The vast majority of incidents occurring on campus are crimes of opportunity that are easily prevented. We offer a number of services to help protect you and your belongings.
Don't hesitate to seek support or help from WUPD.
These resources for sexual assault prevention and survivor support are available to you and to all members of the university community.
Members patrol Danforth Campus at night as additional eyes and ears for the community, as well as provide escorts to fellow students, faculty and staff.
We sell bicycle locks and offer free bike registration to help ensure the safety of your bike.
Our Crime Prevention Office provides educational programs and crime prevention tips so you know how to keep yourself protected on campus.
For your convenience, we provide free fingerprinting services to the students, faculty and staff of the Danforth Campus.
We offer a low-cost solution to help prevent the theft of your computer.
We provide a lost and found service for high-value items and forms of identification found on the Danforth Campus.
To better ensure your safety, we have established the Missing Student Notification Policy and Procedure.
Though WashU maintains a relatively safe campus, we want to teach you how to protect yourself in the event of an emergency.
If you have been a victim of or witnessed a crime, please contact us as soon as possible.
We’ve compiled our top safety tips so you can prevent yourself from being vulnerable and stay safe.
We provide several instructional self-defense programs that coach you on effective techniques to avoid and deter instances of sexual assault.
We partnered with STOP to provide a low-cost option that deters the theft of your computer or other valuables and identifies ownership when lost/stolen items are recovered.
We offer students, faculty and staff a free personal safety device.