Safety & Police

The University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg Police provide protection services to students, faculty, staff, visitors, and guests of the University. Duties of the Campus Police include protection of the campus community, enforcement of federal, state, and local laws, and enforcement of parking rules and regulations.

The police department is committed to keeping students, faculty, staff, and the entire Pitt-Greensburg community safe. Conveniently located in the Police and Safety Center, which is connected to Smith Hall, the department is staffed full-time, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.

Campus Police/Emergency

Off-Campus Police/Fire/Emergency

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Crime Alerts

A record of crimes reported to the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg Police Department during the last 60 days may be viewed by visiting the Police and Safety Center – Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and requesting to view the Crime Log.

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Safety Resources
Emergency Notification System

The University's Emergency Notification Service (ENS) provides University students and employees with critical information in the event of an emergency—using voice, text, and email channels.

Rave Guardian App

An optional companion safety feature of the upgraded Emergency Notification Service, the Rave Guardian app allows you to submit anonymous tips, call the Police and Safety Office directly from the app, and more.

Find a Defibrillator
Silent Witness Program

The Silent Witness Program gives those who witness a crime the option to remain anonymous when reporting that crime. Submit online | Download PDF

Safe Parking

Our campus provides ample parking for students, employees, and visitors. View our campus parking map, learn about parking permits, and review the Parking Ordinance.

Personal Safety Tips

Always remain mindful of your surroundings, and review these personal safety tips to ensure a positive experience on campus!