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Making a difference today for a better tomorrow.

We believe our students deserve a safe and secure learning environment. That's why we are committed to creating a professional, progressive and superior police force, as well as providing emergency, transportation and educational services in alliance with the campus community.

Emergency Services

If you're experiencing an emergency, call 9-1-1. Or, call the UPD directly at 408-924-2222 on any phone.

You can also use the campus Elevator or Bluelight phones.

Non-Emergency Services

Need to get in touch with the UPD? Dial 4-2222 on campus phones, or call 408-924-2222 any phone.

You can also use Bluelight or Elevator phone to contact us.

Or, fill out the contact form.

Contact the University Police Department

Anonymous Reporting

If you see something, say something. Here's how you can report a crime or suspicious activity anonymously.

  • Leave a TipNow Voicemail or Text: 408-337-2919
  • Send a TipNow Email or Text: sjsu@tipnow.org
  • Call the CrimeStoppers: 408-924-2236

Emergency Notifications

The best way to be prepared for an emergency is to stay informed. Get emergency notifications sent directly to your phone, computer or tablet.

Sign up for Alert SJSU messages

Crime Reporting

Are you the victim of a crime? Have you seen something suspicious? We want to hear from you. Get in touch and help us keep the campus—and our community— safe.

Report a crime or suspicious activity

If you don't feel safe on campus, we can help. Whether you need someone to walk you to your destination, or pick you up, use any Bluelight phone or elevator telephone. You can also call the UPD safety escort or Saferide Shuttle line directly at 408-924-2000.

Stay informed with detailed reports on where, and when, crime has taken place on our campus and in our community.

Title IX

The California State University, which includes San José State, does not discriminate on the basis of gender, which includes sex and gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities.

Notice of Nondiscrimination