University of Oregon

Crime Reporting

Crime report online form is located at the bottom of this page. Please read the following instructions and options.

To help maintain a safe and secure campus environment, all crimes should be reported as soon as possible to the University of Oregon Police Department or the Eugene Police Department.

Prompt reports aids law enforcement officers in the investigation and apprehension of perpetrators, and allows law enforcement to put resources where they are most needed. Faculty, staff and students should be aware of crime to take steps that may help avoid becoming a victim of similar crimes. Information on campus crime can be found at

To Report Crime...

...By Phone

For emergencies, life-threatening situations, or crimes in progress, call 9-1-1 on or off campus. Non-emergency assistance and information is available on campus by calling UOPD at 541-346-2919. Off-campus, for non-emergencies or to report past crimes, call Eugene Police at 541-682-5111.

...In Person

You may make a report at the UOPD East Station, 2141 E. 15th Ave. in Eugene (at the corner of 15th Avenue and Walnut Street). During business hours, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday excluding holidays, enter through the department front door and use the courtesy phone to let dispatchers know you are at the station to make a report. After hours, call 541-346-2919 and let the dispatchers know that you would like to come to the station to make a report, so that an officer can be present to let you in.


UOPD provides online non-emergency crime report form below for the campus community. Report criminal activity that has occurred on campus and is not currently in progress, such as assault, theft, drugs, or vandalism. 

Within 48 hours of submitting an online crime report, a UOPD officer will contact you to verify the report details and ask any question if necessary. Please provide proper contact information is to ensure that the report can be filed. Online reports are not official reports. Only the printed copy, signed by the reporting officer and containing a Department issued case number, are considered the official copy. These online report forms are intended to facilitate the report process by providing officers with pertinent information about the incident in a timely manner. An official report will be prepared and submitted by the officer through the reporting system.

Anonymous Crime Reports

The UOPD operates an anonymous tip line, 541-346-2974, to allow persons to anonymously report security and safety related information and concerns, with the exception of sexual harassment and sexual assault, and to provide UOPD with "tips" about criminal incidents or suspicious behavior on campus.  The anonymous tip line is checked daily. Anonymous reports of sexual assault and sexual harassment should only be submitted using the Anonymous Sexual Assault Report form (see below). 

The online crime report may be submitted without personal information, as an anonymous tip. Reports submitted anonymously will obviously not receive a follow-up contact from UOPD officers. Anonymous reports of sexual assault and sexual harassment should only be submitted using the Anonymous Sexual Assault Report form (see below).

Sex Offense Reporting

When a sex offense is committed, it is imperative that the survivor file a report as soon as possible with the University of Oregon Police Department or the Eugene Police Department. Preserving any physical evidence is necessary for successful investigation, arrest, and prosecution of the perpetrator(s), and may be helpful in obtaining a protective order. If the survivor requires support services, UOPD coordinates with the Office of the Dean of Students, the Office of Human Resources (as appropriate for employees), the Student Health Center, the University Counseling Center, and other community resources as necessary. After an assault, the university can provide appropriate adjustments for academic, living, transportation, or work situations; counseling services; employee assistance programs; and support from the victims' assistance program. If another student commits the offense, the survivor can report it to the Office of the Dean of Students instead of to the police. The conduct officer then investigates the complaint and pursues sanction under the University of Oregon Code of Student Conduct. Possible sanctions include expulsion, suspension, negative notation on academic record, disciplinary probation, restitution, community service, loss of privileges, conduct reprimand, suspended sanction, and revocation of degree. As part of the student conduct code adjudication process, the accuser and the accused are entitled to have others present during a campus disciplinary proceeding. Additional information concerning the conduct code process can be obtained from the Office of the Dean of Students.

Anonymous Reports of Sexual Misconduct

Most university employees are obligated to pass along reports of sexual misconduct, and the university is obligated to investigate those reports it receives. The identity sexual misconduct survivors may be protected if such incidents are reported anonymously. The Anonymous Sexual Assault Report is available at

Notice: Online reports are not official reports. Only a printed copy, signed by the reporting officer and containing a University of Oregon Police Department or Eugene Police Department-issued case number are considered an official copy. This online report form is intended to facilitate the report process by providing officers pertinent information about the incident in a timely manner so that an official report can be prepared and submitted through the UOPD reporting system.


  • If you are a victim or witness of a non-urgent crime; such as, theft of property, fraud, or drugs, please fill out this form as completely as possible.
  • Before an official report can be filed, a UOPD officer must be able to contact you to verify all the information you provided. They may also have additional question regarding the incident.
  • Include your full name, address, and contact information.
  • If you are unsure of any details requested on this form, leave those fields blank. Providing misleading or inaccurate information may slow the report filing process.
  • Please allow 48 hours for an officer to contact you for verification.

By submitting this report, you certify the information you have provided is true and correct to the best of your knowledge.

Personal Information

To submit an anonymous report, do not fill in personal information. DO NOT use this form to submit an anonymous report of sexual assault or other sexual misconduct. Use ONLY the Anonymous Sexual Assault Report Form at

Incident Information

Please describe the incident in detail.

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