About the University of Oregon Police Department
The University of Oregon Police Department’s goal is to help create an exceptionally safe, secure campus for students and faculty to focus intently on excellent academics, research and public service. We promote an inclusive, respectful environment for our global campus, and protect the free and civil exchange of ideas.
UOPD operates 24 hours per day, year-round. Officers patrol the campus on foot, by bicycle and vehicle, and are responsible for campus safety, crime prevention and law enforcement. We actively collaborate with students and other campus partners to prioritize and respond to campus safety needs.
UOPD serves campus with sworn police officers, as well as public safety officers, security officers, and civilian staff in a variety of roles. The UOPD Safe Campus Team works together to track safety issues and uses analysis and best practices to focus on effective prevention as well as response.
- Office of the Chief and Executive Director
- Office of Administrative Services
- Patrol Team
- Main Campus Patrol Beats - See Beat maps here
- Security Team
- Special Operations Team
Areas We Serve
- Main Campus - Eugene
- 24,447 Students
- 80 major buildings on 295 acres
- Oregon Institute of Marine Biology in Charleston
- UO Portland
* Numbers are based on fall 2011 statistics