To help maintain a safe and secure campus environment, all crimes should be reported promptly to law enforcement.
- For the best results for crime victims and the community, crimes should be reported as soon as possible (within minutes, not hours, days or weeks) so police can have a better chance of catching suspects.
- Report by phone (not by email or text) so dispatchers can get all the information needed to send help.
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 police.uoregon.edu/crime.
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, or Springfield Police at 541-726-3714.
You may make a report at the UOPD 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. 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.
You can report a crime online using UOPD's non-emergency crime report form. Report criminal activity that has occurred on campus and is NOT currently in progress, such as assault, theft, drugs, or vandalism.
For emergencies, life-threatening situations, or crimes in progress, call 9-1-1 on- or off-campus.