A member of the campus community who is a victim or has knowledge of any criminal activity on campus may report confidentially to any campus official who has significant responsibilities for student or campus activities. These reports may be through a third party, over the phone, in person, or over the university website, by mail or any other available mode of communication.
In the event of a serious crime that may cause immediate concern for the safety and security of persons and property, DPS will issue a Crime Alert for campus-wide distribution. Police Notices are issued to alert the campus community to less serious crimes and to request public assistance in solving crime.
In addition, DPS monitors and records (through the area police departments) criminal activity at off-campus student organization events recognized by the university, including those involving student organizations with off-campus facilities.
Registered Sex Offenders
Public information about registered sex offenders on-campus can be accessed through DPS. Campus community members may obtain public Meganâ€™s Law information exclusively under â€śsection (j) of the Wetterling Act,â€ť twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week online through the Arkansas Crime Information Center.
The campus crime log, a summary of the calls for service to DPS for the previous 60 days, is available online and in person at DPS located in the University Plaza.