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The UNCSA Police Department does not enforce the criminal laws outside of their defined jurisdiction as the primary agency. They may assist another agency on-site or facilitate information gathering for an agency that does have primary jurisdiction. When an off-campus police agency takes enforcement action against UNCSA students, that agency typically provides that information to the UNCSA Police Department and/or UNCSA Student Life.


Any crime or suspicious situation should be reported immediately to the UNCSA Police Department.  To report a crime, suspicious situation or emergency on UNCSA property:       
Dial 55 from on-campus telephone, or
Dial 336-770-3362 from cell or off-campus phones, or
Use any Emergency Call Box located throughout campus.

Anonymous crime reports may be made to the Police Department via the UNCSA Police Department website, UNCSA Police tip line at 336-770-1414,  or through a Counselor.  The victim or witness of a crime may report the crime through these means without any personally identifying information about him or herself being disclosed to the police.   With such information, the University can keep an accurate record of the number of incidents involving students, determine where there is a pattern of crime with regard to a particular location, method, or assailant, and alert the campus community to potential dangers.  The Department may conduct a full investigation of this crime, even though the reporting party has not been identified. Reports filed in this manner are counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for the University.