FSU Guardian is a free and optional personal safety service that is available to anyone with a valid FSU ID. This service allows you to rapidly provide information about yourself to the FSUPD during an emergency. By building a personal profile, information about you can be immediately accessed by FSUPD dispatchers should you call from a registered cell phone.
Register Your Personal Property
You can register your personal property with the FSU Police Department. The information is secure and is only used by law enforcement in the event your property is lost or stolen. This is a free service for FSU Students and Employees. If assistance or additional information is needed please contact the FSUPD Crime Prevention Section at 850-644-3660 or 850-644-1388.
Register Personal Property
Welcome to S.A.F.E. Connection: A Crime Prevention Program Dedicated to Saving Student Lives
S.A.F.E. Connection, Student Alert Force Escort Connection, is a free on-campus transportation service provided to students. A portion of the S.A.F.E. Connection program is sponsored by the Student Government Association.
For questions and concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information, call (850) 644-1234.
Hours of Operation: 7:00pm-2:45am 7 days a week.
Need a ride? Call 850-644-SAFE or 850-644-7233. You may use a Blue Light phone to call S.A.F.E. Connection if you are on campus.
Blue Light Trail
The Blue Light Trail consists of over 400 strategically placed light poles equipped with emergency speaker phones and topped with strobe lights. If you are threatened, see anything suspicious or require any type of police assistance quickly, just push the emergency button to be connected with the FSU Police dispatcher.
Computer & Digital Security
The FSU Police Department receives many complaints about internet scams, including phishing, online auction fraud and identity theft, to the old ‘work from home and make lots of money’ offers. We would like you to be aware of these typical scams, so you can avoid being victimized.
The Information Security and Privacy Office (ISPO) under FSU Information Technology Services (ITS) oversees IT security at FSU. Visit security.fsu.edu for more information.
For questions or concerns contact the ITS Service Desk, (850) 644-HELP(4357), or email email@example.com.
Phishing: If you receive email you suspect may be a phishing attempt, forward the email with all headers attached to:firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com. If the email comes through a campus email account, it can be forwarded, with all headers attached, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do not respond, do not click on any links, and if you suspect something is awry with your account, contact the company via a reputable point of contact, not the information found in the email.
Online Auction Fraud / Check Overpayment Scams
Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information
Protect Myself from Cyber Attacks (US Department of Homeland Security)
Report Cyber Incidents (US Department of Homeland Security)
RAD (Rape Aggressive Defense) Training
RAD is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women. The RAD system is a comprehensive, women-only course of instruction that begins with awareness, prevention, risk, and risk avoidance. Click here for more information.
Sexual Violence Prevention Resources
FSU Crime Mapping
FSUPD Online Crime Maps are hosted by CrimeReports.com, and include all areas within FSUPD's jurisdiction.
For assistance or additional information regarding the information contained within the maps please contact FSUPD Records by phone at 850-644-1610.
FSUPD Crime Maps
Medical Response Unit
The Florida State University Volunteer Medical Response Unit functions as a basic life support quick response unit at Florida State University. The unit provides a safety net on the FSU campus in case of medical emergencies IN ADDITION to the normal response already provided by the FSU Police Department and the community 911 system.
Medical Response Unit
The FSUPD Records Section offers a number of services to the FSU community, including:
Fingerprinting: Fingerprinting is available to FSU students, faculty and staff at no cost. No appointment is required; walk-ins are welcomed Tuesday through Friday 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Public Record Request: A police report may be requested through the Records Section via email at email@example.com, by telephone at (850) 644-1603, or in person at 830 West Jefferson Street (a fee may be assessed in accordance with the appropriate Florida statutes).
Notary Public: Available to students, faculty and staff at no charge. This service is provided 9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday.
CSA Online Reporting: Click Here
FSUPD Records is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm (closed for lunch 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm).
Alarm Account Information Sheet (Print Only)- This form is used to create, or update alarm account information. Fax the completed form to 850-644-3205
Bicycle Registration - The bicycle registration form is no longer available through our website. Please contact the crime prevention unit at (850) 644-1388 or (850) 644-3660 in order to complete the bicycle registration process.
Ride-Along - If you would like to Ride with a Professionally Trained Law Enforcement Officer, bring the completed form to our Department.
Ride- Along (Fill In)
Community Commendation (Print Only)- If you would like to gives us a "Pat on our Back" for a job well done, please bring the completed form to our Department.
Community Commendation (Fill In)
Inventory Shortage (Fill In)
Criminal History Checks - Criminal History Checks are no longer performed by the FSU Police Department (effective October 1, 2007). For FSU departments who wish to have a background check on a prospective employee, please contact one of the following:
Drew Meehan: 644-7701
April Smatt: 644- 6035
Diane Hamilton: 644-7706
Citizens Complaint (Print Only)- If there should be a need to bring a complaint to our attention, please feel free to complete this form and bring it in to our Department and we will look into the matter.
Citizens Complaint (Fill In)
Discrimination Report Form
Victim Advocate Program: If you or someone you care about has been the victim of a crime you may need to talk with someone about your options. It is not uncommon to experience a broad range of emotions including fear, confusion, anger, quilt, frustration, and tremendous sense of loss. These are all NORMAL reactions to what has happened.
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