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Tuesday, March 20, 2018
In response to the unusual increased criminal activity in the campus area, the University of Oregon is expanding many safety measures for our students.
The UO urges everyone to report criminal activity (such as a break-in or intruder, robbery, or assault) immediately to 9-1-1, or for non-emergency situations on campus, to the UO Police Department's (UOPD) non-emergency line at 541-346-2919. Please report by phone and make sure that a report has been taken; get a case number from the agency if possible.
  • All emergencies should be reported to 9-1-1.
  • Non-emergency calls and tips should be directed to UOPD's non-emergency line: 541-346-2919.
  • Questions and concerns related to student safety can be directed to our temporary communication support line: 541-346-7007.
  • Survivors and victims of crime seeking support should call the Office of the Dean of Students: 541-346-3216.
  • For support related to sexual assualt, harassment, and gender-based violence, call the SAFE hotline: 541-346-SAFE (7233).
  • The UO Campus Shuttle has expanded its hours and is running 5:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. daily.
  • A 25-person bus has been added to the UO Campus Shuttle fleet to boost capacity. The shuttle route map can be found online.
  • Students flying home for spring break can call UOPD for transportation from the residence halls to the Airport Shuttle stops. Rides are available 10:00 p.m.–8:00 a.m., today through Friday, to the stops at the Rec Center or 13th and Agate. Call UOPD Dispatch at 541-346-2919 at least an hour before pickup to request a ride. The UOPD officer will call you when they reach your hall.
  • There are numerous transportation options for students, including free options and taxis.
  • Shuttle contact information:
  • UO Campus Shuttle (free, departs every 20 minutes):
  • UO Safe Ride (free, reservation-based): 541-346-RIDE, ext. 2.
  • Designated Driver Shuttle (free; first come, first served): 541-346-RIDE, ext. 1.
  • UOPD is available to provide free on-campus escorts if you are unable to find another shuttle, ride, or taxi: 541-346-2919.
  • UOPD has added extra officers dedicated to patrolling city streets near campus. 
  • Eugene Police Department (EPD) has substantially increased the number of patrols near campus and has pledged to coordinate with UOPD with respect to information and tactics.
  • UOPD has contracted with private security to provide four unarmed (non-sworn) security officers to patrol city streets near campus until further notice.
  • UOPD is working with the Oregon Department of Justice to install neighborhood cameras early this week.
  • The UO is working with the City of Eugene to have additional street lighting installed in off-campus areas for greater safety in those neighborhoods.
  • Review UOPD's list of safety tips to secure your belongings before you leave for spring break.
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