If you’re bike is stolen, you’ll have better chances of having it returned if you registered it with our department. Learn more.
Request a free ride if it’s late at night (6 p.m.-3 a.m., Monday-Thursday) and you’re on University property. Learn more.
Use a blue-light emergency phone, found around campus, if you have an emergency and don’t have access to another phone. Learn more.
Active Ball State students may sign up for lunch with a Ball State police officer. Learn more.
The Department of Public Safety offers free assistance to anyone encountering vehicle problems on campus. Learn more.
The Office of Victim Services provides students with inclusive, survivor-centered support. The office responds to the impact of interpersonal violence and supports efforts to create a community free of violence. Learn more.
Students who live off campus can schedule an appointment for an officer to visit their home or apartment and help identify any security or safety issues. Learn more.
Confidentially report criminal activity using an online form. Learn more.
The Office of Student Rights and Community Standards works closely with University Police Department on issues concerning the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities, allegations of misconduct, and campus safety and security. Learn more.