Contact CSUPD

Emergency:

911

SafeWalk:

(970) 491-1155

Non-Emergency Phone:

(970) 491-6425

Bike & Traffic,  Lost & Found, Finger Printing:

(970) 491-7695

Records:

(970) 491-1160

Address:

750 Meridian Avenue Fort Collins, CO 80523

Fax:

(970) 491-2294

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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER CERTIFICATION SERVICE

VIN – or vehicle identification number – certifications are required by state regulations in a variety of situations to ensure that a vehicle is not stolen or pieced together from stolen parts.

Finding a certified resource for VIN checks can be challenging when you’re registering a vehicle, motorcycle or boat in Colorado from another state, or when required to show verification by the County Clerk’s office.

Colorado State University Police Department is expanding its VIN certification services, and now offers certifications the first and third Thursdays of the month from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. by appointment only; walk-ins are not accepted.

VIN certifications are $20 and take approximately an hour to complete. Schedule an appointment by calling 970-491-6425

 

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Chief

Message from the Chief

On behalf of the Colorado State University Police Department, I would like to welcome you to our beautiful campus and community. I am also pleased to introduce you to the CSU PD team, please take some time in reviewing our website for valuable information. We are a group of law enforcement professionals who recognize the importance of partnering with our community. Whether you are in a residence hall, walking, biking or attending campus events you are likely to come across a CSU PD staff member. We pride ourselves on the relationships we have with our community and the opportunity to proactively address crime and safety issues. Our partnership with you is an essential element in making our campus a safe place. By working in tandem with you, we maximize our ability to maintain a safe and secure environment. To that end, we ask that you assist us by being aware of your surroundings and always reporting anything that you believe is “suspicious”. If you are ever in doubt, always err on the side of caution and call us! The sooner we have the information, the better our ability to be more effective in determining if there is risk to our community. To provide you with more specific information about safety on campus, again I encourage you to spend a few minutes reviewing our homepage. As you navigate through our site you will find a plethora of information and resources, each with the goal of highlighting health and safety information to assist in making your “campus experience” safer. In the event you need more information, please contact the police department directly at the numbers listed above and we will be happy to assist you further.

Best regards,

Scott Harris

Colorado State University