Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm
You have 14 Calendar days from the date the ticket was issued to pay the violation fine. The fine can be paid in person, by mail or have it billed to your student account. If paying by mail, send check or money order only. Do not send cash. We will not accept ticket payment in loose coins. Failure to pay the ticket will result in the fine doubling. Delinquent faculty and staff fines will be deducted from an employee’s paycheck. Delinquent student fines will be sent to Accounts Receivable for collection..
Our primary responsibility, as a State Certified Police Department, is the protection of life and property and the promotion of a safe environment within the CSU community. The enforcement of substance abuse on University property is another tool to enable CSUPD to better serve the University community.
Since substance abuse violations are the proximate cause of many serious incidents and injuries, it is beneficial to both the University and general community’s safety to address substance abuse violations. The high incidence of substance abuse on and around the University makes substance abuse enforcement desirable to prevent injuries and decrease property loss.
You have 14 calendar days to take care of the Violation Notice in one of the two ways described on the front of this summons. If you do not take care of the violation within 14 calendar days, the restitution will double and
the option to appeal will no longer be available.
Delinquent faculty, staff and non-affiliated restitutions will be doubled and sent to Accounts Receivable for collection.
Delinquent student restitutions will be doubled and sent to Accounts Receivable for collection and/or may subject the student to denial of registration, transcripts, and diplomas.
Payment of a restitution by an insufficient funds check will result in an additional $20 charge being assessed.
Payment can be made in person by cash, check, and money order or by debit or credit card.
Payment must be made in bankable currency; no loose coins. If paying by mail, send check or money order only.
Do not send cash. Please write the citation number on the check and make checks payable to CSUPD and send them to:
Substance Abuse Enforcement
750 South Meridian Ave.
6023 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80523-6023
Bicycle Violation Notice Appeals
Substance Abuse Citations Appeals
Requests for appeals must be made to the Substance Abuse Ticket Appeals Chair (via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org), within 14 calendar days of the date of the violation summons. The written appeal must be 500 words or less and specify clearly the reasons for the request and meet one of the following grounds:
The Substance Abuse Ticket Appeals Committee may make one of the following decisions:
If the committee has difficulty in deciding the appeal outcome, the Chair will make the final determination. The Substance Abuse Ticket Appeal Committee meets on the last Friday of each month. All appeals received at least 1 business day prior that meeting will be reviewed. The committee will communicate its decision in writing within 5 business days. The decision made by the Substance Abuse Appeal Committee is considered final.
If you have been charged with a bicycle safety violation you have the option of attending a bicycle safety seminar. Persons attending a seminar will have their fine reduced by half if they pass the test. If you sign up to attend a seminar, but fail to attend, the original fine will be doubled. You can attend only one seminar while at CSU, for violations cited on one notice.
Effective September 24th, 2018, the CSU Police Department no longer offers a fingerprinting service. Colorado has implemented the Colorado Applicant Background Services (CABS) program in response to Senate Bill 17-189.
The state of Colorado is working to establish vendors. In the interim, contact the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office for fingerprinting services.
Larimer County Sheriff’s Office
2501 Midpoint Dr
Fort Collins, CO. 80525
All bicycles ridden or parked on the Colorado State University campus must be registered with the CSU Police Department. Exceptions to the registration will be made for bicyclists who are visitors to campus. A registration decal, known as a CSU Bicycle License, must be placed on the bicycle and is valid for as long as the decal numbers are readable.
The bicycle registration form can be completed online and printed out, or it is available at the TBEEP Office at the CSU PD. The serial number of the bicycle is required and must be recorded. The serial number is usually found in one of three places on your bicycle. If the bicycle does not have a serial number, it is the responsibility of the registrant to select a unique number and have it inscribed on the frame. The CSU PD does offer a free inscribing service.
If ownership of a registered bicycle changes, the owner must notify CSU PD. Registrations are not transferable and the new owner must register the bicycle. The new owner must ensure that the old Bicycle License has been removed when possession of the bicycle has changed. Only one CSU Bicycle License can be affixed to any bicycle at one time. If a bicycle is stolen, lost, or destroyed, the owner should notify the CSU PD as soon as possible so that a notation can be made on the registration form and a police report can filed, if necessary.
The license decal is supplied with an adhesive backing and is to be affixed to the main frame on the down tube of the bicycle (see the above picture). Make sure the area is wiped clean before placing the license on the frame. The license is to be affixed so that it is clearly visible.
Bicycles can be impounded for various parking violations and if they are deemed abandoned. If you think your bike may have been impounded or you have received a notice, please contact the TBEEP office. If you have any information (make, model, serial number, and/or color) on the bicycle, proof of ownership and a photo ID please bring that with you. For further information please see the Bicycle Regulations.
Impound fee: $25.00
If you need your bicycle lock cut, please call and schedule an appointment. You must have proof of ownership.
Bike locks that are left on bike racks without a bicycle attached to them will be cut off by CSUPD personnel.
If you have lost an item on campus please call or stop by. If we do not have the item you may want to call the Lory Student Center’s lost and found (970) 491-6444.