CSU Police Department recognizes that there are several different factors that influence the reporting of these types of incidents. We encourage all members of our community to report crimes immediately by calling 911 or the non-emergency CSU Police Department: 970.491.6425 or Fort Collins Police Services: 970.221.6540. You can always report confidentially and we will assist you by explaining the process, so you can evaluate your options.
You can also contact the CSU Women and Gender Advocacy Center to access other resources or if you need assistance in coming forward. Additionally, the Fort Collins Sex Assault Victims Advocates team and the CSU Counseling Center staff are always available to assist.
CSU Police Department encourages anyone who has been a victim of crime or is seeking assistance to contact us at 970.491.6425. We are always available to assist.
Depending on the nature of the crime and the venue in which it is being investigated or prosecuted, there are many different resources available to members of the community. There are components of CSU Police Department, Residence Life, Apartment Life, Student Affairs, Conflict Resolution Services, the Employee Assistance Program, the Office of Threat Assessment, and the Office of Women’s Programs that all provide resources, their contact information is listed below, or can be found on the Student Affairs website.
Colorado state law requires that ALL motor vehicle accidents (including those involving bicycles) be reported immediately to the proper law enforcement authorities. After checking for any injuries and reporting the accident, move all vehicles from traffic if possible.
All Records requests must be made in writing and a pecuniary gains statement signed. The downloadable form is available on line. Please mail or bring to CSUPD at Green Hall. A minimum of 3 business days may be necessary to process your request and produce a copy of the report.
Please fill out the Report Request Form and bring it to the Records Office at CSUPD.
Currently, turnaround time on blood tests is approximately one month.
A low-power scooter means a self-propelled vehicle designed primarily for use on the roadways with no more than 3 wheels in contact with the ground, no manual clutch, and either of the following:
(I). A cylinder capacity not exceeding fifty cc if powered by internal combustion.
(II). A wattage not exceeding 4,476 watts if powered by electricity.
Yes, all bikes ridden or parked on campus must be registered with the CSU Police Department.
The money generated by bicycle tickets is deposited into a fund which can only be used to purchase items related to bicycle enforcement and education. For example, bicycle racks, bicycle officer uniforms/equipment and educational materials.
Parking Services is a separate unit within the Division of University Operations. For all parking questions please call Parking Services at 970.491.7041 or refer to their website: http://parking.colostate.edu/.
The CSU Police Department routinely hires for many positions, including student and non-student hourly as well as sworn and non-sworn State-classified positions. Openings are announced on the website, and we always encourage people who are interested to stop by and request more information.
Yes. CSU Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency. Officers are duly sworn, and have full authority on all University and State-owned property, as well as the City of Fort Collins and County of Larimer.
No, come anytime during our office hours from 8am to 5pm.
No, the entity requiring the fingerprints should supply a fingerprint card to you.
VIN checks are 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. Please bring your driver’s license, current insurance, and registration/title.