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Department of Public Safety
Available 24/7, please contact us below:
Upper Campus – Headquarters
Condit Hall Lower Level
125 Sycamore St Pikeville, Ky
(606) 218-5940 – Office
(606) 477-0262 – Cell
Lower Campus – Safety Station 2
Bears Tower Lobby
849 Hambley Blvd Pikeville, Ky
Officer on duty: 606-477-0262
Crime victims, and witnesses to a crime regardless of the crime, are encouraged to promptly report incidents to Public Safety or other appropriate police agency.
To report a crime, the victim or witness needs only to call the security phone number and an officer will meet with them to gather information. An official report will be made with copies available to the victim after a completed investigation. Each day the incident from the previous day, excluding names, are summarized and made available to the public, staff, faculty, students, other law enforcement agencies and the media via the Internet.
Each year the number of incidents in each category of crime are counted and reported to the state and federal government in compliance with the Clery Act of 1990.
These reporting forms are for non-emergency reporting only. If any person may be in danger, call 911 immediately. Reports will be reviewed within 1-2 business days of submission. Based on the type of report, you may be contacted for additional information (if you provide your name or contact information). Though anonymous reports are permitted, doing so may limit the university’s ability to investigate and/or respond.
This reporting form is for any violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
This reporting form is to share a concern with the CARE Team.
This reporting form is to submit an Academic & Non-Academic Issues Complaint
This reporting form is for Non-Emergency incidents of harassment and discrimination.
This reporting form is to submit an anonymous and confidential tip.
To report a crime in progress, a victim or witness can dial 911 or (606) 218-5940. Any reporting method will stimulate the response of police, fire, ambulance or security, whichever is needed. In addition, the victim of a serious crime may request support personnel, such as ministers and rape crisis or domestic violence counselors, during or after reporting the incident. Prompt reporting of criminal activity to Public Safety enables a quick response, timely warnings and makes the campus safer for everyone.
If you are a victim of a crime or witness to one, you should do the following:
Suspicious activity is any observed behavior that may indicate pre-operational planning associated with crime. Some activities could be innocent, but trained officials can determine whether the behavior warrants further action.
The “See Something, Say Something” campaign encourages the public to report only suspicious behavior and situations (e.g., someone breaking into a restricted area), rather than one’s appearance, to authorities. Remember: Factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity are not suspicious.
If you see suspicious activity, report it to Public Safety and describe specifically what you observed, including: