Public Safety staff interacting with students on bicycles

Campus Safety

Crime, Prevention and Safety

The University of St. Thomas is dedicated to being responsive to the safety needs of our campus community. We invite you to partner with our committed staff in accomplishing our public safety goals. Learn more about ways to protect yourself by reviewing our crime prevention and personal safety tips.

Safety on Campus

The safety of students, faculty, staff, and visitors is the top priority of the St. Thomas Public Safety Department. That’s why, across our campuses, we engage in wide-ranging safety efforts. Our comprehensive services help Tommies study, work and live in a safer and more secure campus environment.

Campus Safety Services

The Public Safety Department is here for the students, employees and guests of the university. From responding to medical emergencies and crimes to providing campus escorts and vehicle jump starts to safety inspections, campus patrols and camera monitoring, our team's focus is the care and safety of the campus community.

Campus Safety Services

Crime Prevention

In the Public Safety Department, we do more than respond to crimes once they happen. Prevention is just as important when it comes to keeping Tommies safe. We provide a directory of safety tips designed to empower the St. Thomas community to take a proactive approach to their own safety.

Crime Prevention

Crime Reporting

The Public Safety Department wants all members of the St. Thomas community to stay well informed to be able to make the best decisions regarding their safety. We provide a range of crime and safety information, including timely alerts and community notifications which fulfill the requirements of the Clery Act.

Crime Reporting

Department of Public Safety

The Department of Public Safety, in partnership with the campus community and within the framework of the university's mission, is dedicated to creating and promoting a safe, secure and peaceful environment by applying policies and laws, delivering emergency services, performing requests for assistance, and providing on-going education.