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The UCF Police Department currently employs about 80 sworn law enforcement officers who provide police services on the main and regional campuses, as well as at several university-affiliated housing communities. Officers patrol the UCF campus 24/7, and the department’s communications center is also available around the clock via the non-emergency line, 407-823-5555, or by dialing 911 in an emergency.

The UCF Police Department is here to keep our community safe, and we believe in the power of transparency. Read more about UCF PD’s commitment to transparency.

Safety Initiatives

Take Control, Feel Better

Togetherall is a safe, online community to share feelings anonymously and get support to improve mental health and wellbeing.  In the community people support each other, safely monitored by licensed and registered mental health practitioners.

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Reporting at UCF

At UCF, we’re committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment. If you experience or witness something on campus that doesn’t seem right, we want to know about it. We take each concern seriously because we take your safety seriously.

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Let’s Be Clear

Through Let’s Be Clear, UCF aims to increase disclosure of sexual and relationship violence. Anyone who wants to ask a question about sexual or relationship violence or disclose a related concern can call or text a victim advocate 24/7.

Learn more about Let’s Be Clear

Safety Resources at UCF

It’s hard to focus on learning if you don’t feel safe. At UCF, the safety of our students, faculty and staff is a top priority. Whether it’s your physical safety, mental health or personal well-being, we have you covered. Questions? Visit our safety FAQs for answers.

UCF Police Department

Certified law enforcement officers patrol UCF’s campuses 24/7. Call 911 in an emergency or 407-823-5555 for non-emergencies. The department offers free safety resources for the UCF community, including self-defense classes, free property registration and safe exchange spots for e-commerce transactions

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Emergency Blue Light Phones

Emergency phones with a blue light on top provide direct contact to a police dispatcher and can be found throughout the main campus, as well as the Downtown, Rosen and Health Sciences campuses. They’re in every level of every campus parking garage and on poles around the campuses. When you activate the red button on these phones, you’ll be connected with a UCF Police Department dispatcher and a police officer will respond as needed.

UCF Alert

UCF Alerts are emergency text messages, emails and other communications issued by campus safety officials. Alerts notify of an emergency – such as severe weather, criminal activity or an armed threat – and provide general instructions. Depending on the nature of the emergency, follow-up alerts will contain more detailed information. More updates will be shared on Twitter @UCF and @UCFPolice.

Update your contact information on myUCF via the student or employee self-service tab. Add a parent, spouse or other secondary contact’s email address so they will also receive updates.

Log in to myUCF and update your contact information

Mental Health at UCF

UCF’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides crisis-intervention services and comprehensive psychological services for students by appointment, walk-in or 24/7 hotline. CAPS can be reached by calling 407-823-2811. For after-hours services, call 407-823-2811 and press 5 to be connected to a licensed therapist.

UCF Cares

Struggling with academics, finances or your personal wellbeing? Visit for resources and support or if you are worried about a friend. Free services and information are available for academic distress, homelessness, bias incidents, mental health concerns, financial challenges and more. E-mail or call 407-823-5607.

Green Dot

Green Dot is a bystander intervention training program that trains UCF students, faculty and staff how to safely act when they see or experience interpersonal violence. Bystander intervention programming lets everyone know that violence is not tolerated at UCF. To sign up for training or learn more about the program, email

Hazing Prevention

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Hazing is an abuse of power and relationships for the purpose of demeaning others. Hazing has no place at UCF, and any acts of hazing by a student or student group will not be tolerated. Any organization or individual that is found responsible for hazing will be subject to sanctions, which may include suspension or removal from UCF. It is also important to remember that hazing is a felony and it may result in criminal charges. UCF provides resources to prevent and report hazing.

Report Hazing at UCF

Department of Emergency Management

The Department of Emergency Management coordinates with local and regional first responders to mitigate and manage crisis or emergency situations on campus. Its role is to prepare the university for natural, technological and human-caused threats and hazards. The department operates from UCF’s Emergency Operations Center on Libra Drive next to the university police station.

Department of Security

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The Department of Security maintains UCF’s secure and open environment while balancing safety with individual rights. The department supports access control, camera systems and additional security planning and services.

Victim Services

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Victims of crime, violence or abuse can contact a confidential victim advocate for support and advocacy, free of charge. Advocates will explain your options, assist you in whatever choices you make, and connect you to appropriate campus and community resources. Reach a victim advocate 24/7 by calling 407-823-1200 or texting 407-823-6868 to discuss what you’re experiencing.

Integrity Line

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The Integrity Line is a secure system to report suspected misconduct with complete anonymity. The system is administered by an independent third party, and the web portal never identifies a visitor and deletes the internet address so that anonymity is preserved. Callers are not traced or recorded. All reports are reviewed by the University Compliance, Ethics, and Risk Office and investigated as discreetly and promptly as possible. Reach IntegrityLine 24/7 at or 1-855-877-6049.

Student of Concern

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Faculty and staff, fellow students, and others who are aware of a student experiencing challenges or difficulties that concerns them may report the individual to the university for connection with campus support resources. If a student is expressed threatening or intimidating behaviors, call UCF Police immediately at 911 in an emergency or 407-823-5555 for non-emergencies.

Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a free, confidential benefit that offers the support and resources you need to address any personal challenges or concerns. The EAP provides in-person, telephone or video counseling with licensed professionals for grief, depression and other issues; support for issues such as adoption, childcare, eldercare, financial & legal issues, identity theft, and more; and expert negotiators who assist with lowering medical bills.

Learn More About Employee Assistance

Safety at UCF Downtown

In 2019, UCFPD’s footprint expanded to a downtown substation located on West Amelia Street to best serve the members of our community at UCF Downtown. Uniformed officers patrol the campus 24/7, and campus safety features and public safety education initiatives mirror what’s available at the main campus.

Learn more about safety at UCF Downtown

Campus Safety News

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