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About the department

The Oklahoma State University Police Department protects the OSU-Stillwater campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with more than 30 sworn officers, 12 support staff and more than 10 student employees covering the Stillwater campus plus Lake Carl Blackwell and agricultural research areas.
The department includes the OSU-Tulsa division with another eight full-time officers providing round-the-clock coverage for that campus.

Safety Resources and Training

Personal Safety Tips

Student Disabilities Services provides assistance in the classroom and in everyday life on campus.

Training and Classes

The Department of Public Safety and OSU Police Department make an experienced, knowledgeable team committed to protecting our campus.

Clery Act

About the Clery Act

The Clery Act, passed in 1990, is a federal law that directs universities to inform the public about crime on and around their campuses.

Activity Summaries

The OSU Police Department publishes a crime log combining both Clery and State of Oklahoma requirements.

Annual Security Report

OSU discloses the most recent three years of crime statistics, security policies and more in the Annual Security Reports.

Guide for Campus Security Authorities

Frequently asked questions and guidelines for Campus Security Authorities.

Other Services

SafeWalk

Oklahoma State is committed to keeping the Cowboy family safe. In 2014, the university launched the SafeWalk program, employing and training students as public service officers to escort anyone from one campus location to another from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., seven days a week. 
 
SafeWalk

Lost and Found

The Oklahoma State University Police Department maintains the lost and found area for the Stillwater campus. All found items should be turned in to OSUPD, 224 N. Orchard (southwest corner of Farm Road and Orchard Avenue) in the USDA Building.
 
Lost and Found

Personal Asset Inventory

Oklahoma State University has implemented a personal asset inventory service for all campuses. The system provides a place for students, faculty and staff to record the make, model, serial number and a photograph (optional) of valuables.
 
Personal Asset Inventory

Feedback

The Oklahoma State University Police Department is committed to continuous improvement. Please send us your comments and suggestions.

 

Comments and Suggestions

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