Resources

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DU Emergency Number: 303-871-3000

  • Answered 24 hours a day by trained Division representatives, our Emergency Number is available for any emergency or crisis in your life.
  • You might call the DU Emergency number when:
    • You’re having a medical emergency. (If it is a life-threatening emergency, dial 911 first.)
    • You’re in fear for your safety. (If you’re in a life-threatening situation, dial 911 first.)
    • You've been a victim of a crime.
    • You're experiencing an emotional or mental health crisis.
    • You're concerned about the well-being of a friend or colleague at the University.
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Reporting Crimes (cross-list)

  • You can report a crime or Honor Code violation to our Division at any time by calling 303-871-2334. An officer will be sent to your location to take your report.
  • If you would like to provide a confidential report on information about a crime or suspected crime, you may call the anonymous tip line at 303-871-3130. Please leave as much information as possible so that we may investigate the incident.
  • To anonymously report a sexual assault, please contact either The Health and Counseling Center or the Center for Advocacy, Prevention and Empowerment. To formally report a sexual assault, contact Campus Safety.
  • Disposition Meanings
    • Assigned for Investigation/Status Pending - The case is open/active and has been determined to require additional investigation. Solvability factor(s) have been identified. Investigations may be completed by the Division of Campus Safety, the Denver Police Department or collaboratively by both agencies.
    • Cleared by Arrest/Citation - The case was reviewed and cleared as the result of suspect(s) being identified and arrested or issued a citation by the Denver Police Department. Reports with this disposition naming student suspect(s) will be referred to the University of Denver, Office of Citizenship and Community Standards for review and disposition as well.
    • Cleared by Referral - The case was reviewed and considered effectively cleared by the act of referring it to a University of Denver department or administrator for further/final action or disposition.
    • Cleared by Referral/Not DU - The case was reviewed and considered effectively cleared by the act of referring it to a non-University entity or authority other than the Denver Police Department for further/final action or disposition.
    • Exceptionally Cleared - The case was reviewed and/or investigated and deemed cleared due to exceptional circumstances and/or at the discretion of the investigator or other Division of Campus Safety administrator.
    • Inactive/Not Cleared - The case was assigned for investigation then closed/inactivated by the investigator at the conclusion of their investigation. Cases may be reactivated at any time in the event new information becomes available.
    • No Further Action Required - This case requires no further action either because it did not involve the commission of a crime.
    • Unfounded Reports - During the investigation of this case, law enforcement deemed it as unfounded due to information they received or discovered.
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University Resources

Campus Safety (Emergency)

911 then (303) 871-3000 (711 Relay)

 

Campus Safety (Non-Emergency)

(303) 871-2334 (711 Relay)

 

Campus Safety Anonymous Tip Line

(303) 871-3130 (1-3130)

 

Campus Safety Toll Free

1-844-268-6594

 

C-Cure Access Contol System -Access Coordinators

(303) 871-2334 (1-2334)

du.edu/campussafety/c-cure/index.html

Citizenship & Community Standards (CCS)

(303) 871-4504 (1-4504)

du.edu/studentlife/ccs

Center for Advocacy, Prevention and Empowerment (C.A.P.E)

(303) 871-3853 (1-3853)

du.edu/studentlife/sexual_assault

Health & Counseling Center

(303) 871-2205 (1-2205)

du.edu/health-and-counseling-center

Housing & Residential Education (HRE)

(303) 871-2246 (1-2246)

du.edu/housing

Risk Management

(303) 871-2327 (1-2327)

du.edu/risk

C.A.P.E. Hotline (24/7)

(303) 871-3456 (1-3456)

du.edu/studentlife/sexual_assault

Sexual Respect & Title IV

 

https://www.du.edu/equalopportunity/titleix/index.html

Local & State Resources

Colorado AIDS Project

(800) 448-0040

coloradoaidsproject.org

Community Reach Center (Mental Health Support)

(303) 853-3500

 

Denver Cares Detox

(303) 436-7222

 

Denver Fire Department (Emergency)

911

denvergov.org/firedepartment

Denver Health Medical Center

(303) 436-6000

denverhealth.org

Denver Police Department (Emergency)

911

denvergov.org/police

Denver Police Department (Non-Emergency)

(720) 913-2000

denvergov.org/police

Planned Parenthood Denver

(303) 321-2458

plannedparenthood.org/rocky-mountains

Porter Hospital

(303) 778-1955

porterhospital.org

Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center

(800) 222-1222

rmpdc.org

SafeHouse Denver (Domestic Violence Shelter)

(303) 318-9959

safehouse-denver.org

Swedish Hospital

(303) 788-5000

swedishhospital.com

University Hospital

(303) 372-0000

uch.edu

National Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous

(800) 711-6402

aa.org

Drug Abuse Hotline

(800) 662-4357

 

Department of Homeland Security

(202) 282-8000

dhs.gov

Federal Emergency Management Agency Emergency Preparedness

(202) 282-8000

ready.gov

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

(800) 656-4673

rainn.org

U.S. State Department Travel Warnings

(888) 407-4747

state.gov/travel

World Health Organization (WHO)

 

who.int

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