UNL Annual Security Report
This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on or adjacent to university property. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security and safety, such as policies concerning sexual assault, personal safety tips, information on fire calls, and other matters. You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting University Police or by accessing the following web site: at http://police.unl.edu/annualreport or additional campus safety information at: http://police.unl.edu/
Information of Sex Offender Registration
The Sex Offender Registry is available via Internet. The Nebraska State Patrol is responsible for maintaining this registry. Follow the link below to access to the Sex Offender Registry website: http://www.nsp.state.ne.us/sor/
Youth Activities Safety Policy
UNL has a strong interest in protecting the safety of youth on our campus; therefore, the campus is implementing a Youth Activity Safety Policy in order to provide a safe, educational and enjoyable activity/program experience for all participants. This policy provides minimum specific guidelines for activities sponsored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln or held on UNL’s campus.
The policy, frequently asked questions (FAQ) and a procedure checklist are available at: http://police.unl.edu/policies/youth-activity-safety-policy.
Child Abuse and Neglect
Nebraska statutes require any person to report child abuse and neglect, including sexual assault, to law enforcement or the Department of Health and Human Services. Law enforcement is required to notify DHHS on incidents reported to them. University employees and students are encouraged to notify the UNL Police Department at 402-472-2222 immediately when these situations are suspected.
The University Police Department strives to provide the safest environment for students, employees and visitors. We want your environment to be conducive to having a great collegiate experience. We are participants in daily planning and operational decisions across campus. Much of our work is "behind the scenes" -- preventing incidents from occurring.
If you become involved in an incident or feel uncomfortable about your safety in any situation, please let us help you. We would rather be involved in prevention than responding after an incident has occurred.
• Emergencies: Crimes in progress or incidents requiring police, fire or medical aid may be reported to UNLPD at 402-472-2222, (2-2222 from a campus phone); or 911 from any phone.
• Non-emergencies: Calls for assistance are directed to UNLPD at 402-472-2222; (or 2-2222).
• To contact by text messaging, text UNLPD at 69050.
UNL Police notifies on annual security report, child reporting policies
UNL Annual Security Report