Emergency Reporting For emergencies, call the Department of Campus Safety at 303.458.4122 (4122 on a campus phone) or 911 (9-911 on campus phone) if your emergency requires assistance from paramedics, fire, police or you are at an extension campus. Non-Emergency Reporting For non-emergencies, submit a report via The Department of Campus Safety's Online Reporting system. (The online portal only works with PCs, not Macs. We apologize for the inconvenience.) If you don’t want your identity known, the Online Reporting system allows a user to report anonymously. The online reporting system is checked every day and feedback will be given, if you desire, or we may contact you for further investigation if you have provided your contact information. All cases using the Department of Campus Safety Online reporting system will be reviewed. To start the online report, you must first select the Campus Safety in the drop down menu. If you desire a copy of the report, you must provide an email address. When you enter the time as AM or PM, the times will automatically be converted to military time (24 hours). Please use the correct address when submitting your report. Ensure you scroll all the way through each page to ensure all information is provided. For parking lot identification and building names for the Northwest Denver Campus, click here. For addresses for extension campuses, click here. Filing a false report is a violation of the University’s Prohibited Conduct Policy, and may lead to a violation of Colorado Law. The Department of Campus Safety uses Report Exec report writing system and all information provided is accessible only by the Department of Campus Safety. Note: Online reporting is only used for Regis University’s incidents that occur on the Northwest Denver Campus, extension campuses, the online classroom environment, and any other Regis University related events when other facilities are used by Regis departments such as Athletics, Student Activities, Commencement, and Study Abroad. Additionally, reports of incidents that happen off campus, but have the possibility to crossover to our campuses should be reported also; for example, harassment, domestic violence, dating violence or stalking.