Campus Safety

Campus Safety

The UConn Police Department Waterbury Substation is located on the ground floor of the UConn Campus Building. Police Officers are responsible for public safety in the main building as well as an attached parking facility.In addition to normal police patrols there are emergency phones and remote cameras throughout the facility which assist police in providing a safe atmosphere within which students, staff, faculty and visitors may pursue their educational goals.

On Duty 24/7

Report Emergencies

Dial 8-911 from campus phones.
Dial 911 from other phones.

Contact UConn Police

For Your Safety

Emergency blue phones are located throughout campus and in the parking garage. In case of an emergency: simply press the button, describe your problem to the dispatcher, a police officer will be dispatched to assist you.

UConn Police office at the Waterbury Campus.

Duties & Services

In addition to patrolling the UConn Waterbury campus to keep our community safe, we offer the following services:

Medical Assistance

There is no nurse, physician, or health center on the Waterbury campus. However, officers are trained as emergency medical responders and will provide medical assistance should the need arise.


Requests for safety presentations, student events, and special community events can be made through UConn Public Safety’s Community Outreach unit.

Campus Safety Report

Universities are required to publish annual reports of incidents on campuses.

View the UConn Waterbury Uniform Campus Crime Report


Parking permits, services, regulations, and enforcement at UConn Waterbury are controlled by UConn Parking Services.