Penn State Beaver police are full-time, professional University police officers who are on campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The department's primary goal is to ensure the safety of all campus community members. Below you'll find some of the services and programs provided by the Penn State Beaver police.
For more information, please contact Anthony Budris, chief of police, 724-773-3781.
Emergency Call Boxes
Call boxes are located outside the front doors of the Ross Administration Building, library, gymnasium, and the Police Services Building. In the event that you need to speak to a police officer and no one is in the Police Services Building, please use the call box located by the building's front door.
For students, staff, and faculty working late on campus, campus police can escort you to vehicles and campus residences. Call 724-773-3888, and an officer will be glad to ensure that you arrive safely at your on-campus destination.
All Beaver campus police officers are certified in first aid for medical emergencies.
Reporting a Crime
University Police investigate any crime that occurs on campus. If you see a crime in progress or if you're a crime victim, please contact University Police immediately, 24/7, at 724-773-3888.
In the event you experience frozen locks, lock your keys in your vehicle, or need a jump start, our campus police officers will be happy to help you.
- Safety and Security
- Crime Prevention