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Criminal Acts, all criminal acts that occur on University property must be reported to the Suffolk University Police Department as soon as it is safe to do. SUPD can be reached by calling 617-573-8111 and/or by making human contact with an officer. Please provide the officer with as much information as possible and your cooperation is expected by the University. In all cases, when it is safe for the police officer to respond, they will. Police officers will respond to the scene, secure the crime scene when needed, identify persons, suspect (s), victim (s)  and witnesses, take statements, gather facts and evidence, investigate and notify other agencies and obtain other resources as needed. There Their primary concern is life safety, officer safety, preservation of the peace, identification of the parties involved and apprehension of the offender while rendering the scene to safesafety.

All criminal acts, whether on the property or not that are a part one violent crimes, Homicide, Rape and or attempted, Robbery and or attempted, Aggravated assaults will be reported to the Boston Police Department as well as crimes involving weapons.

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Bomb Threats should be reported to SUPD. SUPD will evaluate the evidence that is presented and take the appropriate action as required to maintain a safe community. The Risk Manger will be notified as well as the BPD. If anyone where were to receive a bomb threat, please listen and pay attention to the caller. If anyone were to see a suspicious object, do not touch it, call the police immediately.

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Medical Emergencies should be reported to SUPD. SUPD will respond and provide medical assistance to the level of their training and will notify Boston Emergency Services as needed. This would include all medical emergencies including any drug overdoses. We would rather see the victim of a drug overdose get medical attention than have them fear calling our University police for help. SUPD is issued cab vouchers from student services. They will be offered to resident students to travel to an area hospital for non life threatening emergencies if the resident/patient chooses

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