The University of Windsor places a high priority on the public safety of our campus community. The Campus Community Police work in partnership with the University community to provide a safe and secure environment to all students, staff, faculty, and visitors by providing a 24-hour presence on our campus to respond to routine and emergency calls for service.
Campus Community Police are dedicated Special Constables sworn to uphold the Criminal Code of Canada, relevant Provincial Statutes, Municipal and University Bylaws and work in cooperation with the Windsor Police Service and other Provincial and Federal law enforcement agencies.
The University of Windsor Campus Community Police respond to and investigate calls for service ranging from general assistance to assaults to domestic disturbances as well as deliver cutting-edge community crime prevention and emergency preparedness services to our campus community. The University community numbers almost 20,000 and is in comparison to a "small town." Patrol is facilitated through the use of directed foot patrols, motor vehicles and mountain bikes.
The University of Windsor Campus Community Police operate a 911 emergency dispatch centre for the university community. By calling extension 911 from any campus phone, you will be immediately connected to a dispatcher. Campus Community Police respond to all emergency calls - police, fire or medical requests for service.
Along with the 911 emergency dispatch centre, there are blue emergency poles located throughout campus and when activated the provide a recorded and traced emergency line to Campus Community Police.