The university is committed to creating a safe and supportive campus environment where students can learn and thrive.
The ASU Hotline is an independent resource for reporting concerns about matters related to safety, ethics and or other issues. The comprehensive, 24-hour accessible telephone and web-based service provides support for 175 different languages and promotes a safe, secure and ethical environment for all Sun Devils and university guests.
The Arizona State University Police Department is committed to the safety of ASU students, faculty and staff. The ASU PD main headquarters are on the Tempe campus, with substations at Downtown, Polytechnic and West campuses. The police department operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Maintaining a healthy and secure campus community for students, staff and faculty means knowing what to do in the event of an emergency and having the right tools to respond. In order to achieve this, the university offers education and multiple resources to ensure that all members of the university are safe and secure.
Connect with the ASU Police and campus safety services through the ASU LiveSafe app. Report emergencies, request Safety Escort Service, access ASU crime alerts and more.
The Office of Gender-based Violence is a team of ASU faculty, staff, students and community volunteers. They are dedicated to the prevention of gender-based violence and the development of evidence-based interventions for survivors.
This service provides safe and free rides across ASU Tempe's campus throughout the semester in ASU golf carts and vans. Safety Escort is available for all staff, faculty and students on campus.
It takes a community of care to support victims and survivors of sexual and relationship violence, and ASU provides a variety of reporting options, resources and educational programs to prevent sexual misconduct.
The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities supports a safe and inclusive environment that fosters the intellectual, personal, social, ethical development of all students.
The Sun Devil Support network is a peer advocate network for students who have experienced sexual violence. Advisors in SDSN are members of the ASU community trained to work with survivors of sexual assault on a variety of fronts.
The Arizona State University Police Department Victim Advocate ensures crime victims on any ASU campus, witnesses and family members receive free, confidential support.