Arizona State University Police Department

  • Agency: Arizona State University Police Department
  • Address: 325 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe, 85287-1812 AZ
  • Chief:
Phone: 480-965-8477
Fax: 480-965-3612

Arizona State University Police Department is located at 325 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe, 85287-1812 AZ. The Arizona State University Police Department phone number is 480-965-8477.

Arizona State University Police Department News

Officers S. Johnson, A. Cook, and M. Davis take home the Gold in the annual Poly Cardboard Boat Race! Thank you to Officer G. Ede for helping build the boat. Thank you for including us ASU Poly School Adv #SunDevils #Police #Boatrace #Dontsink Arizona State University

Arizona State University Police Department are so excited for Sun Devil Triathlon these #SunDevils did great!

Sept. 9 through 15, 2018 is National Suicide Prevention week. If you or someone you know displays these behaviors, contact the Maricopa County crisis hotline at 480-784-1500 or the HopeLine Suicide Hotline at 1-800-SUICIDE. Dial 911 in an emergency. Visit the ASU Wellness webpage for more information and resouces. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention:

Can't wait to meet you during #ASUFamilyWeekend! Visit with ASU Police officers and tour our building Friday Sept. 28, 1-4 p.m. We're at the corner of S. College Ave. and Apache Blvd.

Join us for our Arizona State University #Community #Police Academy Sept. 12 and 19. It's a chance for you to tour facility and better understand our operations. Register now; space is limited to 30 candidates. ASU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

A great day for the ASU/Tempe Community Welcome Walk. ASU Officer Patchett joins with Interim Tempe Assistant Fire Chief Andrea Glass and Nicole Morote with ASU Student Senate talking to neighbors near Jaycee Park. Arizona State University City of Tempe, AZ Tempe Police USG @ ASU Tempe

Officer Garcia and Officer Van Buhler getting ready for the ASU/Tempe Community Welcome Walk 2018. Gearing up for another great year in the community ! Tempe Police Arizona State University

Welcome back Sun Devils! Please walk, bike and drive safely and let’s have a great start to the new school year. 🚴‍♀️🚗 Download the @ASULiveSafe app and get important information from us and Arizona State University this year #SunDevils #ASU

Update on crash-University is closed from Forest to College.

Advisory-Tempe Campus-E/B University from Myrtle to Forest is closed for an accident. Please use an alternate route. Download the ASU LiveSafe app and get information like this directly to your cell phone.

Over the weekend our Communications Division said goodbye to Dispatcher McHenry who will start a new career with Emporia State University’s Department of Emergency Management. Thank you for your 4+ years of service! #IAM911 #OnceASunDevilAlwaysASunDevil

Welcome Sun Devils! Move-in starts this week at several Campuses. If you are driving be careful, take it slow and be alert of pedestrians and bicyclists 🚴‍♀️ 🚓👮🏻‍♀️👮🏽‍♂️ make it a great year!

Thank you to Oakland Construction for their gift of Hurts Donuts for our 9-1-1 Dispatchers! ASUPD Communications takes pride in serving our community through teamwork, professionalism, and compassion. #IAM911 #ThinGoldLine #hurtsdonutstempe

Power outage affecting North end of Tempe Campus. Confirmed outages at Fulton Parking, ERC, PSH, and PVE. Please avoid the area.

. Arizona State University Police Department Chief Thompson is filming today with ASU Student Creative Services and Allen Clark, Director of Access and Security Initiatives. Working to keep Arizona State University students, faculty and staff informed.

TEMPE Campus Advisory: Flooding at MATTHEWS CENTER. Avoid area until further notice. Download the @ASULiveSafe app for more info

Clery Timely Warning - Aggravated Assault occurred on 6/28/2018 at Sage North residence hall. No weapons involved. Suspect known to victim.

See 👀 something strange that’s not an emergency, but you want ASU Police Dept. To know about it? Send us a picture using the ASU LiveSafe app; it’s easy. 👮🏽‍♂️👮🏻‍♀️

Last call for Officer Brian Kiefing. Thank you for your service and happy retirement.

The Arizona State University Police Department held an award ceremony today to welcome our new officers, honor years of service and mark the retirement of Officer Brian Kiefling. Thank you to all of our employees for your dedication and hard work.

Congratulations to Officer Brian Kiefling on his retirement after 20 years of service at the Arizona State University Police Department. Before his service in the ASU community, Officer Kiefling served in the U.S. Military and and U.S. Navy. Thank you for your service, you will be missed.