University of Colorado Police Department

  • Agency: University of Colorado Police Department
  • Address: 1050 Regent Drive 502 UCB, Boulder, 80309 CO
  • Chief: Joe Roy (Chief of Police)
Phone: 303-492-8168
Fax: 303-492-4427

University of Colorado Police Department is located at 1050 Regent Drive 502 UCB, Boulder, 80309 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Joe Roy. The University of Colorado Police Department phone number is 303-492-8168.

University of Colorado Police Department News

Our colleagues at the Denver Police Department recently shared a short video on how credit card skimmers work. Please take one minute and watch their video.

The past couple weeks, we have sent emergency alerts via text message about a man with a sword and the delayed start due to snow. Did you get a text message as well as an email? Here are the steps to make sure the you get next emergency alert text message.

Heads up, Buffs! A late night men's basketball game means a late night reroute of the BuffBus.

CU Boulder is operating on a delayed schedule today, Tuesday, Feb. 20, due to winter weather conditions. The campus will open at 9:45 a.m. Dining halls and residence halls will remain open as crews clear sidewalks and roads. Please consider using public transit and allow extra commuting time to get to campus. Most importantly, stay safe and warm, Buffs. For updates, monitor and our social media channels.

Heads up, BuffBus riders to and from Athens North. The bus is running, but it won't appear on the CU Bus Tracker app.

Hey Buffs! Our next Coffee with a Cop is Wednesday, Feb. 14. Come get a free hot drink (coffee, tea, hot chocolate) and get to know members of your campus police department.

Hey Buffs! Boulder PD has arrested the person from this afternoon’s incident.

At approximately 4:45 p.m., we sent an alert to campus after reports of a man involved in an off-campus assault. Officers searched campus and the creek path area, and there was no sign of the suspect or a threat to campus.

CU ALERT 2: Officers have searched campus and Boulder Creek Path. No sign of the suspect on campus; no pending threat.

CU ALERT 1: Man with sword reported off-campus. Suspect last seen near Varsity Lake. Avoid area.

Heads up, BuffBus riders! There is a reroute tonight.

Our Dispatch Center is receiving inquiries from students and parents tonight about a woman who they heard was “attacked” on campus. That did not occur. Earlier tonight, outside of the UMC, a female student and a male who is not associated with CU bumped into each other. His shoulder brushed against her and she pushed him away. Nothing else happened. CUPD has been in contact with both people and took a report. There were no injuries nor cause for an arrest. This did not occur in the Kittredge area. Please share this information with your friends.

Heads up, Buffs! RTD is closing a stop that may have an effect on commuters.

Our next free class on how to respond to an active harmer incident is Monday, Feb. 12. Registration is highly encourage and space is limited.

Help protect your electronic devices from theft.

Well, the groundhog saw his shadow this morning. This means six more weeks of winter. For those of you new to Colorado, Feb. and Mar. are some of the snowiest months. Make sure that your vehicles are still ready to drive in the snow.

Bike theft is the number 1 crime on the CU Boulder campus. This edition of Tomorrow's News Today takes a look at how to prevent this from happening to you.

Tips to help prevent your bike from being stolen.

Do you know someone with an eye for details who works great with other people. This is a non-sworn position (that means that you don't have to be a police officer).

Our thoughts are with our brothers and sisters with the Adams County Sheriff's Office with the loss of their deputy tonight.

We had a blast on Saturday at the Colorado Avalanche's salute to the "Brotherhood for the Fallen" and "Colorado Fallen Hero's." We got to show off one of our patrol cars and the Avs won their ninth straight game.

While the snow appears to be ending, and melting will begin tomorrow, plan extra time to get to your classes on Monday. Set your alarms a little earlier than normal, and be sure to include time to scrape your car’s windows. We look forward to seeing you safely arrive on campus in the morning.