Colorado State University Police Department

  • Agency: Colorado State University Police Department
  • Address: 750 Meridian Avenue, Fort Collins, 80523 CO
  • Chief: D Yarbrough (Chief of Police)
Phone: (970) 491-6425
Fax: (970) 491-2294
Email:

Colorado State University Police Department is located at 750 Meridian Avenue, Fort Collins, 80523 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is D Yarbrough. The Colorado State University Police Department phone number is (970) 491-6425.

Colorado State University Police Department News

In 2017, CSUPD gave out 3,837 traffic warnings instead of tickets. Written or verbal warnings do not become part of your driving record, and they are an important reminder to pay attention and drive safely.

CSUPD is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying these individuals who may have unknowingly been victims of a string of criminal incidents on campus between April 2017 and January 2018. “These individuals are not under investigation,” said CSUPD Chief Scott Harris. “We want to talk with them to make them aware of the incident they may have experienced, and to gather more information that may help us with our ongoing investigation.” While a suspect has been charged in this investigation, because the investigation is ongoing CSUPD is not releasing additional information about the nature of the crimes or the suspect. If you are one of the individuals identified by these photos, or if you know who one or several of the individuals are, please contact CSUPD at 970-491-6425 and ask to speak with Sgt. Ramsey Crochet.

Have you noticed someone who has been acting differently lately? Changes in weight, personal hygiene, showing a new lack of motivation or confusion, irritable, sad, unduly anxious, withdrawn? They may be stressed or depressed, and just need help. Tell Someone is a confidential university service you can contact to seek help for a fellow CSU member.

Did you know that Colorado Revised Statute 42-4-1207 says: “No person shall open the door of a motor vehicle on the side available to moving traffic unless and until it is reasonably safe to do so and can be done without interfering with the movement of other traffic; nor shall any person leave a door open on the side of a vehicle available to moving traffic for a period of time longer than necessary to load or unload passengers.” Don’t open your car door without checking for traffic (including bikes).

In Colorado, 30 percent of kids who run away from home will be recruited to trade sex for food and other necessities within 48 hours. CSU is proud to host Northern Colorado’s first annual Human Trafficking Symposium at Colorado State University Feb. 22. Come learn how to be part of the solution.

We 💚 you, 🐏!! Happy birthday! 🎂

Our thoughts and prayers are with you

CSUPD is committed to maintaining a safe environment on campus. The university’s peaceful assembly policy and a list of prohibited items during this evening’s Turning Point USA student organization-hosted event and responding peaceful assembly areas is available here. (updated link https://police.colostate.edu/peaceful-assembly-on-campus/)

Conditions on sidewalks and particularly the plaza are icy this morning. Facilities crews are working to clear the ice, but please be cautious when walking on the plaza and in other areas today. Wear sturdy shoes with good traction.

It's a beautiful day, but winter is back tonight. Plan extra time tomorrow for your drive to campus.

Traffic Tip Tuesday: Did you know that there are bike boxes around campus? These boxes are designed to help cyclists at intersections. Cyclists should move to the front of the green box and wait for the green light. Vehicles should stay behind the green box and wait for the green light. Keep a look out for NO TURN ON RED signs, too.

In 2017 CSUPD officers made 200 DUI arrests on and near campus. Don’t be part of this year’s statistics. If you choose to drink away from home, designate a driver (That does not mean someone who has had the least to drink - it's someone who has not had anything alcoholic to drink), take public transportation, or call Uber, Lyft or a taxi.

Our thoughts are with our brothers and sisters in Adams County, and the family of the deputy who gave his life last night. 💙

We are sad to share this news. Our thoughts are with Mr. Sprackling’s family.

We're sharing this update. Please call law enforcement if you see Mr. Sprackling or his vehicle.

Please help find this missing elderly man.