Boise State University Security

  • Agency: Boise State University Security
  • Address: 2245 University Drive, Boise, 83706 ID
  • Chief:
Phone: (208) 426-6911
Fax: (208) 426-4435

Boise State University Security is located at 2245 University Drive, Boise, 83706 ID. The Boise State University Security phone number is (208) 426-6911.

Boise State University Security News

We are deeply grateful for the veterans in our #BoiseState community. Thank you to you and your families for your service and sacrifice. "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." John F. Kennedy

Hey #BoiseState we are trying something new for the game tonight. If you are going to come to campus for school or work, but will leave before 3:00 p.m. you can park in your regular location. You will not be affected by lot closures. If you are going to stay later than 3:00 p.m. please cross-park in your alternate location upon arrival. Check out your advisory for more information!

We still have a couple of open seats for the Active Shooter Awareness class tomorrow at 11:00 in the @BoiseStateHR Learning Lab. This class is open for all #BoiseState students, faculty and staff. To sign up, go to:

November is the best time to prepare for winter weather. @AdaCountyEM's November Emergency Preparedness Pointer has great tips for building/refreshing your 72 hour home, car or #BoiseState dorm kit, specifically your food options. Check it out here:

Hey #BoiseState! Check out this great article about the amazing work happening at our Cycle Learning Center! A stop by their shop is a must this fall! Thank you to @BoiseStateRec for your partnership! @boisestatelive

The #BoiseState Homecoming Parade is taking place now! Route information can be found here: It is likely to affect traffic near campus. Our Events team truly appreciates your patience as we work to keep everyone safe!

Looking for something fun to do today? Join us on the #BoiseState campus for all of our Homecoming events. The parade starts at 5pm and will be followed by the Homecoming Football game with kick-off at 8:15 p.m. Come early, cheer loudly, and stay late! #BroncoNation looks forward to seeing you!

#BoiseState waives goodbye to The Lion King this weekend with performances on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday's performances are at 2pm and 8pm. That means it will be a very busy day on campus. The parade and football game will affect traffic on the east side of campus near Broadway. The Lion King may affect traffic on the west side of campus near Capitol / University and Earle. Our problem free philosophy? Come early and Hakuna Mata!

#BoiseState Homecoming football game is tomorrow! Its time for Bronco Nation to come out in loud support of our team! Be sure to arrive early and plan to stay late. The parade begins at 5pm and will affect traffic so allow for extra time! See you there! Check out the link below for a full lineup of the day's events!

Although this article is primarily about off campus gyms, we have this issue on campus also. Please make sure you lock up your valuables when you are working out on #BoiseState campus.

If you are staying downtown for Bronco Families weekend, avoid the hassle of parking and consider riding the free downtown shuttle to and from Albertsons Stadium for the #BoiseState Broncos game tomorrow. Get the details and schedules here: …

Hey #BoiseState, today is a great day to catch the shuttle for getting around campus. Use the Shuttle Tracker to see where the @BoiseStateLive shuttles are real-time: More information on the Campus Shuttle and different routes:

This Wednesday at 12:18 MT pm, FEMA will conduct an Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) emergency notification test featuring Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA). This national test will also be broadcast on radio and television stations. Although this test is focusing on reaching mobile devices with the IPAWS, this will be a good time to test your National Weather Service weather radio if you have one. This website has additional information on the IPAWS National Test: Also, check out this @Readygov article on what the EAS is all about, including how to make sure you receive IPAWS alerts on your mobile device:

Today is National Awareness Day promoting “If You See Something, Say Something®.” Do you know how to report suspicious activity on #BoiseState campus? Call our 24/7 @BSUPublicSafety Communications Center at 208-426-6911 at anytime. Check out the @DHSgov promotional video on "Why I See Say."

Our own Greg Hahn participating in Public Information Officer training at the Idaho Office of Emergency Management EOC. This kind of training, focused on the importance of accurate and coordinated communications/messaging during major incidents, makes our state agencies better prepared and informed across the Treasure Valley and Idaho.

September is #NationalPreparednessMonth and as #HurricaneFlorence is wreaking havoc, now is a perfect time to map out and build your financial recovery plan in case of a disaster. @AdaCountyEM's latest Emergency Preparedness Pointer tells you how:

You can count on Boise Fire Department for handling just about anything encountered on campus; thanks for the assist!

Giving back is in our blood here at the Boise State University, be on the lookout for our Security and Parking Enforcement Teams as they give out candy bars and Boise State Fun Facts for doing the right thing! (Following the pedestrian priority zone, using the crosswalk, parking properly and being a good person) Visit to give back as well! #BroncosGive #BoiseState

The winner of the Boise State Public Safety Bike Drawing is Lex Chavis @lexchavis #BroncosGive #BoiseState

The Bike Raffle has closed, stay tuned for the winner announced and contacted at 1:15pm today. In the meantime please stop by the quad to be entered into a drawing for a Boise State Parking Permit of YOUR CHOICE! #BroncosGive #Boise State