Penn State University Police Department

  • Agency: Penn State University Police Department
  • Address: Eisenhower Parking Deck, State College, 16801 PA
  • Chief:
Phone: 814-863-1111
Fax: (814) 865-0466

Penn State University Police Department is located at Eisenhower Parking Deck, State College, 16801 PA. The Penn State University Police Department phone number is 814-863-1111.

Penn State University Police Department News

Join us in honoring the U.S. military veterans who served our country. #thankyou

Help spread joy during the giving season. Penn State is proud to stand with the Centre County United Way, which makes a difference in the lives of our friends, families, and neighbors every day. Visit UnitedWay.psu.edu to learn how to give, advocate, volunteer and #LiveUnited. #givingseason

We've made an arrest and continue to investigate Penn State Football ticket scams. Read this before you buy or sell tickets for tomorrow's game at #UniversityPark: https://bit.ly/2OC1lKK

Recently, Penn State University Police Officer Davis Huang at PSU–Beaver and Sgt. Jason Cindric from Center Twp. Police Dept. participated in a Pizza and Police event at Harmony Hall. As part of the event, Cindric brought K-9 Ingo for a demonstration. Students also had time to enjoy Ingo’s company.

You don't have to walk alone at #UniversityPark. Call 814-865-WALK (9255). Thanks to The LION 90.7fm (WKPS) - Penn State Radio for helping to create this important PSA.

We could not be more grateful for the double dose of kindness we received today. This morning, Penn State students Jacob Michelman and Carolyn Sistrand got up bright and early to drop off coffee and doughnuts to our University Police station at University Park. The students were inspired by ethics and diversity courses and wanted to show appreciation for our department. And then this afternoon two more students - Danny Koury and Christina Demoss - dropped off bagels and a supportive banner signed by their business ethics classmates. We could not be more proud to serve the Penn State community. #weare #pennstate #universitypark #grateful #thankyou

Hey, Penn State football fans, be sure to review the significant parking changes for the home game before heading to #UniversityPark this weekend.

Not to brag, but this is one of the best paying jobs for students in all of Penn State. Great pay. Great experience. What more could you want? Learn more here: https://psu.jobs/job/83417

Penn State University Police Officer Richard Rocco at Penn State Harrisburg and Officer Dwayne Smith at Penn State York recently demonstrated vital National Self-Defense Institute safety principles during a Self-Defense Awareness and Familiarization Exchange (S.A.F.E.) program at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. The program included 23 nursing students, who participated in an interactive presentation focusing on safety prevention tactics in the event of an assault.

Thanks to The LION 90.7fm (WKPS) - Penn State Radio for helping us to promote responsible drinking in the Penn State community.

Free coffee with a cop is a good way to start the day! University Police at Penn State Hazleton recently unveiled its Community Policing Booth in the “Fish Bowl” of the lobby of Graham Building, which includes free hot coffee and tea. At the grand opening, Officer John McDevitt, Lt. Dale Osenbach and District Commander Lisa DeLaurentis talked with students and University administrators about police services.

It's not too late to make your Jack-O'-Lantern! Officer David Lesher at Penn State Behrend recently participated in the Pumpkins with Police program where students artfully crafted Halloween decor. #spookyseason

Happy Halloween! Officer John Licatovich at Penn State DuBois got into the spirit early when he participated in the spooky campus Halloween Party and Haunted House on Saturday. #spookyseason

We know there are lots of tots in the Penn State family, so here are some tips from the National Safety Council on how to keep our little ghouls and goblins safe for Trick-or-Treat tonight. #halloween #halloweensafety

As we wrap up National Walk to School Month, we leave you with a final pedestrian tip thanks to Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). Tuck those phones away and enjoy the view!

Did you get scooped? Thanks to all of the #UniversityPark students who came out to get the scoop from a cop last night. University Police Officers Adam Rawding and Josh Quimby were happy to serve you. And a special thanks to #PennState Dining for helping make this event possible. #freeicecream

Free ice cream! Need we say more? Penn State University Police officers will be scooping ice cream today from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the East Food District.

Costume? ✅ Candy? ✅ Plan to stay safe while celebrating Halloween at or around Penn State? We can help.

A special thank you to The LION 90.7fm (WKPS) - Penn State Radio for helping us to create awareness about Run, Hide, Fight in the Penn State community, a plan you should familiarize yourself with should you ever encounter an active-attacker situation.

#PennState University Police responded to a plane accident early this morning where two people suffered minor injuries. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/2yweIad

Representatives from #PennState, including Brian Bittner, director of emergency management, and Lt. Matt White with University Police, recently attended the 2018 National Seminar and Tabletop Exercise for Institutions of Higher Education at the University of Texas at #SanAntonio. This is a statue outside of the #UTSA student union center. The seminar, led by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, was a two-day event that helps prepare higher education officials to respond to a campus emergency. #dhs #fema #nttx

University Police and Public Safety at Penn State would like to make the greater Borough of State College community aware that law enforcement, including University Police, and other emergency responders from throughout Centre County will be conducting a readiness exercise on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at the Pine Hall Building off of Science Park Road in Ferguson Township. Motorists and pedestrians may notice the police activity in the vicinity of Science Park and Pine Hall roads, therefore UPPS wants to reassure the public that this is only an exercise.

It may seem convenient to report a crime or suspicious behavior through social media, but the best way to receive a police response is to call 911. Social media channels are not monitored 24/7 and are not intended for emergency communication.

Aside from being one of the best paid jobs for students on-campus, Penn State auxiliary officers acquire skills in management, communication, and situation de-escalation. Gain hands-on experience and apply today at https://psu.jobs/job/78644.

Is your bike registered? It's required at University Park. Learn more: https://transportation.psu.edu/bicycle-registration