The university police maintain information in this section about crime prevention, avoiding fraud, law enforcement resources, and statistics about crimes committed on campus including the Jeanne Clery Act Annual Security and Fire Safety report.
Learn what you can do to reduce your risk of being a victim of crime
Examine various sources of crime statistics including monthly crime data reported to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, our daily crime report, or our annual Jeanne Clery Act Security and Fire Safety Report
View annual data on campus incidents, including those not reported directly to the university police
The Missouri State Highway Patrol maintains a public database of sex offenders for your safety
Learn to identify and protect yourself against common methods scammers use to defraud victims via phone, email and websites
Learn about enhancing school safety in this operational guide for preventing targeted school violence from the United States Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center.
Missouri S&T's campus features a number of roads and crosswalks. Learn more here about the laws governing pedestrian traffic.
The university police maintain a list of helpful links to other topical departments, agencies and organizations that may be of interest