Campus Police

24-hour emergency line: 814-269-7005

The safety and well-being of our campus community and guests are a top priority at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. Pitt-Johnstown Campus Police provides protection to the campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. All Campus Police officers are certified through Pennsylvania Police Officers Education & Training Commission (MPOETC) and are armed at all times. In addition to protecting the campus community, officers enforce federal, state, and local laws, campus judicial code, and parking rules and regulations.

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A Message from the Pitt-Johnstown Campus Police: The Pitt-Johnstown Campus Police continue to maintain close contact with law enforcement agencies. Faculty, staff, and students can assist the Pitt-Johnstown Campus Police in making our campus community as safe as possible by reading and following the suggestions on our Safety Tips page. Situations reported to the Pitt-Johnstown Campus Police are promptly and thoroughly addressed.

Office:
Campus Police Suite
Physical Plant Building
450 Schoolhouse Road
Johnstown, PA. 15904

Contact:
Emergency: 814-269-7005
COPS Hotline: 814-269-7233 (269-SAFE) for anonymous crime reporting
Voice: 814-269-7005
Fax: 814-269-1937

Additional services provided by Campus Police include:

  • Preventing, detecting, and investigating of violations of University policy
  • Assisting vehicle lock-outs and battery jumps
  • Parking assignment; crowd and traffic control
  • Dispatching emergency and non-emergency calls for assistance 24 hours a day
  • Work with Quick Response Services and Emergency Medical Technicians
  • Admission to academic buildings
  • Transport to medical facilities
  • Coordinate key control
  • Communicate directly with 911 for emergencies
  • Registration of bicycles
  • Monitor campus alarms
  • Conduct crime prevention training programs, fire safety education, alcohol and drug awareness, hazardous materials awareness programs
  • Oversee firearms registration and storage
  • Crime Prevention training and awareness
  • Provide safety escort service
  • Maintain lost and found

Emergency Phones
"Blue Light" emergency phones are located throughout campus for use in the event of an emergency. By simply pressing a button, a call is placed directly to Campus Police. Callers should report the situation and police will respond accordingly.