Make a Report
For Emergency Situations
If a situation represents an immediate threat to life or property, you require emergency assistance, or you believe a crime is in progress, call 911 to reach police, fire, or medical services.
Make a Report to Law Enforcement: Non-Emergency Calls
If you are victim of a crime or know someone who has been a victim of crime, you should contact the Texas A&M University Police Department (UPD) at (979) 845-2345 at the main College Station campus or campus police/security at your local campus.
Make a Campus Security Authority (CSA) Report
A CSA should report alleged crimes to the official or office designated by the university to receive CSA crime reports. Following are the university’s designated officials specific to each Texas A&M University campus.
- Texas A&M University main campus (including RELLIS Campus, O.D. Butler, Jr. Animal Science Complex, University Farm, and Health Science Center in Brazos County):
- CSA crime reporting webpages:
- For questions on the webpages or to report directly : University Police Department, Sergeant Rodger Paxton, email@example.com, 979-845-8895
- Texas A&M University at Qatar: Office of Building Operations, Kent Clawson, firstname.lastname@example.org, +974-4423-0171
- Texas A&M University School of Law: Facilities, Matt Pellegrino, email@example.com, 817-212-4125
- Texas A&M University Mays Business School at CityCentre: Facilities, Jeffrey Jones, firstname.lastname@example.org, 281-631-5428
- Texas A&M University at Galveston (including Training Ship General Rudder and other training ships used by the Texas A&M Maritime Academy): University Police Department, Chief Sam Martinez, email@example.com, 409-740-4548
- Texas A&M University Health Science Center (outside Brazos County): Health Science Center Security, Matt Spees, firstname.lastname@example.org, 979-436-9302
- Texas A&M University Higher Education Center at McAllen: Director of Operations, Rick Margo, email@example.com, 956-271-1341
All CSAs may complete and submit the following Clery Act Crime Reporting Form to the appropriate designated official
What is a CSA? The Clery Act requires institutions to collect crime reports from various individuals and organizations that Clery considers to be CSAs to include:
- University police officers and security officer and individuals outside university police who have campus security responsibilities
- Individuals or organizations specified in the Clery Annual Security Report to which students and employees should report crimes
- A university official who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities
When are CSAs required to report? Under the Clery Act, a crime is reported when it is brought to the attention of a CSA or law enforcement by a victim, a witness, other third party, or the offender. It does not matter if the person involved in or reporting the crime is associated with the university.
If you are a CSA and receive a report of an alleged crime, you are required to report the alleged crime to the official or office designated by the university to compile the institution’s Clery crime statistics.Designated officials vary by campus and may be the university police, campus security department, or another university official or office. CSA reports are analyzed for statistical data disclosed in the annual security report and the daily crime log and also evaluated for timely warning/emergency notification.
Make a Report University Title IX
Texas A&M strongly encourages reporting incidents of sexual assault, sexual exploitation, or sex discrimination — including discrimination of the basis of gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation — in addition to sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, related retaliation, and stalking.
You may file a report with the University if you are seeking support and resources, and/or disciplinary remedies such as probation, suspension, or expulsion (for students), or termination of employment (for employees).
Anyone who feels that s/he has been the victim of prohibited conduct is encouraged to bring it to the attention of the University’s Title IX Officer. She is empowered to provide supportive remedies and academic adjustments to all individuals involved in these situations and to protect the safety of the campus community through these measures.