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The University of Missouri-St. Louis Police Department is here to serve the campus community. Your support, cooperation, and involvement will assist us in creating and maintaining an environment conducive to higher education.
If you need assistance, please call: 314-516-5155.
The Campus Police office is located at 44 Campus Police Building, right next to the North Campus MetroLink stop.
We are focused on your personal safety; please share any worries, cares or concerns you may have about your individual safety or the personal safety of another student, faculty or staff member. Please let us know.
Many students, faculty, staff and visitors have asked what to do if they found themselves in an active shooter scenario. As unlikely but frightening as it may be, the Campus Police Department encourages everyone to consider the options that are available to protect oneself.
Options for Consideration Active Shooter Preparedness Video
Options for Consideration demonstrates possible actions to take if confronted with an active shooter scenario. The video shows how to assist authorities once law enforcement enters the scene. You may also access this video on YouTube.
Late in 2015 the Department of Homeland Security released a Planning and Response to an Active Shooter guide.
The Department of Homeland Security, in concert with the Houston Mayor's Office, produced an active shooter training video, entitled "Run, Hide, Fight!" This six-minute video, endorsed by multiple Federal agencies, dramatizes an active shooter incident in the workplace, exemplifying the unpredictability and quick evolution of active shooter situations. Its purpose is to educate the public by demonstrating response actions during such an incident so that they can prepare for an active shooter situation.