At UH Mānoa, your safety is a top priority. Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day by vehicle and bike and on foot.
Safety escorts are available after dark, the Mānoa Guardian app for smartphones is designed to allow users quick and easy contact with DPS officers, and Emergency Call Boxes are located throughout campus for your safety and protection.
To report an emergency:
- Dial 911 for the Honolulu Police Department
- Dial 956-6911 for the Department of Public Safety
- Pick up one of the on-campus Emergency Call Boxes to talk to a dispatcher
In the event of an emergency on campus, the Emergency Information日本一本道a不卡免费 page provides information about the nature of the incident, how to remain safe, and when status has returned to normal.
日本一本道a不卡免费Emergency information is also available by phone at (808) 956-0001.
The Department of Public Safety provides a number of services to the community. For additional information on the services listed below, visit the Department of Public Safety website.
If you have information about a crime, let the Department of Public Safety know with this online form.
Emergency Call Boxes
Emergency Call Boxes located throughout campus. In case of an emergency, these call boxes connect you directly to the DPS dispatcher. To activate the call box, simply pick up the handset. DPS will immediately identify your location even if you are unable to communicate verbally with the dispatcher.
The Department of Public Safety provides transportation or a walking escort from dusk to dawn for anyone walking alone on campus at night. Call 956-SAFE(7233) to request an escort. The escort will either accompany you on foot or transport you in a Campus Safety vehicle to any UH日本一本道a不卡免费 Mānoa parking lot or facility.
The Mānoa Guardian app for smartphones is designed to allow users quick and easy contact with DPS officers, and has additional features for increasing safety on campus. Using Mānoa Guardian, you can set a Safety Timer session, place a call to UH Mānoa Department of Public Safety, or send a tip to the UH日本一本道a不卡免费 Mānoa Department of Public Safety.
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