File A Report
All victims of crime are encouraged to report incidents to the police. Whether the crime occurred on the Texas Tech campus or within the City of Lubbock there are resources available to you. The sooner a crime is reported the sooner police can intervene, catch an offender and stop the potential victimization of others.
|TTPD 806.742.3931||Lubbock Police 806.775.2865||Lubbock County Sheriff's Office 806.775.1400|
TTU understands that not everyone is comfortable speaking with law enforcement and there are other avenues to report crimes and seek assistance. Some individuals may want to pursue justice though the legal system, while others are interested in personal restoration. You have options for reporting and you are not required to select just one as each option may offer a different type of resolution. You may also file a report on your own using one of the reports listed here. It is always best to report as soon as possible following an incident.
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If this is an emergency, dial 911.
Who can file a report?
Anyone may file a report, but TTU employees and campus security authorities are required to report to the University.
Will I get in trouble if I report an incident?
For a student who reports, in good faith, an alleged violation of this policy to a University employee, the University is required to include an amnesty and will not sanction the reporting student.
Where can I find the Sexual Misconduct Policy?