Report a Crime
- Call UniversityÌýPolice at 413-572-5262
- Fill out the form (can be anonymous)
- Report a Missing Person
Traffic & Parking
- Annual Clery Security and Fire Safety Report
In compliance with the CLERY Act, the department compiles and publishes campus crime statistics annually.
- Crime Log
Monthly report of criminal incidents on campus.
- Investigation of Missing Persons ("Suzanne's Law")Ìý
About the Department
The À¶Ý®ÊÓÆµ Police Department isÌýlocated on Western Ave. between the Commuter Lot and the main entrance to the university. The PoliceÌýDispatch Center is open 24/7 year-round and can be reached at 413-572-5262Ìý
The Department works to ensure a peaceful quality of life, establish a partnership with the community and support a safe learning environment through fair and impartial policing practices.
TheÌýDepartmentÌýisÌýcomprised of a Chief, Captain, 3 Lieutenants, 12ÌýPolice Officers,Ìý1Ìýfull-time Security Officer, 3Ìýpart-timeÌýSecurity Officers, 3ÌýDispatchers, 15 Student Safety AssistantsÌýandÌý1ÌýOffice Manager.Ìý
University Police Officers are empowered by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Laws and are certified under the Police Officer Standards and training Commission (POST). All officers enforce state laws, including motor vehicle laws, as well as university rules and regulations and have full powers of arrest.
As part of our Community Policing efforts, University Police Officers are available to instructÌýa variety of Crime Prevention and Safety programs for the WSU community such as,ÌýCPR/First Aid,ÌýRape Aggression Defense (RAD) andÌýRun-Hide-Fight. Officers also attend various events in the residential halls as part of our Adopt-A-Hall program.
If you have questions about decals and parking, dial 413-572-8731 or emailÌýparking@westfield.ma.edu
The OwlÌýshuttle provides transportation around campus for students, faculty and staff.ÌýÌý
Additional informationÌýabout the department can be found atÌýwestfield.ma.edu/offices/department-of-public-safetyÌý
The department is a division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs.
Interested in working for À¶Ý®ÊÓÆµ in the University Police Department? Full and part-time positions are available, including positions for students.
Student Threat Assessment Team (STAT)
This team is responsible for receiving and reviewing reports of potentially threatening, violent or alarming behaviors by any student of the University. To meet with the team or to report a concern, please contact the Dean of Students Office at 413-572-5425/5421.
University Police, White House
577 Western Ave
À¶Ý®ÊÓÆµ, MA 01086
University Police Staff
Dial X5262 on campus or (413) 572-5262 off-campus
Fax: (413) 572-5496
Hours of Operation
Dispatchers are on duty 24 hours a day.
General: M-F, 8:00am-4:00pm
Other important numbers:
- WSU Health Services: (413) 572-5415
- À¶Ý®ÊÓÆµ Police Department: (413) 562-5411
- À¶Ý®ÊÓÆµ Fire Department: (413) 562-2329
- Baystate Noble Hospital: (413) 568-2811
- Massachusetts State Police, Russell: (413) 862-3312
- Poison Control Center: (800) 962-1253