Where’s Your Mask, Leeroy?
Don’t be like Leeroy! Be sure to wear your mask and follow all campus safety measures to protect yourself and the Trinity community.
Listen to a conversation about TUPD’s policing philosophy, responses to recent police violence, services, and campus safety measures.
Trinity students, faculty, and staff members can access these videos on TLearn.
360° Stay Safe at College is a program that helps students learn to take more responsibility for their personal safety and security.
Shots Fired on Campus is a dynamic training program designed to instill a survival mindset and teach realistic strategies for dealing with an active shooter situation on campus.
ELERTS Campus is a powerful safety tool that allows users to call TUPD, report incidents around campus, and access safety escort services.
Some of the benefits of the ELERTS system include:
Student representatives provide courtesy escorts after dark to any dorm or parking lot on campus. Call 210-999-7070 from any campus phone to request an escort.
Interested in becoming a Tiger Tracks driver? Contact Lieutenant John Rowse at email@example.com or call the TUPD dispatch center at 210-999-7070.
Please register your bike (requires log-in to Tmail) with TUPD immediately. Keep a personal record of your bicycle information (i.e. serial number and complete physical description) to use in the event your bike gets stolen.
Always use an approved tamper-proof security lock to secure your bicycle to a fixed object (i.e. a bicycle rack). Never secure a bicycle to itself, where it can be carried away.
Facilities Services handles most normal service requests Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. by generating a work order ticket from emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To submit an emergency work order after business hours or during the weekend, please call the Trinity University Police Department at 210-999-7070.
Trinity University has a lot of pedestrian traffic on campus, and pedestrian safety is one of the University’s top concerns. Traffic control and enforcement is the responsibility of University Police Officers. Violations, including moving violations, are subject to University Citations and/or Justice of the Peace Citations.
The campus speed limits are 15 miles per hour on the roadways and 5 miles per hour in the parking lots.
If you are involved in a car accident on campus, call 210-999-7000 (emergency) or 210-999-7070 (non-emergency) to report it. Be sure to state how many vehicles were involved, any injuries, and the location of the accident.
To learn more about parking at Trinity University, please consult the Parking Services webpage.