Campus Crime Alerts
The Trinity University Police Department posts community crime alerts whenever incidents occur. Please contact University Police immediately at 210-999-7070 should you:
- Observe any suspicious activity
- Have any information regarding any of these cases and incidents
- Wish to share any other information
Be aware of your surroundings
Report any suspicious activity to TUPD immediately
Never attempt to engage with persons involved in criminal activity
Do not leave valuables in the open or in your vehicle
Lock your vehicle when not in use
ELERTS to report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a dayUse
Do not leave your drinks unattended
Do not send financial information to suspicious or unknown email addresses
Community Crime Alert - September 29, 2020
After continued investigation, TUPD has identified the suspect in the City Vista vehicle burglaries. The suspect is Stacy Pulido, Hispanic female, approx. 38 years old, reddish dark hair. Should you encounter the suspect, contact TUPD. Do Not Approach. Criminal charges are pending.
Community Crime Alert - September 17, 2020
The Trinity University Police Department received a report of a community member who became the victim of a scam after responding to a suspicious email from paulshawn22 (outlook.com) that contained a job offer as a personal assistant. No legitimate employer or company will ever ask you to transfer money or pay to get hired. If the company asks you to forward or wire money it's a major red flag, and you should stop all communication. Please visit https://www.ic3.gov/preventiontips.aspx for additional tips and information.
Should you receive any suspicious emails or have any information in relation to this scam, please contact University Police at 210-999-7070.
Community Crime Alert - September 16, 2020
The Trinity University Police Department received reports of three bicycle thefts and two attempted bicycle thefts from Calvert Hall, Verna McLean Hall, and North Hall. One suspect was male with dark hair, a beard, and a mustache. He was wearing a dark t-shirt with white lettering on the front, blue jeans, sneakers, and a backpack. The other suspect was male and darker-complected. He was wearing a dark-colored hat, dark shirt, dark pants, and red athletic shoes.
Registering your bicycle with TUPD increases the odds of having your bicycle returned and apprehending the suspect(s).
Community Crime Alert - August 24, 2020
The Trinity University Police Department received a report of three vehicles that were broken into in the City Vista parking garage on August 17, 2020, between the hours of 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. TUPD received a report of four additional vehicles that were broken into on August 23, 2020 between the hours of 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. All of the vehicles affected appeared to have been left unlocked. The suspect for both dates is an older female, 30-40 years of age, reddish hair that goes past her shoulders. She possibly drives a black Lexus 4-door, no front plates. On August 23, she was seen with a male suspect.
Community Crime Alert - August 17, 2020
On March 6, 2016, the Trinity University Police Department received a report of a sexual assault that occurred in a residence hall on the Trinity campus. The student and suspect are acquaintances.
Crime Alert Archive
To view older crime alerts, please consult TUPD’s crime alert archive.