- Threats of any kind – real, false, implied, or perceived – against a person or property will not be tolerated.
- Residence hall staff are expected to always be cautious and respond to any knowledge of threat or injury to residents.
- Students who makes threats to others or to themselves can be assured that staff and possibly CSUPD will respond.
Stalking is a crime in the state of Colorado and is generally defined as willful and repeated following and harassment combined with a credible threat intended to cause the victim to be in fear for their safety. Stalking behaviors can affect the mental and physical health of the victim. Incidents of this kind should be reported immediately to the police. Don't hesitate to ask for help.
SafeWalk is a free service provided by the Colorado State University Police Department. A Community Service Officer (CSO) is available to walk you to and from any location on campus or the surrounding area from dusk until 1:00 a.m. during the fall and spring semesters*. To request a SafeWalk, locate any outdoor emergency service phone or call (970) 491-1155. To learn more visit police.colostate.edu/pages/safe-walk.aspx
*CSUPD officers are available outside of these hours.
Victim Advocates and Victim Assistance Team
Advocates are available to provide confidential crisis intervention and emotional support through the Women and Gender Advocacy Center. Advocates in the office are full time staff members dedicated to working with students who have experienced trauma. We provide information about academic, legal, medical, emotional, and student conduct resources to students dealing with stalking. We also offer support to secondary survivors, such as intimate partners, friends, family, and you.
Call (970) 491-6384 during business hours M-F. An advocate is available for walk-ins or scheduled appointments during business hours. All information shared with advocates is confidential unless the person is a danger to themselves, someone is in imminent danger, a child currently under 18 has been abused or if the perpetrator is currently in a position of power over minors (even if the survivor is over the age of 18). In addition, the 24-hour Victim Assistance Team is available to assist survivors of interpersonal violence and their loved ones. Call (970) 492-4242 and as to speak with an advocate.