In an EMERGENCY DIAL 911

In the event of a Real Time Emergency/Disaster or Simulated Exercise see www.uvu.info for information on the current incident

UVU Police Dispatch 801-863-5555

To assist with communications in the case of an emergency UVU has implemented
an emergency text messaging system.

Opt-in to the Emergency Text Messaging Service

The system can also give you other notifications by text messaging if you choose.

This is an opt-in system. You may also choose to receive HIGH PRIORITY ANNOUNCEMENTS, STUDENT ACTIVITIES, etc. by text messaging. Please sign up!

To sign up for the system, click on the "Opt in" button to the left and fill out the form inside myUVU, or follow the instructions below.

  1. Go to Text Notifications in myUVU
  2. Enter your cell phone information
  3. Select the Opt-in feeds you would like to participate in
  4. Read the Terms of Participation
  5. Click the "I Accept" button
  6. Test the system by clicking on the "Test Your Text Messaging" button

To Unsubscribe:

  • Follow the steps above, but instead of clicking the "I Accept" button (in step 8), click on the "Delete" button at the bottom of the page.
  • Get more information about how to change your subscription or to unsubscribe completely, visit the Opt-out of Opt-in page.

Please send comments, suggestions and complaints to it@uvu.edu

 

Shooter Training Video

See the "Shots Fired On Campus" Video by clicking on the button below and then login.  Video will automatically load (be patient).

Watch Video

This is a 20 minute video that provides training in preparation and response to emergency shooter situations.

Safe Campus Live Training

To schedule live training for your employees call or email Robin Ebmeyer ext 7977 or Ashlee Larsen ext 8665

UVU "Safe Campus" training (Active Shooter)

Bomb Threat Checklist

WHILE THE CALLER IS ON THE PHONE:
  1. Remain calm.
  2. Keep the caller on the phone as long as possible.
  3. Get the attention of a co-worker if possible and have them use another phone to call University Police at 911.
  4. Write out the callers message in its entirety as accurately as possible.
  5. Get as much information as possible and fill out the threat card as completely and accurately as possible.
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