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A Message from the Chief of Police

It is the mission of the Clark University Police Department to build relationships of trust and confidence between our department members and our community members. The Clark University police officers are sworn to protect the rights of all people. This is true regardless of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender nonconformity, or disability. We take that responsibility seriously and to that end, we have internal processes in place to promote police employee accountability.

In order to maintain citizen confidence in the department, we have several ways a citizen can file a complaint. All complaints will be investigated thoroughly and in accordance with university and state guidelines.

We also welcome commendations for our police employees who have admirably performed their duties. We encourage input from our community members which helps us evaluate our performance and maintain high standards.

Possible Ways to File a Complaint Against a University Police Officer

  • Call 1-508-793-7575 and ask to speak to a supervisor.
  • Walk in to the University Police office and ask to speak to a supervisor.
  • Email University Police at
  • Below, fill out the complaint/commendation form against a University Police Officer, which is sent to Chief of Police, Lauren Misale; Executive Vice President/CFO, Danielle Manning; Associate Vice President/CHRO, Randi Nichols, and Director of Human Resources, David Everitt.
  • This form is not intended to report a crime or safety concern. To report such instances, please contact University Police at 508-793-7575. 
  • If at any time you are not comfortable filing your complaint with University Police, please contact Human Resources directly.