Below, check out the Clark University Police Department services available to the campus community.
Clark University Rapid Response
Clark University Rapid Response: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the student-run emergency medical squad is not currently in operation.
University police details are processed through the Events Planning Office at 1-508-793-7471. A university police presence may be required at large venues, events where alcohol is being served, and/or events requiring money transports.
Appointments may be made for fingerprinting by calling the Clark University Police Department at 1-508-793-7575.
First Week Orientation
Officers meet with all incoming students to present campus safety information and crime prevention tips and discuss services offered by the Clark University Police Department. This session is mandatory for all first-year students.
The Clark University Police Department offers safety cruiser and foot escorts to students outside of Student Safety Escort Service’s (SESS) operating hours.
University police officers patrol the campus and surrounding areas on foot, in cruisers, and on bicycles 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
The Clark University Police Department offers safety workshops throughout the year.
Vehicle and Room Lockouts
If you are locked out of your room and cannot reach a roommate or suitemate, please contact Residential Life and Housing (RLH) at 1-508-793-7453. If a resident advisor (RA) is not available, contact Clark University Police at 1-508-793-7711. RLH has implemented a policy regarding consecutive room lockouts:
- First lockout is no charge.
- Second lockout results in a meeting with the hall director.
- Third lockout results in a $25 fee.
Contact RLH with any additional questions. Please remember that due to emergency calls for service, officer response time may not be immediate.
You also may contact University Police if you are locked out of your vehicle; the dispatcher can contact AAA or a local tow company to assist you. Also, please note that officers are not trained/certified in vehicle lockouts so if you wish to have officers proceed in gaining access to your vehicle, they cannot be held liable for any damage that could occur.