LiveSafe is an app for the Georgetown University community that provides a direct connection to campus police so that everyone can easily communicate all their safety needs. Its easy-to-use features help you and your friends stay safe every day, and enable GUPD to better protect you.
The Georgetown University Police Department provides professional event security services for student, staff, and faculty events. When planning your next departmental function or event for your organization, keep security in mind. Contact one of our dedicated staff for more details at 202-687-4343 or get started right away by submitting a request form today.
Request a Report
To request a report, please print and fill the Request for Police Records form.
Lost and Found
The Georgetown University Police Department maintains a repository of lost and found items. Members of the university community may report lost items, turn items in, or claim belongings in person at the GUPD office in 116 Village C West or by calling 202-687-4343 Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SafeRides & Individual Escorts
The SafeRides program aims to provide a safe alternative to walking alone at night for Georgetown University staff, students and faculty. Walking or bicycle escorts from GUPD are also available for individuals.
Neighborhood Shuttles operate during the academic year along three routes to and from the main gates of campus (37th and O Streets) in continuous loops through Burleith and West Georgetown, and along M Street.
Emergency phones, intercoms and call boxes are located throughout the Georgetown campus. Call boxes, easily identified by a bright blue light on top of them, are situated at strategic locations throughout campus for emergency use.
Sexual Assault Services
The Georgetown University Police Department works with Health Education Services' Sexual Assault Services Coordinator other entities to respond and report incidents of alleged sexual assault in a manner that is supportive of the complainant. The Georgetown University Police Department also works with Health Education Services to conduct sexual assault training for students and members of the university community throughout the year.