Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD) provides a range of crime prevention programs and services for members of the campus community, in coordination with other offices as needed, designed to enhance personal safety, prevent and deter crime, and respond to incidents.
volunteer for full scale exercise
The Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD) will be holding a full-scale exercise to simulate and active shooter on campus. The exercise will also involve the Metropolitan Police Department and the D.C. Fire and EMS Department.
GUPD needs 20 student volunteers to play victims, witnesses and bystanders to help make the exercise a success.
Here is what you need to know:
Date: Tuesday March 5, 2019
Time: 7:30 am to 11:30 am
Where: On the Georgetown Main Campus
What: Volunteers needed to be victims, witnesses, and bystanders
What you will receive: Breakfast, Lunch and an Epicurean Gift Card provided
The Georgetown University Police Department and the Student Safety Advisory Board are pleased to offer Basic Self-Defense Courses. This 4 hour workshop includes both information on risk reduction as well as instruction of a number of hands-on techniques. Please click here to sign up for one of the upcoming classes below.
The next available classes will be conducted on:
- 02/27/19 6pm - 10pm (coed)
- 03/16/19/ 11am - 3pm (female only)
04/17/19 11am - 3pm (female only)
Crime Prevention Services
The Georgetown University Police Department offers a variety of crime prevention services, including safety presentations and security assessments. The department also sponsors Personal Safety Week and self-defense workshops.
Community Liaison Officers
The Community Liaison Officers are assigned to individual residence halls. These officers serve as the main points of contact for the students and Residence Life staff of their assigned buildings.
Laptop & Equipment Registration
The Georgetown University Police Department offers laptop computer registration services designed to help prevent thefts and assist in the recovery in cases of theft.
Bicycle registration is not required in the District of Columbia. However, GUPD maintains an ownership log and invites you to register your bicycle so that you can be contacted if your bicycle is returned to or recovered by GUPD after a theft. GUPD recommends the use of U-locks with steel cuffs, which can be purchased at the station.
Student guards play an integral role in protecting the campus community. They supplement security guards at the entrances to residence halls and other facilities to help maintain security and enforce building access policies.