Miami is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students and members of the university community. While Miami's campus is relatively safe, crime does occur on campus. Each member of the university community has a responsibility to contribute to the well-being of the community.
Everyone must participate in crime prevention efforts and develop good personal safety habits, including the following:
Additional crime prevention tips are provided by the Miami University Police Department.
The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is prepared to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistic Act as well as the Higher Education Act.
Emergency Procedures provide guidance for individuals in the event of a natural disaster or large scale emergency while on one of Miami’s campuses
The Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence Protocol provides information resources regarding sex-based offenses and other Title IX offenses.
The Miami University Police Department (MUPD) is a full-service police agency. In addition to the police headquarters located on Oxford-Trenton Rd., two substations on the Oxford campus (King Library and Yager Stadium) allow campus police to be more accessible and available to meet and interact with students.
Miami Police promote campus safety and work to deter crime in numerous ways, including offering training programs. Details can be found on the MUPD campus safety website, http://www.miamioh.edu/police/safety-tips-resources-and-services.
The Environmental Safety and Risk Management (ES&RM) Office works to create and maintain a safe and healthy learning and work environment. ES&RM promotes campus safety by encompassing educational, residential, recreational and support services, and our natural resources in support of Miami University's academic mission. The office is located in 55 Hughes Hall on the Oxford Campus.