Director of Public Safety: Kurt Holden
Departments and Services
Wright State’s Department of Public Safety is comprised of the Wright State Police Department, Parking Services, Emergency Preparedness, and the Public Safety Service Center.
The Wright State Police Department, located on-campus at 118 Campus Services Building, provides the campus with 24-hour police services. The police department is staffed by full-time, sworn State of Ohio Peace Officers commissioned by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission. The police department has a Patrol Division, Administrative Division, Records Division, Investigations Unit, and a fully-operable Emergency Communications Center. All Wright State police officers have full police authority to enforce state laws, local ordinances, and university policies.
Parking Services, located in 065 Allyn Hall, manages and coordinates all of Wright State's employees, students, and guests' parking needs. The office strives to reduce parking congestion and improve pedestrian safety through the sale of permits and the enforcement of parking regulations.
Emergency Preparedness is a team effort through the collaboration of the Department of Public Safety and the Office of Environmental Health and Safety. This team focuses on the university’s readiness for emergencies by requiring coordination and integration of all activities to build, sustain, and improve the university’s capability to mitigate against, prepare for, respond to and recover from man-made and natural hazards and to cope with disasters.
Public Safety Service Center, located in 060 Allyn Hall, is the university’s centralized call center for all emergency and non-emergency incidents. In addition to being a public-safety answering point (PSAP) for the university, the Public Safety Service Center is responsible for alarm monitoring, contractor key sign-outs, lost and found, and university work orders.
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
Wright State University's Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (PDF) is an annual report that includes crime statistics and prevention information to assist students in making decisions that affect their personal safety and that are required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. This report also includes fire safety and policy information for Wright State's residence halls as required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.
Crime and Fire Log Report
Wright State University is a safe place to work, reside, and receive a quality education. We pride ourselves in providing a safe and secure environment. However, there are times that we do have crime and it is our duty to ensure it is accurately reported.