If you feel your immediate safety is threatened, don’t hesitate to call 911.
If you believe you or someone you know may be the victim of a crime, you can contact us 24 hours a day to file a report. Even if our office is closed, please call 312-329-4357 or dial “HELP” (x4357) from any campus phone and we will have a full-time officer meet you to take a report as soon as possible. We can also assist you in filing a police report with the Chicago Police Department if needed.
You can also dial “TIPS” (x8477) from any campus phone to leave an anonymous crime tip at any time.
Reporting Sensitive Crimes
We value your privacy and personal dignity. We also understand that some crimes are more difficult to report than others. Your personal information is always confidential and the details of your report will only be made available to select campus officials as needed to provide you with the appropriate resolution for your situation.
If you want to report a possible Title IX violation, but do not feel comfortable speaking with a member of our department, you may also make a report to a representative of the Institute’s Title IX team. For more information, please see Moody’s Title IX page at www.moody.edu/titleix/