April 20, 2021
We stand with you in response to guilty verdicts for Derek Chauvin. As President Fenves said in his message, the tragic murder of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer moved many to speak out, take action, and inspire change.
We also know that many are hurting.
Several resources are available to the Emory community through Campus Life; Counseling and Psychological Services; the Faculty Staff Assistance Program; the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; and the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life.
You also have EPD’s support. We are committed to creating a safe and inclusive campus through transparency, increased communication, and a consistent review of our policies.
Building trust begins with us. We’re here for you.
- Emergency Service 404.727.6111 (or 911) | TDD/TTY: 404.320.1024
- Non-emergency service 404.727.8005
- Daily Crime Log
- EPD Policies on Use of Force
- Crime statistics
- Commendation/Complaint Form
- EPD Tips Line: 404.727.TIPS or 404.727.8477
- Request a security escort from a police officer 404.727.8005
- Request SafeRide service by visiting the SafeRide webpage or calling 404.727.7555.
The mission of the Emory University Police Department, a subdivision of Emory's Business and Administration Division, is to provide professional police services in partnership with the community we serve.
We learned long ago that we cannot accomplish our goal without the cooperation and assistance of other members of the community. I am proud to lead this group of dedicated professionals committed to providing a safe and secure living, learning, and working environment.
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Atlanta, GA 30322
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Monday - Friday
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Oxford, GA 30054
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Atlanta, GA 30308