For Non-Emergencies: (734) 763-1131
DPSS Division Office:(734) 763-8391
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University of Michigan
Division of Public Safety and Security
109 E. Madison St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2993

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About DPSS

The Division of Public Safety and Security (DPSS) is responsible for all police and security functions related to the University's Ann Arbor campus, including the University of Michigan Police Department, the Hospital and Health System Security Services, the Housing Security and Safety Services, the University Security Services, and other campus-wide security functions.

DPSS was created in October 2012 to unify security functions that previously were embedded and reporting within different University vice presidential areas. The unification is intended to develop a more integrated approach to safety and security, to improve efficacy and consistency in incident response protocols and procedures, and to continue to build partnerships that support campus safety across the insitution.

Emergency Alert: Fire reported in the P2 Hospital Structure

Aug. 20, 2015 - A fire occurred around 9:25 a.m. in the Taubman Parking Structure (P2) at 1600 East Medical Center Dr. The fire spread from one vehicle to several other parked vehicles before it could be controlled. The Ann Arbor Fire Department extinguished the fire around 9:45. There were no reported injuries.

East Medical Center Drive and other nearby streets were re-opened around 11:10 a.m. Portions of the P2 structure will remain closed for at least two days as cleanup and structural assessments are performed. Patient/visitor parking will be diverted to the P3 structure next door. Staff will be on scene to assist parkers.

Security Bulletin: Email Scams Circulating at U-M

Jun. 4, 2015 - More than 150 people at U-M have fallen victim to phishing e-mails, and revealed personal information such as name, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, UMICH passwords, and more this week.

Scammers are setting up fake Google Forms and sending phishing emails that link to the forms. Information and Technology Services is taking steps to deal with the attacks including working with the victims, and taking down the fake Google Forms as they are discovered.

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Crime alerts are issued when a crime is reported to law enforcement, either on or near campus, that in the judgment of the UMPD commanders constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat to the University community. The alerts are distributed via email to all U-M Ann Arbor students, staff and faculty; fliers posted around campus; email to non-campus subscribers; and this web site.

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