YSU Police Department Mailing Address
YSU Police Department Mailing Address is, Youngstown State University Police Department, One University Plaza, Youngstown, Ohio 44555.
YSU Police Contact Information
On Campus Phones (Use these from any phone on campus)
- Emergency – 911
- YSUPD Communications Center – 3527
- Administration Office – 1986
- Campus Student Security Service – 1515
- Crime Prevention Resource Center – 1987
Off Campus Phones, Pay Phones or Cellular Phones
- Emergency – 911 (Connects you to City of Youngstown Communications Center)
- YSUPD Communications Center – 330.941.3527
- Administration Office – 330.941.1986
- Campus Student Security Service – 330.941.1515
- Crime Prevention Resource Center – 330.941.1987
YSU Police Department Email
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Community Helpline Services Number
National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
If you are having thoughts of suicide or experiencing overwhelming distress or a substance use crisis,
PLEASE CALL 988 NOW.
Report Bomb Threat
Use the given link to report: https://ysu.edu/ysu-police/bomb-threats
Can I file a complaint with the University and also with the police? Can I do one and not the other?
Yes, you can file a complaint with the University, or with the police, or both.
How long is YSU police academy?
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Peace Officer Training Academy’s requirements for peace/police officers are taught in the academy. The training academy at YSU consists of approximately 585 classroom hours (5 days a week, 8 hours a day for 15 weeks, plus a minimum of three weekends).
What time does the police station open at YSU?
The University Police Department is open 24 hours a day.
What is the phone number for YSU campus police?
CAMPUS CRIME ALERTS
If you have any information about these alerts, any other crime(s), or about the suspect(s) described in the alerts, please contact YSU PD at: (330) 941-3527.
If I report my assailant, I am afraid that I will be subject to retaliation from him/her or his/her friends. What kinds of protection can the University provide?
It is a violation of University policy and Title IX to retaliate either during or after the filing of a sexual misconduct complaint. If you believe that you are being harassed or retaliated against in any way as a result of alleging sexual misconduct, you should immediately notify the Title IX coordinator at 330-941-4629.
Source: YSU Police Department