The NC State University Police department is dedicated to providing the University community with the highest level of service in identifying and preventing crime, but is also dedicated to providing a number of non-criminal services to the community.
Services we provide:
Wolf Guard ID Program
The Crime Prevention Unit of the Campus Police Department offers the WolfGuard ID Program to increase the chances that your valuables will be returned to you if they are stolen. This is accomplished by documenting the make, model, and serial numbers of your valuables, so that they can be entered into a national computerized database should they be stolen. Your items may also be engraved with your driver’s license number, which can ease the identification of your personal property if it is recovered. If you wish to take advantage of this service, you have several options. You can stop by the University Police Department weekdays between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. If you live on campus, you can also ask your Resident Adviser or the Crime Prevention Unit about setting up an Engraving Program for your Residence Hall or Residence area. If you are faculty or staff, you can contact the Crime Prevention Unit to request a time and date for an Engraving Program. If you do not wish to have your item engraved, but would like for your valuable’s information to be recorded, you can download the WolfGuard ID Form below, complete it, and email it to the Crime Prevention Unit.
WolfGuard ID Form
If you have any questions, please contact the Crime Prevention Unit by email or by phone at 919-515-5963.>
In conjunction with University Housing, the University Police Department provides a safety escort service to protect students, faculty and staff on campus between the hours of 10 pm and 4 am, as long as weather is safe for operation. In the hours prior to 10 pm, the police department encourages anyone travelling on campus to walk in well lighted areas with groups of people or to use the Wolfline Bus Service. Visit Wolfline to check schedules (and download them to smart phones) from the real-time bus locator system. To request an escort to an on-campus location, call 919-515-3000 or use a Blue Light Emergency Phone found at many locations across campus.
The Ride-Along Program is designed to increase understanding between Officers in the Campus Police Department and the University community. Officers are able to learn how they are viewed by students, faculty, and staff and the riders their awareness of law enforcement processes, problems, and operations. The Campus Police Department encourages the campus community to be interested and involved in the law enforcement process. Therefore, members of the campus community are permitted to ride in Department vehicles as passenger observers for civic or educational purposes. Participation in the Ride-Along Program is open to any interested individual who has a specific interest in campus policing (e.g. persons studying criminal justice or engaging in criminal research, visiting law enforcement officials, etc.)
The North Carolina State University Police Department, as part of its mission, provides education outside of the classroom. To further this mission, the police department has developed a Responsible Behavior Initiative (RBI). This proactive initiative will promote positive interactions between the campus community and the police, by emphasizing responsibility to oneself, to others and to the core values of North Carolina State University.
The overall goal of this initiative is to provide social education for what it means to be a responsible community See our brochure about the RBI program.963 or emailing at email@example.com
If you have lost property and you think it may be in the possession of the police department, please contact the Property officer at the email link below. You will need to show proof of ownership to have the items returned to you. The department’s Investigation Division can be reached at 919-515-2498 or emailed at Investigations@ncsu.edu. Anyone attempting to obtain property being stored by the NCSU Police Department must call 919-515-2498 to schedule an appointment to meet with a Investigation Division Officer prior to arriving at the NCSU Police Department. Other departments and buildings on campus maintain lost and found repositories If you have lost an item in a known area, please contact that entity’s lost and found administrator. If you are looking for an Item that was lost at either Carmichael Gym or D.H. Hill library you can use the below contact information to see if the item has been turned to their lost and found. Carmichael Gym Lost and Found 919-515-3508 DH Hill Library Lost and Found 919-515-3364 email: firstname.lastname@example.org