Emergencies

From your cell, call 413-545-3111 (UMPD emergency) for the quickest response. From campus landline phones, dial 911. (Auto connects to UMPD.) Or use a Help Phone.

Non-Emergency: 413-545-2121

Leave a message on our confidential Tips Line 413- 577-TIPS (8477) or use our Anonymous Witness Form.

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We notify you of alerts by email to your network address, by text messaging (sign-up required) and through our outdoor sirens and PA system. How to sign-up for text alerts.

Hello UMPD! My name is XXXXX, and I am a freshman here at UMass. I recently applied to several jobs on the UMass Student Job Board, including the one labeled "Office Assistant" below in search of an on-campus job this semester. The man I emailed had a strange email address, but I ignorantly thought nothing of it. I believed the job to be simple work in an office environment, organizing files and delivering mail. However, I received an email from the man called Jordan David today explaining that the job was more of a personal assistant job, picking up groceries and sending/delivering mail to...

The Amherst and The University of Massachusetts Police Departments will host their annual Youth Adventure Academy Monday, July 22nd through Friday. July 26th 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.The cost is FREE and academy size is limited to 20 youth, so preference will be given to Amherst residents and Umass affiliated families (ex. parent/guardian are employees or students at UMASS).   Similar to a Citizens Police Academy, students will attend morning classroom sessions held at both the Amherst and Umass Police Departments with lectures, role-plays and interactive demonstrations by Amherst and...

Below is an account of an incident that happened to a UMass student today. Be advised that NO Police Department will ever call you and request/demand money over the phone. If this happens to you please contact your local Police Department.    Hi, I am a student at UMass and I would like to report a scam phone call I received today. The call came from the number 508-xxx-2222.   When I answered, a person with Indian accent introduced himself as an officer with the Middleborough police department saying that someone had filed charges against me. The person knew my first and last name. He then...

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CONTACT

UMPD
585 East Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA 01003-9600

umpd@admin.umass.edu
413-545-2121 non-emergency
413-545-3111 emergency or 911
413-545-3113 fax

Tips

Call 413-577-TIPS (8477) or use our Anonymous Witness Form.