Nebraska Medicine Bellevue Campus
24/7 PatrolsProviding patrols of Nebraska Medicine Bellevue Campus buildings 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Public Safety is responsible for keys and card access additions/revocations for personnel, adjusting electronic door schedules, monitoring alarmed areas, and assisting the university in its access control needs.
Lost and Found
Public Safety maintains the Nebraska Medicine Bellevue Campus lost and found system. Our team will make every reasonable effort to identify and contact the owner of items turned in and return items to the owner. Contact our front desk at 402.763.3050.
Motorist AssistancePublic Safety provides assistance to motorists 24 hours a day. We can jump-start your vehicle, open a locked vehicle, assist with a tire change, or vehicles out of gas. Motorist Assistance is available to vehicles on-campus only.
Personal EscortsOfficers are available to escort individuals to/from campus buildings 24 hours a day.
Personal Safety ChecksIndividuals who work alone at night or outside standard business hours are able to contact Public Safety to request an officer to periodically check in while they are working.
Emergencies requiring police, fire, or medical aid should be reported by calling Public Safety at 402.763.3050.
When to Call
Crimes in progress and crimes that have just occurred should be reported immediately by dialing 402.763.3050 or 911.
Whenever possible, please have the actual victim or witness of the crime call directly. First-hand information is always more accurate and complete.
What to Say When You Call
The dispatcher will ask a series of questions and have officers respond to the appropriate area. Listen carefully to each question and try to answer it as best as you can. Do not hang up until the dispatcher tells you to do so.
Typical information the dispatcher may ask you includes:
Where did the incident occur? Include building and room area.
How long ago did the incident occur?
Give a brief description of what occurred.
Did the suspect(s) have any weapons?
Where and when was the suspect last seen?
Which direction was the suspect headed?
Was the suspect on foot or in a car?
What did the suspect look like (Gender, Race, Age, Height and Weight, Hair Color and Length, Clothing, Glasses/Facial Hair)?
Was the suspect carrying anything?
Vehicle description, color, make, model, and license plate
How to Report a Non-Emergency
Non-emergency calls may be reported by calling Public Safety’s front desk at 402.763.3050.
Threatening behavior should be reported to Public Safety as soon as possible.