Providing patrols of UNO 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.
We provide a fingerprinting service for individuals who require fingerprints for local, state and federal positions and for children of students, staff, faculty and alumni.
Lost and Found
Public Safety maintains the university's lost and found system. Items are kept for 30 days and then donated to charity or destroyed. Contact us at 402.554.2776 to inquire about lost items.
Public 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 are available to vehicles on campus only.
Your TV, computer or other personal belongings may be engraved to help find them in the event that they are lost or stolen. Visit the Public Safety office to check out an engraver and instructions on how to engrave your personal property.
Personal Emergency Messages
Should your family need to contact you in case of an emergency while you are on campus, they can contact Public Safety at 402-554-2648 to deliver a message.
Officers are available to escort individuals to/from campus buldings 24 hours a day.
Personal Safety Checks
Individuals 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 you are working.
Register Your Property
Register your bike and/or electronics with UNO Public Safety. This will help us in locating your property if they are ever lost or stolen.
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