Iliff has always been concerned with the safety of students, employees, visitors, and their physical possessions on campus. Over the years, Iliff has responded to changes in the social environment and attitudes toward crime by improving security, increasing the presence of officers of DU's Campus Safety Department, and increasing the crime awareness of Iliff community members and suggesting what they can do to avoid becoming a victim.
All crimes and emergencies should be reported to the Department of Campus Safety at the University of Denver (DU Campus Safety) by calling 303-871-3000. The Denver Police Department can also be contacted by calling 911 to report crimes in progress or other emergencies. DU Campus Safety provides law enforcement and security services on the Iliff Campus and contacts the Denver Police Department when appropriate. During the first month of the fall quarter, Iliff makes crime-prevention literature available in the Iliff Hall lobby. The literature is produced with the assistance of the DU Campus Safety and focuses on safety on a college campus. All visitors to Iliff must sign in at the front desk while they are on campus. Visitors should sign out when leaving the campus. Students should carry their IDs with them any time they are on the Iliff campus.
Everyone in the Iliff community will automatically receive an email for emergency alerts. These email alerts will be sent when Iliff and/or DU has an emergency situation. There is no sign up required for email alerts. However, there is a sign-up in order to receive SMS Text and Voice Call alerts. As a way of enhancing communications at Iliff and ensuring our collective safety, students are encouraged to sign up for e2Campus SMS Text and Voice Call alerts: General Emergency Alerts.
In accordance with The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Iliff Annual Security Report is available at: http://www.iliff.edu/learn/the-iliff-experience/security-and-fire-report.