The Stanford University Department of Public Safety provides many important safety and security publications as well as frequently used public safety forms online for your convenience.
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A comprehensive source of information about personal safety, property protection, and disaster preparedness.
The Video Surveillance Governance Group (VSGG), consisting of representatives from the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS), Office of Risk Management (ORM), and the Office of General Counsel (OGC) developed this document to provide written guidelines for the design, use, operation and maintenance of Video Surveillance Systems on the Stanford Campus.
In response to a recent rise in the reporting of identity theft known as "phishing" in the Stanford community, SUDPS has put together the above information on how to protect yourself from idenity theft and what to do if you are victimized by it.
These routes are recommended by the Department of Public Safety for their lighting, volume of traffic, and proximity to emergency phones.
For suggested night travel routes, please see the Night Travel Map.
Ensure that you are fully informed about the new cellphone laws. The CHP has provided a list of frequently asked questions concerning these new laws so that you can have a safer driving experience.
PUBLIC SAFETY FORMS
Several forms are available below in PDF format. You may download and print these forms and return the completed forms to the Stanford Department of Public Safety.
Forms may be returned:
Request for a Parking Citation Administrative Review (Parking Appeal)
Please refer to the link on the "Contact Us" web page for our new online parking appeal process.
If you have been involved in a collision where there was minor damage, where the parties have moved from the location of the accident, and you have the name(s) of the other party(ies) involved, you can complete and return this form. Upon receipt of this form, a case number will be assigned for your insurance purposes.
You may or may not be eligible to receive copies of Police Records. If you would like to obtain a copy of your police report you must complete this form and present it in person with your photo ID.
Note: if you have been arrested, you must go to the District Attorney's Office at 270 Grant Avenue in Palo Alto to obtain a copy of your report.
If you are required by an employer, a consulate, or embassy to obtain a letter from the local police department stating you are free of any police records, you must complete this form and present it in person with your photo ID to get your letter.
Campus Residents: If you are going to be away from your home for a period of time and wish the Department of Public Safety to check your home periodically, complete this form and return it to SUDPS (If you are a frequent traveler, please send us updated information on your absences).
The Stanford University Safety, Security & Fire Report on our website.
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