Programs & Services
The George Mason University Police Department's Color/Honor Guard provides its services for special events (i.e. sporting events, dinners, funerals). This unit is available for special events by contacting Sergeant Jackson at (703)993-2834 or by e-mail .
The George Mason University Police wants to remind faculty, staff, students and visitors to protect their identity. Identity theft is a growing problem in America. University Police officers are trained to handle incidents of identity theft. Contact University Police immediately for crimes occurring on University property. For ID theft prevention tips please click here.
Crime Prevention Services
A full-time University Police officer serves as a crime prevention officer, and conducts orientation sessions for new students, new employees, housing coordinators, and resident assistants on safety procedures and alcohol and drug awareness. Throughout the year, this officer and other police representatives are available to speak to interested groups of students, faculty, and staff on topics including sexual assault, dating safety, theft prevention, personal security, victim services, and alcohol and drug awareness. For more information about Crime Prevention, contact Detective Taylor at 703-993-9764 or by e-mail
The GMU Police is a member of the City/University Crime Solvers Program. Information reported to the police that leads to an arrest may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.
The George Mason Police Investigations Section maintains a confidential information phone line at 703-993-4111. Call the GMU Police Investigations Section at 703-993-2802 or "Crime Solvers" at 703-993-4111. The Crime Solvers website can be viewed here.
University Police provides fingerprinting services for George Mason University students, faculty, and staff, and their families. Persons requesting the service should provide the fingerprint cards and a photo ID. Please call 703-993-2810.
University Police will assist by engraving an identifier on personal items kept on and off campus. Items such as bikes, computers, radios, and stereo systems would qualify for this service. Call 703-993-9764 for further information and assistance. For further information about Operation Identification, view the brochures by clicking the following links.
Victim/Witness Assistance Program
University Police's Victim/Witness Assistance Program is designed to help students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the campus who become victims of crime. This help includes assisting victims and witnesses who need to report crimes, preparing them to testify against accused persons, escorting them to any and all court appearances, preparing status reports on cases, regaining property used as evidence during a trial, getting compensation for losses, and assisting with academic intervention as necessary. The department has personnel trained in counseling victims of crime. Also available are references for on and off campus legal, financial, medical, and psychological assistance. Call 703-993-2818.
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