Washington State University Spokane is committed to maintaining the safety of the students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the Riverpoint campus. As part of this commitment, the university has prepared this Campus Safety Plan, containing a comprehensive listing of university policies, procedures, statistics and information relating to campus safety, emergency management and the health and welfare of the campus community.

Communicating with the Campus and Public During Emergencies »
Campus Safety Plan Oversight »
Crime and Fire Statistics/Jeanne Clery Act »
WSU Spokane Demographics »
WSU Police and Campus Safety Services »
Preventing and Responding to Violence/Campus Emergencies »
Standards of Conduct and Policies »
Student Privacy »
Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence & Stalking »
Services for People with Disabilities and Special Needs »
Mental Health and Counseling »
Mutual Assistance & Memorandums of Understanding »
Institutional Compliance »

Principal administrative responsibility for campus safety and security lies with the Division of Business and Finance. The Division of Student Affairs, Equity and Diversity also has significant responsibilities in this area.

Many university units collaborate to address campus safety issues and needs through their programs. Together, these programs comprise the plan for maintaining a safe campus for all. Links to the web pages for each of these units can be found in the left sidebar for this page.