The KSU Department of Public Safety provides a variety of services. Please select an option below in order to expand it and find additional information and links for each.
Office of Victim Services
The Kennesaw State University Office of Victim Services (OVS) seeks to ensure that the victims of crime at Kennesaw State University become an integral part of the criminal justice system. Through education on the rights and services available to KSU crime victims, collaboration with the KSU Department of Public Safety and University Police, and the Cobb County judicial system, the KSU OVS believes that the voices of KSU crime victims will become a necessary component of the justice system in this state.
Permanent Medication Disposal Drop Box
Kennesaw State University Police Department encourages safe and responsible disposal of unwanted medication by maintaining a permanent medication disposal drop box. This convenient, safe, and secure drop box is open to anyone in the community.
Unwanted or expired medication, over-the-counter medicines, ointments, prescription patches, inhalers, aerosols, EpiPens, and pet medications can be disposed of in the drop box located in our Kennesaw Campus KSU Police Department lobby.
Do not place needles, lancets, illegal drugs, or non-pharmaceutical items, such as thermometers or hydrogen peroxide, in the drop box.
Anyone with questions is asked to call 470-578-2756. The GPS address for the Kennesaw Campus KSU Police Department is 351 Paulding Ave. Kennesaw, GA 30144.
CERT - Community Emergency Response Team
CERT is a critical program in the effort to engage everyone at Kennesaw State in making their communities safer, more prepared, and more resilient when incidents occur. CERT is a nationwide training program supported by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. KSU’s Department of Public Safety and the Office of Emergency Management actively supports the expansion of CERT training at both the Kennesaw and Marietta Campuses. Kennesaw State is one of only three universities in the State of Georgia to have a federally-recognized CERT team.
Law Enforcement Education Program (L.E.E.P.) - COMING SOONCOMING SOON
IP Security Camera and Duress Alarm Installations
DPS manages the installation of security cameras and reviews duress alarm installation requests in accordance with approved plans, CPTED survey findings, physical security principles, loss prevention requirements and business case criteria.
R.A.D. Self Defense
Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) is a simple yet affective self-defense class. Courses consist of a lecture portion, which focuses on Risk Awareness, Risk Reduction, and Risk Avoidance, followed by hands on tactical training. The techniques taught are designed to be quick and effective in delivering pain to vulnerable locations on the attacker’s body. Courses are designed such that women, men, and elderly of all fitness levels and ages will be successful in learning options to escape attacks. Please contact Heather Tucker for more information.
DPS conducts periodic Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) surveys on selected facilities at the direction of the Chief of Police. These assessments look at lighting, landscaping, fencing, cameras and other natural and mechanical safety measures that can enhance safety and reduce the fear of crime.
Request a Police Report/Accident Report
Incident Reports to include arrests or citations as well as accident reports can be provided to you upon request. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including your name, case number (if you have this), and your date of birth.
Please note that requests may take up to three business days to process. If you have any problems or have further questions, please contact our Records Department at 470-578-6396.
Safe Walk Escorts
Our Department offers two service options for safety escorts to students, staff, or faculty members who feel unsafe walking from one place to another on KSU's campuses. The primary option for Safe Walk is a virtual escort through the LiveSafe Campus Safety app, (https://livesafe.kennesaw.edu). The app allows you to have a friend or family member of your choosing monitor your walk. The Safe Walk service on the LiveSafe app even works for off-campus locations.
For a traditional escort between locations on campus, simply call the KSU DPS non-emergency number 470-578-6206 to request a safety escort at the time the escort is needed.
Lost and FoundPlease visit the Student Center room 274 or call 770-423-6280 for more information on recovering lost items.