The Office of Public Safety provides a staff of armed officers who monitor and patrol the campus twenty-four hours a day. The primary responsibility of these officers is to protect the life and property of students, faculty, staff, and visitors. However, the Office is also responsible for enhancing students’ educational experiences by providing information sessions and workshops on safety and security that will help them lead safe, healthy, and productive lives.
All of Dillard University’s officers are licensed and certified by the Louisiana Board of Private Security Examiners and commissioned by the City of New Orleans.
Emergencies: (504) 816-4911, or 4911 on campus
Non-Emergencies: (504) 816-5310, or 5310 on campus
Main Office: (504) 816-4775, or 4775 on campus
Gentilly Gardens (rear of library)
Public Safety Documents:
ID Badge Policy
2011 Security & Fire Report
2012 Security & Fire Report
2013 Security & Fire Report
2014 Security & Fire Report
Campus Parking Info
Campus Parking Map
REM4 Emergency Management
Dillard University is on the leading edge of emergency management and campus safety. They have joined with REM4 to take the University Emergency Operating Procedures and move them out of three ring binders and onto the smartphones and ipads of the University Executive team. REM4's technology places all critical emergency operations information into the hands of the University Emergency Management team at all times. The REM4 applications enhance the Universities ability to access critical information at any time and to alert others when needed. Information flow to DUPD and the executive team is further enhanced with the REM4 Notifeye app. All staff and students can "See Something, Say Something" in a discrete and confidential manner with the new REM4 Notifeye app. To learn more about the REM4 products, visit www.rem4.net.
STATEMENT CONFIRMING INCIDENT ON DILLARD UNIVERSITY'S CAMPUS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 2, 2015
NEW ORLEANS, LA - Dillard University is confirming a report of an incident that occurred on campus last night. The matter is being jointly investigated by Dillard University Police Department and New Orleans Police Department. The University is working with the two students involved to ensure their safety as well as the safety of the entire Dillard community.
The safety of the University’s students, staff and faculty is paramount; and to that end, all precautions are being taken continually.