Emergency Call Boxes
Call boxes are located outside the front of the Woodland Building, Lares Building, near the Tennis Courts, in Lot H, and below the Rydal Building. Call boxes connect directly to the 911 center and are only for emergencies. If you need to speak to a campus police officer, please call 215-881-7575.
Escort Service/ Safe Walk
For students, staff, and faculty working late on campus, campus police can escort you to vehicles and campus residences. An officer will be glad to ensure that you arrive safely at your on-campus destination.
Lost and Found
Items that have been lost, stolen, or unclaimed on campus should be brought and reported to Penn State Abington Lost and Found services located at our office in Rydal 107.
All Penn State Abington Officers on campus are certified in first aid for medical emergencies. Officers carry an AED and medical bag with them in their patrol vehicles.
Reporting a Crime
University Police investigate any crime that occurs on campus. If you see a crime in progress or if you're a crime victim, please contact University Police immediately.
If your locks are frozen, you lock your keys in your vehicle, or you need a jump start, our campus police officers will be happy to help you.
Child Passenger Safety Seat Checks
University Police provides Child Passenger Safety Seat Checks by a nationally certified Child Passenger Safety (CPS) technician at Penn State Abington. The Child Passenger Safety (CPS) technician uses their considerable knowledge and expertise at a variety of community-based activities, such as child safety seat checks, where parents and caregivers receive education and hands-on assistance. CPS technicians also keep up-to-date on the latest technical information about child passenger safety through seminars and other continuing education opportunities.
Child Passenger Safety (CPS) seat checks are completed by an officer at the Abington campus by appointment or at a community-based event only. Please contact University Police to schedule an appointment.