The LSUS Police develop the Emergency Procedures Guide, assign campus parking stickers, maintain the parking enforcement guidelines as well as enforce them. The Department is also responsible for the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report as required by The Clery Act.

If you are in need of assistance, please call 318-797-5082 during normal business hours or 318-455-5497 after hours. (We highly recommend students, faculty and staff save this number in their cell phone in case of an emergency.)

For information or questions, please contact LSUS Police Chief Allen Johnson at 318-797-5082 or

You can also follow the LSUS Police Department on Facebook

Crime stats information for our campus can be found at the bottom of this page.

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Got a parking ticket on-campus? If you would like to appeal the citation, please fill out our Parking Appeal Form. 

This manual provides essential information to guide you through various emergencies on campus. If you have any other questions about what to do during an emergency, please contact LSUS Police at 797-5082.

The Rave Guardian App helps keep you safe on campus by giving you direct connections to campus safety personnel, family, friends and others you trust. Search for "Rave Guardian" in the app store to download it today!

LSUS Crime Stats

Within the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report done by the LSUS Police Department, you'll find information about crimes on campus, how to report a crime or sexual misconduct on campus, and you'll find our policies, procedures and sanctions for those who commit a crime at LSUS.

Every crime should be reported to law enforcement officials as soon as possible. This is the most effective way to ensure the well being of the campus community. If this is not possible for some reason, the crime should be reported to one of the following: Dean of Students in the Division of Student Affairs, Student Development and Counseling, or to a faculty or staff member who the student is comfortable talking to about the crime.

Statistics are provided in compliance with the 1998 provisions of the Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act. For information related to crimes committed off the LSU Shreveport campus, please contact the Shreveport Police Department.

View our Crime Stats below.

Sexual Assault Collection Kits & Sexually-Oriented Criminal Offenses Data Collection Surveys