Utah Tech University

Clery Act/Campus Safety

The Incident Reporting Form is designed to provide students, employees, faculty, vendors, visitors, or others with an on-line method to report specific information related to an alleged incident(s) of discrimination, harassment (including sexual misconduct), or retaliation.

You are not required to complete the entire form in order for the complaint to be submitted. The institution will use the information provided to begin an outreach, which may include contacting the complainant, if you provide contact information, and/or any potential witnesses. However, if the report does not contain specific information and the identities of those involved, the institution’s outreach, potential investigation and/or response may be limited.

Please review the institution’s Policy 154 for additional information on the reporting and grievance processes.

This report form does NOT go to the police department.  For police response follow these instructions:

For Emergencies, 24/7 CALL 911
Priority 1 – Emergencies or disasters with immediate danger to life, property, or the environment. The need for Police, Fire, EMS services include: threats to life or limb, medical/health emergencies, and crime-in-progress.

For Urgent Need of a Police Officer, 24/7 Police Dispatch CALL 435-627-4300
Priority 2 – Non-emergency incidents/accidents. This includes: investigations, interviews, witness contacts, lost property, vehicle and building lockouts, police escorts, petty theft, graffiti, roadway/traffic/parking problems.

For Police Records, General Information, Resources & Services, Monday – Friday, 9am to 5pm, CALL 435-652-7515 or email policerecords@utahtech.edu.
Priority 3 – General University information and services. This includes: victim advocacy, police records, fingerprinting, notary, Utah criminal history checks, complaints, and Safety & Risk Department assistance.



The Utah Tech University Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available online. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning fires in on-campus student housing facilities and concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Utah Tech University, and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also includes information on institutional policies and other materials concerning campus security and fire safety, including policies concerning student sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. If you have questions or would like to view a printed copy of the report, please contact Michael Pinegar, for Utah Tech University, 225 South University Ave., St. George, Utah 84770, michael.pinegar@utahtech.edu, 435-652-7619.

To view the Campus Crime Log visit: https://police.utahtech.edu/campus-safety-plan/crime-log/

Safety Plan
The Utah Tech University Campus Safety Plan is a reflection to the developed and implemented safety procedures that have been set in place. The plan provides an overview of the resources, timelines, and programming initiatives that support the safety and security of the University and its community.

Safety Plan Availability
The Utah Tech University Campus Safety Plan is available by clicking on the following link:
Campus Safety Plan

A hard copy of the plan may be printed directly from the website or requested from one of the following offices.

Utah Tech University – Dixie Campus
225 S. University Ave, St. George, UT 84770
Holland Library Building (Audit, Risk & Compliance)

Utah Tech University – Hurricane Campus
112 S. 700 W., Hurricane, UT 84737
Office #106


  • 2021 Revised Annual Security & Fire Safety Report (pdf)
    • Note: Utah Tech University identified a typographical error in its 2021 Annual Safety Report (ASR) after its publication. The 2019 total data reported for drug abuse and arrests for on-campus property and on-campus housing facilities were not combined. This typographical error has now been corrected in the 2021 Annual Security Report.

Campus Security Authority (CSA)
Individuals at the University who because of their functional role have an obligation to notify the University department responsible for collecting crime information (e.g., the campus police department) of alleged Clery Crimes that are reported to or witnessed by the CSA. CSAs include campus police employees and other persons who:

• Have responsibility for campus security but who are not employees of a campus police department or campus security department.

• Are specified in the campus ASR as an individual to whom students and employees should report criminal offenses; or

• Have significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including, but not limited to, student housing, student discipline, and campus judicial proceedings. The policies and procedures required to be listed in the ASR can be found in the Code of Federal Regulations: Title 34, Section 668.46 (b, c, q-k) and US Code Title 20, Section 1092(f)(1) and 1092(f)(8). These policies can also be found in the DOE Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Reporting.  Clery crimes include (but are not limited to):

Aggravated assault
Motor vehicle theft
Domestic violence
Sex offenses
Crimes that appear to be motivated by hate or bias (hate crimes)

CSAs can report online or by calling police dispatch at 435-627-4300.

While some employees are classified as CSAs, University employees have different reporting obligations to the Office of Equity/Title IX, depending on their job titles and duties, in how they are required to respond to disclosures of sexual misconduct.  For clarification, please contact the UT Title IX office at 435-652-7747 or titleIX@utahtech.edu.



*In Compliance with The Jeanne CLERY Act and Utah State Bill 134