Safety and Risk Services

Safety and Risk Services, led by Chief Resilience Officer and Associate Vice President Andre Le Duc, is home to units charged with keeping our campus community safe and resilient.

UO Police Department

Matt Carmichael
Chief of Police

The University of Oregon Police Department's goal is to help create an exceptionally safe, secure campus for students, faculty and staff to focus on our core mission of instruction, research and public service. UOPD operates 24 hours a day, year-round.  Officers patrol the campus on foot, by bicycle and vehicle, and are responsible for campus safety, crime prevention and law enforcement.  UOPD serves campus with sworn police officers, as well as public safety officers, security officers, and civilian staff in a variety of roles.  For general information or routine service calls, call 541-346-2919.  In emergencies, dial 9-1-1.

Emergency Management and Fire Prevention

Krista Dillon
Operations Director for Safety and Risk Services

Emergency Management manages, coordinates, and supports a variety of emergency planning, training, and exercising functions. Together, these functions ensure the University can protect against, respond to, recover from, and ensure continuity after natural and human-caused emergencies.

Risk Management

Flo Hoskinson
Risk Manager

Risk Management leads efforts to protect the University’s assets by identifying, analyzing, and controlling exposures; mitigating risks; financing losses; and implementing and monitoring the risk management process.  Specific functions handled by Risk Management staff include claims processing, workers' compensation administration, and management of insurance policies.

Environmental Health and Safety (EHS)

Steve Stuckmeyer

EHS helps maintain a healthy and safe environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.  EHS staff members provide technical assistance and specialized knowledge; provide safety training; oversee compliance with applicable environmental, health and safety laws and rules and regulations; and work with the campus community to identify and resolve health, safety, and environmental issues.

Campus Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Ken Kato

Campus GIS maintains a university-wide enterprise geodatabase that connects the campus community to a room-level GIS. This system provides UO staff and managers with the ability to track infrastructure and assets including utility systems, hazardous materials, capital construction projects, and inpidual data/voice jacks and networks throughout all of the buildings and grounds on campus. Campus GIS maintains the base map for the campus and designs custom publication maps for the University of Oregon.