University Police Department

Maintaining a safe and secure setting for all

The University Police Department (UPD) is responsible for law enforcement, security, disaster planning and emergency response at FGCU.  We work with the entire university community to provide a safe and secure environment that enables everyone to achieve their academic goals and enjoy the FGCU experience.

In addition to promoting crime prevention, we ensure safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic and assist in coordinating special events. 
We provide reliable high-quality professional service at all times.

Police Services

Serves the campus with 24-hour law enforcement services including Bike Unit, Investigations Unit, Community Relations Unit, and Patrol Unit.

Support Services

Serves the campus with a 24-hour Dispatch Center, Records Manager, Training Unit, Internal Affairs, Parking Services and Accreditation.

Clery Compliance

FGCU is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment for the entire campus community. Through training, educational awareness, and data-driven assessment, the University will remain vigilant in creating a campus culture where everyone can safely live, work, and thrive in the FGCU academic environment.

Meet UPD

UPD includes 21 sworn law enforcement officers and 13 civilian personnel in two divisions to serve and protect our campus.

Emergency Management

Prepares FGCU by enhancing partnerships and coordinating all activities to mitigate, protect, and prevent; respond to; and recover from natural, technological, and human-caused threats and hazards.

Alerts and Notices

The Police Department, in conjunction with other university departments or local law enforcement agencies will issue campus alerts and notices promptly when an incident occurs and is considered a serious or continuing threat to students or employees. 

Photo of two UPD officers walking on campus


University Police Department

Campus Support Complex (North Side)
10501 FGCU Blvd. S.
Fort Myers, FL 33965

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Police Emergency: 239-590-1900

Fire/Medical Emergency: 911

Non-Emergency: 239-590-1900

Fax: 239-590-1910