As different departments, colleges, and organizations across Michigan State University celebrate Pride Month, MSU Police and Public Safety is raising awareness through education. The department just finished its second in-service training of the year on June 14, with one of the sessions highlighting an important group within the LGBTQ+ community: Transgender people. The training, titled Transgender 101, was led by Petra Grivins, a long-time MSU employee. Ms. Grivins began her presentation by explaining her numerous roles that she’s held throughout her career in public safety. However, she says her accolades are often diminished when people find out that she’s a transgender woman. “Transgender people are a minority of minority groups, and as such have an uphill battle pushing against the misconceptions and hate directed their […]Read More about MSU DPPS hosts inclusivity training during Pride Month
The Parking Office is closed to in-person traffic. All services, with the exception of bike impound and tow releases, are available online or over the phone from 8:00am-4pm, Monday – Friday, excluding university holidays. Employee permits and Student permits are sold online only. On-call permits, temporary employee permits, motorcycle, and special parking permits are sold over the phone.
Refer to the signs posted at the ENTRANCES of campus lots for general parking requirements and restrictions. All parking areas are either restricted or require payment per existing posted regulations and times.
The Clery Act requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses. MSU Police maintains a public log of all crimes reported to it, or of which it is made aware.Clery Crime & Fire Log
MSU, in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy & Campus Crime Statistics Act and the Higher Education Opportunity Act, has published this document to provide its students and employees with an overview of the University’s security and safety resources, policies, and procedures.
Security & Fire Safety Report
An active violence incident is an ongoing assault with a weapon causing death or serious injury of multiple victims in a populated area. These incidents can strike anytime, anywhere, or anyone. Take the time to be prepared.Active Violence Incident Safety Planning Tools