LSUE Police
LSUE Police

LSUE Police & Security Office: (337) 550-1225 • EMERGENCY: DIAL 911

The LSUE Police & Security Office is located in the Science Building Room 145.

With the assistance and guidance of the LSU Police Department in Baton Rouge, LA, the LSUE Police Department was established effective October, 2015. 

The LSUE Director of Police reports to the Chancellor of LSUE.  LSUE Police works closely with local public safety agencies, as well as other police departments throughout the LSU campuses to enhance the safety and security of the campus.

Presently having two police officers (one of which is the LSUE Director of Police), the LSUE Police Department looks to expand the number of police personnel in the future to serve the LSUE community. LSUE Police Officers are Louisiana POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training) certified and commissioned with statewide arrest authority per Louisiana Revised Statute 17:1805, as will all future LSUE Police Officers. The LSUE Director of Police, and future officers, receive training that exceeds state standards and will maintain open communication with our community while continuously striving to promote safety and crime prevention.

Another component to LSUE Police/Security are the Campus Security Officers who work under the supervision of the LSUE Director of Police.  Campus Security provides a range of services, including dissemination of public safety information, emergency response, crime prevention services, as well as parking enforcement and physical security checks of the campus.

LSUE Police and Security works with the Office of Student Affairs and other departments on campus for the betterment of the community we serve.

Students, faculty, staff, and visitors are encouraged to report all crimes or suspicious activity to the LSUE Police & Security Office as soon as possible.

If it is an emergency call 911.

LSU Eunice and the LSUE Police are dedicated to providing a peaceful and safe environment.



LSUE is dedicated to the well-being of students and the promotion of a community that cares about its members.

The LSUE Cares page offers an online reporting system to help students, faculty, staff, families, and friends submit reports about:

  • potential violations of the LSUE Code of Student Conduct.
  • concerns regarding sexual misconduct.
  • concerns about acts of bias or discrimination.
  • complaints / grievances; and
  • concerns about students in crisis or distress.

When a report is received, the Dean of Students or his/her designee will review the details and then determine the most appropriate response depending on the specifics of the report.  Sexual Misconduct Reports are submitted through EthicsPoint directly to the Title IX Coordinator.

If there is a possibility that a student may harm himself/herself or others, dial 911 immediately.  In the event of an emergency, DO NOT use these forms.



LSUE Police and Security works in partnership with surrounding local law enforcement in its efforts to keep our community safe.  As such, tips about crimes and incidents of concern can be reported anonymously through Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish.   Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish was created with the goal of assisting Acadia Parish Law Enforcement agencies, by paying out cash rewards for information which leads to the arrest of violators of crime. Tipsters can call in information regarding a crime and if their information is used to make the arrest a cash payout is requested. 

Tips can be submitted through:


Forms, Reports, & Docs

Clery Act/Crime Information

Daily Crime Report

Parking & Traffic Regulations

See Something. Say Something.

To report a campus disturbance, incident, or an immediate threat to personal safety, call LSUE Police at 337-550-1225 and/or 911.