A message from LSU Alexandria University Police Chief Matthew L. Issman:
It is my pleasure to welcome you to LSU Alexandria, and the University Police Department webpage. I hope you find the links and information here both useful and informative. Myself and my staff’s #1 priority every day is to ensure a safe environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors to our campus. We continue to be among the safest University campuses in Louisiana and the United States. Please let me know if there is anything we can do to serve you better. My email address is: email@example.com, and my direct phone line is (318) 473-6410.
To support and complement LSU Alexandria by ensuring that all who work, learn, study on or visit our campus have a safe and worry-free environment in which to pursue their individual and collective goals and objectives.
LSU at Alexandria is dedicated to preserving a peaceful and safe environment for the entire University community. Students, faculty, staff and visitors are urged to be aware of and alert to any suspicious or possible criminal activity on campus, and to report all such occurrences to the University Police.
The University Police is located in Chambers Hall 144. Our non-emergency telephone number is (318) 473-6427. For all emergencies, DIAL 911 from a cellular phone, or 9911 from any campus telephone. In addition, there are 8 blue Emergency Call Boxes placed around campus and The Oaks Residential Apartments, their locations are indicated on the linked Campus Map.
LSUA University Police is a full service public safety agency. Our Police Officers meet and exceed the standards set by the Louisiana Police Officers Standards and Training Council (P.O.S.T.) and are commissioned by the Louisiana Department of Public Safety as State Police Officers under the authority of Louisiana Revised Statutes, Section 17:1805. Officers have full police and arrest authority, and patrol the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Rapides Parish 911 communications center dispatches for the LSUA University Police, and is a vital communications partner between the University Police Department and other Rapides Parish area law enforcement, fire departments and EMS.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact our department. If you would like to report suspicious or criminal activity, you can use the online complaint form linked to this page. You may remain anonymous, however some complaints may require additional information or follow-up to fully investigate, so if you can, please provide a contact method (email address or telephone number). ALL reports will be investigated by this department.
Let's all work together to keep LSU Alexandria safe and secure!