UM Police: Emergency (406) 243-4000 | Non-Emergency (406) 243-6131 | 9-1-1
Parking: (M-F 7:30 am - 4:30 pm) - (406) 243-6132
GrizWalk: (406) 243-2777
Police: Emergency (406) 243-4000 | Non-Emergency (406) 243-6131 | 9-1-1
Parking: (406) 243-6132 (Ofc Hrs: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) | Permit Required: M-F 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
UM Police Department is composed of the UMPD - Police and UMPD - Parking Division. Both areas of UMPD work in partnership with the campus community to provide the most professional, effective public safety services possible. From parking management to crime prevention, the University of Montana Police Department is dedicated to supporting an environment which is safe and conducive to learning.
In May 2013, the University of Montana entered into an Agreement with the United States Department of Justice in which it committed to take measures to ensure the continued success of the UM Police Department’s efforts to improve its responses to sexual assault. Those efforts are described in the June 30, 2015, Final Report of Sustained Compliance along with supporting documentation found in the corresponding Matrix. The Executive Summary is a review of UMPD's efforts and accomplishments.
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The Agreement between the United States Department of Justice and the University of Montana Regarding the UM Police Department's Response to Sexual Assault.
The initial Independent Review Report covers June 19 - October 1, 2013.
The second report covers October 1 - April 1, 2014.
The third report covers April 1 - August 8, 2014.
The purpose of this policy is to provide officers and investigators with guidelines for responding to reports of sexual assault, sexual intercourse without consent, assisting victims, collaborating with local health, outside law enforcement and service agencies, and conducting interviews with victims, witnesses, and suspects. Because of the special needs involved in sexual intercourse without consent investigations an attached appendix serves as an all-inclusive document that covers first response, investigation and prosecution.
For information about Title IX and how The Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative can help by offering interim measures and other resources to victims of sexual assault, relationship violence, and other forms of sexual misconduct go to the EO Website. (http://www.umt.edu/eo/default.php)
"How Does Our Community's Response to Sexual Assault Engage and Support Victims and Enhance Victim Safety and Offender Accountability?"
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