Intro - UPDThe UST Police Department is a 24/7/365 operation.

  • Phone: 713-525-3888
  • Email:
  • In-person: 3807 Graustark Blvd. (Moran Parking Center) South West Corner

With a staff of fully-licensed and trained officers committed to integrity, determination and respect, the department provides a safe and secure campus environment through:

  • Professional Law Enforcement Service
  • Emergency Management
  • Crime Prevention Presentations and Programs
  • Parking (Permits and Enforcement)
  • Safety Escorts
  • Vehicle Jumpstarts
  • Vehicle Unlocks
Chief H.E. Jenkins, Chief of Police, University of St. Thomas

We are committed to the safety and security of all UST students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Chief H.E. Jenkins Chief of Police, University of St. Thomas

Emergency Management

Aerial photo of student life mall at University of St. Thomas in Houston, TexasThe University of St. Thomas (UST) is committed to protecting the welfare of its community members as well as its intellectual property and facilities.  For this reason, UST has developed these resources to keep the UST community safe and secure.

Documents And Forms UST Alert

We can best prepare to meet the enormous challenges emergencies present by working together.  Every member of the UST community should understand his or her role in emergency situations. 

Guidelines to follow during an emergency situation are also included on The University of St. Thomas Safety app, available to the UST Community in the iPhone App Store or Android App Store.

Office of Emergency Management
Moran Parking Center
3807 Graustark
Houston, TX 77006


The University of St. Thomas publishes specified information on campus crime statistics and security policies, available to current and prospective students and employees, in compliance with the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 U.S.C. 1092(f)).

A paper copy of this document is available upon request by contacting UST Campus Security at

View Report

Under the Texas Education Code (TEC), Section 51.253(c), Texas colleges and universities are required to post on the institution’s internet website a report concerning the reports received by employees under the TEC, Section 51.252.

View Report

The University of St. Thomas posts a daily log of crime and/or fire-related activities. This information is also provided for the previous 3 months.

The Campus Security Authority (CSA) Crime Report Form is designed for CSA’s to report crimes, so crimes can be accurately accounted for on the Annual Security Report, entry into the daily crime report, a possible timely warning can be issued to the UST community, and victims get the help that is needed. If the crime is still in progress, if there is a continued threat to the victim or others and/or an emergency, immediately contact UST Police Department 713-525-3888. This form should be filled out immediately following a report, so a possible timely warning can be issued.

download form Campus Security Authority (“CSA”) Crime Report Form