On a day-to-day basis, situations may occur that affect the safety of individuals or groups at Miami. While not reaching the level of emergency, they merit immediate attention. Miami offers many resources to support safety on campus.
The Miami University Police Department is a full-service police agency. In addition to the police headquarters located on Oxford-Trenton Rd., two substations on the Oxford campus (King Library and Yager Stadium) allow campus police to be more accessible and available to meet and interact with students.
Environmental Health and Safety Offices
This division was established to address the safety, health, and environmental needs of Miami University. Services include hazardous waste managment, occupational safety, and health and safety consultations.
Miami takes a number of precautions to protect the safety of students in residence halls and offers fire prevention strategies for off-campus students.
Sexual Assault Services
Miami's Division of Student Affairs supports a number of sexual assault prevention and response initiatives aimed at increasing awareness of sexual assault and supporting students who report sexual assaults. Available resources include informative tips on resistance and protection, counseling services, and legal assistance.
Women Helping Women
Provides crisis intervention and support services for women and men who are survivors of sexual assualt, domestic violence and stalking in Butler County, Ohio. Agency services include a 24-hour crisis line, hospital accompaniment, individual crisis intervention, court and law enforcement advocacy, support groups, date rape/dating violence prevention programs, community education and professional training.
In order to promote the health of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors, all Miami University campuses are designated Smoke and Tobacco-Free Environments.
Miami Crime Statistics
Our crime figures include reports of crimes occurring on campus, in non-campus buildings or properties, and public property in local municipalities.