Safety

MSU sophomore guard Rene Haynes brings the ball up court after a steal during the Spartans game against U of M at the Breslin Center in 2005. The Spartans clinched a share of the Big Ten Title with the win over the Wolverines.

MSU sophomore guard Rene Haynes brings the ball up court after a steal during the Spartans game against U of M at the Breslin Center in 2005. The Spartans clinched a share of the Big Ten Title with the win over the Wolverines.

Safety is important to Michigan State University, and each member of the campus community - students, faculty, and staff – are encouraged to take an active role in preventing and reporting incidents that jeopardize safety on and around campus.

The MSU Police has 90 full-time employees including more than 60 police officers. Learn more about the Michigan State University Police

In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, MSU annually distributes information related to security issues, crime statistics, and educational efforts related to health and safety risks.

Review MSU’s annual security and fire safety report

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