Motorist assistance is available on campus to anyone 24 hours a day including weekends and holidays. Should you need a battery jump or have locked your keys inside your vehicle, the police department will provide assistance. Communications personnel will need your name, vehicle description, vehicle license plate number, and location. A liability release form is required to be completed before the officer can provide assistance. This form is available from the responding officer. Officers are not permitted to unlock vehicles with power door locking devices.
If you make arrangements with a wrecker company to have your personal vehicle towed, please contact the University Police at 214-648-8311 and advise the department that you have made arrangements for a personal tow.
Fingerprinting services are currently free of charge and available between 1 and 4:30 p.m. weekdays to UT Southwestern Medical Center faculty, staff, students, and their families. Persons wishing to be fingerprinted are required to present valid forms of identification at the time this service is rendered.
Lost and Found
Lost and found articles should be turned over to the University Police. If you find property that has apparently been lost, contact any of the University police officers or bring it by the police station and turn it over to the communications officer.
If you have lost an item, contact the University Police at 214-648-8311. You can also contact the Police Communications Operator at the University Police Department, located on the C level of the Paul M. Bass Center Tower II (suite BLC.200) on the North campus. The Library and Bryan Williams, M.D., Student Center also maintain a lost and found collection and routinely turn the items over to the police department.
Personal Escort Services
Officers are available 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays, for a personal escort. Officers will walk with anyone to any location on or near campus. To request an escort, call 214-648-8311. Give the dispatcher your name, phone extension you’re calling from, and the location where you'd like the officer to contact you. Officers typically walk with persons to their destinations.
Request for Records
Written requests are to be mailed to:
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Office of Legal Affairs
5323 Harry Hines Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75390-9008