The Fayetteville State University (FSU) Department of Police and Public Safety provides law enforcement and security services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors.
What is the Victims’ Assistance Program?
The Fayetteville State University Police and Public Safety Department’s (“PPSD”) Victim Assistance Program provides services to anyone who may become a victim of a crime committed within the jurisdiction of the PPSD.
- Victim Assistance is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to respond to the emergency needs of a victim. For assistance, call (910) 672-1775.
- Referrals may be made to the University’s Center for Personal Development, the Safe-Zone Office, Title IX, and off-campus agencies.
- Victim assistance personnel can accompany and support victims through all stages of the criminal justice process.
- Victim Assistance is available to speak to the campus community about the Victim Assistance Program and other related topics.
For more information or to request a speaker, call (910) 672-1775. All services are free, most are confidential, and available to all University students, faculty, staff and visitors who may become a victim of a crime committed within the jurisdiction of the PPSD. If you have been the victim of a crime, contact the PPSD Investigations Division at (910) 672-2486 or (910) 672-1775 to speak with an officer about your needs.