Additional Offices to Report Crimes

The University encourages community members to promptly report all crimes to the Baylor Police Department at (254) 710-2222 or 911, or the appropriate local law enforcement agency. However, it is also recognized that some may prefer to report to other individuals or University offices. While the University has identified hundreds of campus security authorities, the following offices have been desginated as places where campus community members should report crimes:

Associate Dean for Student Conduct Administration
(254) 710-1715 Clifton Robinson Tower, Suite 270

Associate Vice President for Student Life
(254) 710-1314 McLane Student Life Center, Suite 114

Director, Campus Living and Learning
(254) 710-3642 Penland Residence Hall, Room 1201

Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
(254) 710-2000 Clifton Robinson Tower, Suite 200

Director, Student Activities
(254) 710-2371 Bill Daniel Student Center, Suite 100

Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
(254) 710-1222 Simpson Athletics and Academic Center, Suite 250

Assistant Director of Greek Like
(254) 710-2371 Bill Daniel Student Center, Suite 100

Director of Campus Recreation
(254) 710-4102 Mc Lane Student Life Center, Suite 124

Assistant Director of Study Abroad
(254) 710-2657 Hankamer Academic Center, Room 160

Dean, Diana R. Garland School of Social Work
(254) 710-6400 811 Washington, Waco, TX

Dean, Louise Herrington School of Nursing
(214) 820-2792 3700 Worth St., Dallas, TX

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Louise Herrington School of Nursing
(214) 820-2776 3700 Worth St., Dallas, TX

Director, Austin Executive MBA Program
(512) 255-3622 3107 Oak Creek Dr., Suite 240 Austin, TX

Director, Dallas Executive MBA Program
(972) 458-2327 12200 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX

Director, Baylor in New York Program
(917) 617-8404 41-34 Crescent St., Long Island City, NY

Associate Director of Field Education - Houston School of Social Work
(346) 701-8047 4100 Main St., Houston, TX

It is important to have a culture where people feel safe reporting wrongful conduct. For more information, or to file a complaint, you can access Baylor’s Whistleblower Policy, EthicsPoint Webpage, or Report It.