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One of the most important actions anyone can take is to report crime, suspicious persons, and potential problems as quickly as possible. Any victim or witness to a crime should report the crime so police can ensure public safety and conduct an investigation. Even if the victim declines prosecution, the University Police need to know the details surrounding the event so action can be taken to preclude further incidents of a similar nature and to protect others from crime. Incidents involving injury to people or crimes against persons should always be reported to University Police.
Crimes can be reported in person by coming to the MSU Police Department located at the Roy Huffman Building on the corner of South 7th Avenue and Kagy Boulevard, by telephone at 994-2121 or 911, or by e-mail using the Silent Witness Program.