ASU Hotline

Report Here (opens new window)

The ASU Hotline is not a 911 or emergency Service

In an emergency, please call 911 or the ASU Police Department at 480.965.3456

Another way to contact the Police is to use an emergency call box:

  • They should be easily identified at night by the blue light above it.
  • Your call is received as an emergency 9-1-1 call.
  • Your location is immediately identified.
  • Police will be dispatched for assistance.

If you need Safety Escort Services, please call:

Tempe Campus 480.965.1515 Downtown Phoenix Campus 602.496.3456
Polytechnic Campus 480.727.3456 West Campus 602.543.3456

If this is a mental health emergency, please call EMPACT at 480.921.1006

The Hotline should not be used to report interpersonal disputes, departmental conflicts requiring resolution, or communication difficulties between employees and supervisors that do not pertain to allegations of criminal activity or violations of University policy. The Office of Human Resources, the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Employee Assistance Office are the best resources to address these types of concerns. Immediate threats to public safety should be reported to the ASU Police Department, not the Hotline.

Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response.

Do What is Right

Raising concerns about safety and/or non-compliance with laws, regulations, and policies applicable to ASU is a service to the university and to the community. ASU must comply with a wide variety of laws, regulations, and policies to protect everyone. The personal safety of our students, faculty, staff and guests is at the forefront of our effort to provide you with an independent outside resource where your concerns can be reported and acted on. In addition to your personal safety, areas of compliance include: financial transactions, contractual agreements, IT system and network security, NCAA rules, environmental health and safety, research administration, and equal opportunity. Our continuous goal is a safe and ethical learning environment. The following are some examples of actionable concerns:

  • I am concerned that someone is considering a violent act.
  • I'm afraid someone may have a weapon on campus.
  • I fear for my personal safety or the safety of someone else.
  • I'm worried about a transaction or situation in my office.
  • I know of, or I suspect, fraud or abuse.
  • I suspect someone of computer hacking.
  • I'm concerned my team is not compliant with NCAA rules.
  • My classroom lab is unregistered or unsafe.
  • I witnessed discrimination.
  • I spoke up, nothing happened.

If you have exhausted your options for reporting your concerns to the appropriate ASU office or other established channels of communication, or the nature of your concerns are highly sensitive and best kept confidential, report your concerns while remaining anonymous and without fear of retaliation to the ASU Hotline.

Report Your Concerns

Report Here (opens new window) THE NETWORK is an industry leading comprehensive hotline service with more than 25 years of experience. This independent multilingual service is provided to the ASU community 24/7 365 to promote a safe, secure and ethical environment for all students, faculty, staff and guests of the University. By calling 1 877 SUN-DEVL (877.786.3385), you will contact a trained counselor at THE NETWORK who can help you with the reporting process or you can file your concerns online. To file a report:

REPORT BY PHONE - 1 877 SUN-DEVL

REPORT ONLINE (opens new window)

The ASU HOTLINE and THE NETWORK are overseen by Arizona State University Audit and Advisory Services.