Reporting Crimes, Emergencies


Report any campus criminal or medical situations by calling ext. 6900 from any campus extension or using your personal phone, call 612-659-6900. Minneapolis College's Public Safety staff will respond to and resolve all calls for assistance.

You may choose to call 9-1-1 for any emergency situation.

Please notify the Public Safety Office as soon as possible after placing a 9-1-1 call.

Report Identity Theft & Get a Recovery Plan

This website has very explicit instructions on reporting ID Theft and making out a recovery Plan:

Silent Witness Form

The Public Safety Department and the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities maintains a "silent witness" feature/form. This form allows students or employees (without providing their names or other identifying information) the opportunity to report crimes or concerning behaviors/threats. The information provided regarding crimes and concerning behaviors/threats is received by the Minneapolis Community and Technical College Public Safety Department and the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities.

Anonymous reporting is not intended for Complaints or Student Code of Conduct violations (cheating, smoking violations, etc.); if these types of behaviors are occurring, please directly contact the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities in T. 2300, or contact OSRR at Minneapolis College.

Upon receipt, all information is thoroughly investigated to the best of the department’s ability, based on the information that is received. Information sent through this site, while checked on a regular basis, is not monitored 24 hours a day.

Therefore, the Silent Witness form SHOULD NOT be used for emergencies that require immediate response or those that are life-threatening in nature. IN AN EMERGENCY, FIRST CALL 911 AND THEN ALERT THE PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT at 612.659.6900.

The Silent Witness reporting system is intended to foster and maintain a safe and caring community. Therefore, if it is discovered this system is being used to harass or to retaliate against members of the Minneapolis Community and Technical College community, behavioral conduct consequences will be pursued.

Use the link below to access the form. The form will appear once you answer the first question:

Silent Witness Form

If you have any information/evidence that you would like to provide in electronic format as an email attachment, please contact the Silent Witness Program at Minneapolis College.