Personal Requests: for reports that are not motor vehicle accidents are approved on a case-by-case basis and will only be released with approval from the Chief of Police or Legal Affairs.
You may obtain a copy of a LSU Health Shreveport motor vehicle accident report by calling 675-6165 and requesting it. In order to receive the report, you must be a party involved in the report and will need to show identification before report will be released. Please note that if another party is involved, their personal contact information (name, address, phone numbers) will be redacted from your copy. Their vehicle information and insurance information (if provided) will remain un-redacted on the report.
If an insurance company wants an un-redacted report, they will need to order it.
Insurance Companies: Submit your request on your company letterhead with a self-addressed envelope along with a check in the amount of $5.00, made payable to LSU Health Shreveport University Police. Please allow 5-7 days to process your request.
Please mail to:
Law Enforcement Agencies and District Attorney's Office: Fax a request on your department letterhead to (318) 675-4898. Requests will be processed as soon as possible. No fee required.
Officers are available for staff, students, and faculty who desire an escort from LSU Health Shreveport to any parking lot. This service provides students, employees, faculty, and staff with a walking or motor vehicle escort to their vehicle to members who feel uncomfortable walking during the hours of darkness. An escort can be summoned to your location to accompany you to any LSU Health Shreveport parking lot. If arriving for work at night, call ahead for an officer to meet you at your assigned parking lot and escort you into the building. Escorts during daylight hours may be provided when safety concerns exist. If you wish to request the escort service, please call University Police at 318-675-6165. If an officer has not arrived, please do not walk alone! Call the number again, the officer may be on a service call. Please note that if the officer receives a call for assistance, calls for police service must take precedence over the escort. For example, a report of any crime, accident or alarm will supersede a police escort request.
Lost & Found
The University Police Department serves as the central collection point for lost and found items, such as keys, backpacks, eyeglasses and badges.
Property found may be turned in at any time to Lost and Found. Please call (318) 675-6165 and an officer will be dispatched to your location.
If you have lost an item you may call University Police (318) 675-6165 to find out if your property has been recovered or turned in. The lost and found holding area is located in the Medical School Building, Room G-213, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm. If you stop by and the door is locked, please contact (318) 675-6165 and an officer will be dispatched.
LSU Health Shreveport provides digital fingerprinting for LSU related assignments only. These services are provided free of charge, but by appointment only. Please call 675-7887 to schedule your appointment.
University Police Officers issue LSU Health Shreveport parking citations. Once a parking citation has been issued, it is forwarded to the Auxiliary Services Parking Office where payments are made and appeals are accepted and forwarded to the Parking Committee for review. You may contact the Parking Office at (318) 675-7651.
Director – University Police
Associate Director – University Police
B-Building Room G-200
Captain Jamie Walker
Lt. Olishia King
B-Building Room G-213
Allied Health Building
Captain Dwain Rice
B-Building Room G-213