The Furman University Police Department is committed to maintaining a safe and secure campus, and our officers work hard to build relationships that foster mutual trust and respect. We also believe that we play an integral role in community education, teaching, training and leading by example.
We are located in Estridge Commons and are available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
For emergencies, dial 911
For non-emergencies, dial 864.294.2111
For parking, dial 864.294.2231
Parking & Citations
Learn more about vehicle registration, designated campus parking areas, and how to pay a citation.
Bikes on Campus
The Furman University Police Department strongly encourages all students to register their bicycles and keep them locked on campus.
Officers & Staff
Meet the men and women working daily to keep our campus community a safe and pleasant place in which to live, work and study.
Weather, Warnings & Notifications
The Furman University Police, in partnership with the National Weather Service, monitor weather across the region and conditions on campus and provide the campus community with timely, accurate, and useful information in the event of inclement weather, or emergency situations on or near campus.
The Furman University Police Department has established SafeRide shuttle services for use by students traveling around campus.
From self-defense classes to campus safety information, stay updated on the latest news from University Police.
Annual Fire Safety and Security Report
The Furman University Police Department conducts an annual review of the Security and Fire Report to ensure compliance with the Jean Clery Act and to provide information to students, employees, visitors, prospective employees and prospective students.
Campus Security Authorities
The function of a campus security authority is to report allegations of Clery Act crimes to the University Police.
Daily Crime and Fire Log
Furman University Police maintain a daily crime and fire log. This log contains information on crimes reported to the campus police, including the date of occurrence, the nature of the crime or fire, the general location, and the disposition of the incident. The daily crime and fire log contains entries for the most recent 60-day period and is available for viewing upon request at the University Police Department during normal business hours.