Speech and Discrimination
UNLV offers multiple resources to assist individuals with complaints of discrimination, harassment, and other inappropriate or prohibited conduct, which can be reported anonymously if desired. Visit the Equal Employment and Title IX website to learn more about resources at UNLV related to discrimination. While some behavior may not be deemed unlawful or illegal, it may violate the Student Conduct Code and result in disciplinary action.
Threats Against Individuals, Groups, or the University Community
If you witness a threat against yourself or anyone else, leave the area and get to a safe place. As soon as you can, please contact University Police Services at 702-895-3669 to report the threat. You also may submit a crime tip or real-time chat with dispatch through the RebelSAFE app. UNLV also provides RebelSAFE emergency phones on its Maryland Parkway and Shadow Lane campuses, which connect directly to dispatch when the handset is lifted.
Threats should immediately be reported to University Police Services by calling 702-895-3669 or reported through UNLV’s RebelSAFE app. The RebelSAFE app offers multiple tools including submitting crime tips anonymously, real-time chat with police dispatch, requesting late night security escorts, and more.