UNLV has several tools to provide the campus community with important information during an emergency.

  • Download the RebelSAFE App from iTunes or the Google Play Store. Keeping you informed via push notifications, the app provides a variety of safety features directly from your smartphone.
  • Sign up for RebelSAFE Alerts. Receive emergency alerts by text message or email. The emergency notification system is used for incidents that present an imminent threat to life, health, or safety of campus community members.
  • Locate RebelSAFE Emergency Phones. Outdoors throughout campus, phones broadcast emergency messaging and are available to the public to request help.
  • Follow on Social Media. Receive realtime updates on University Police Services' Facebook or Twitter feed.
  • Download the Southern Nevada Community Preparedness App. Designed to help the community prepare and respond to emergencies. Available on the App Store or Google Play.
  • Stay in touch by watching television and listening to radio broadcasts.
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The RebelSAFE App

UNLV’s free safety app, available for Apple and Android devices. Among the many features helping keep the campus community safe, users can:

  • Call for a late night security escort.
  • Report a tip. This non-emergency feature allows users to submit a crime tip for further review by Police Investigations
  • Text-chat with dispatch.
  • Enable Friend Walk. Users can send their GPS location to a friend through the app and have their movements tracked in real time if they’re walking alone.
  • Call 9-1-1. Call directly from the app with the push of a button. Connecting in this way can save time in an emergency.
  • Submit iService Requests. UNLV campus repair work orders are integrated into the Report A Tip function.