Everyone must assume responsibility for their own personal safety. The University of Montana and the city of Missoula have resources available for safety on campus.
Grizzly Personal Safety (GPS) is a free escorting service for safety.
Emergency telephones are located at the Mountain Campus, the Missoula College, the Lewis and Clark Village, the University Villages, and the South Dornblaser Park-N-Ride. The call will immediately connect with the office of Public Safety.
Smart 911 allows people to enter their personal information through a secure web site in order to improve police and emergency response when they call 9-1-1. For those who may have trouble communicating with a 9-1-1 dispatcher on the phone, the preloaded personal data allows the 9-1-1 center to communicate via text and effectively dispatch help.
How to register
- Go to: www.smart911.com
- Type: your name and email address
- Choose a security question, password and profile name.
- Click “Register” with the website.
- Create a 'profile'. The profile is a list of important information about you. Examples are: “I'm Deaf/ hard of hearing." "I have diabetes." "I have glasses." "I have hearing aids." "I have a cochlear implant." "I use American Sign Language." "I want a sign language interpreter."