We believe that safety is a shared responsibility. We understand the importance of cooperation, education, and police-citizen partnerships in making our campus and our local community safe and enjoyable. Our commitment to community policing allows us to be the fabric of Moravian University and assists us in cultivating true stakeholdership within the community we serve.
The mission of the Moravian University Police Department is to promote a safe and well-ordered environment for students, faculty, staff and other members of the community by extending care and assistance, by overseeing the physical surroundings and, when necessary, by enforcing laws and regulations, all carried out in a compassionate manner hallmarked by the values of Respect, Integrity, Service and Excellence (RISE)
Important Phone Numbers
610-861-1465 (24 Hours)
610-861-1421 (24 Hours)
Tip & Bias Incident Line:
610-861-1421 (24 Hours)
Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Violence:
484-764-9242 (24 Hours)
Title IX Coordinator:
Campus Police Contact
Lt. Thomas Appleman
Campus Police Location
119 W. Greenwich Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Access to University Facilities
Access to Moravian University facilities is restricted to students, employees, guests of the University and of its members, and those attending designated public events. Resident students are held responsible for the conduct of their guests.
Community groups may be granted the use of University facilities upon application to the director of public relations. Such groups are subject to institutional regulations governing the use of facilities, including the Moravian University alcohol policy.
Further information concerning access to residence halls is contained in the section on residence-hall security.
Thanks to several initiatives, Moravian University's crime rate has decreased dramatically and students, staff, faculty, and residents of the university community have become more educated about problems of crime. The members of the Campus Police Department want you to remember to PREVENT:
Prevention is the most effective means of eliminating crime. Secure your valuables, keep residence hall doors locked, be aware of your environment.
Record the description of suspicious persons. Do not attempt to question or restrain them yourself.
Escape is the primary objective if you become involved in a dangerous situation. Do not attempt a physical confrontation if escape is possible.
Value your safety and the safety of others.
Employ common sense and awareness in your day to day activities. Remember many victims of crime said, "It can't happen to me.
Notify the campus police at once if you are the victim of a crime or if you witness one.
Telephone extensions for the Campus Police: 610-861-1421.