The mission of the UW Bothell Campus Safety Department is to promote a safe and secure living, learning and working environment for our students, faculty and staff in a diverse campus community that encompasses two colleges.  The emphasis is to keep our students and campus community safe and secure by means of a community-friendly approach that enhances safety through the visibility of our security personnel, preventative patrols, positive conflict resolution, crime prevention and awareness forums.  Campus Safety collaborates with local law enforcement, fire agencies, and medical aid in fulfilling its mission.  Most importantly, we want our students to have an exciting, fulfilling and rewarding college experience.

With community services as a foundation, Campus Safety is dedicated to goals which enhance the quality of life on campus.  Solutions which foster a sense of security in the campus community are sought.  The trust of those served by Campus Safety is nurtured; holding each officer to the highest level of performance through continuous training and supportive leadership.

Core Values

As we carry our mission, all members of the department embrace the following Core Values through C A R E.

Communication - We maintain an open line communication throughout the community that is essential to achieving our goals.

Accountability - We take responsibility for our actions in all that we do each day. We keep undesirable results from being repeated thus increasing trust within the community we serve.

Respect - We respect ourselves, our department and our community. We demonstrate this through our profession by being fair, inclusive and caring.

Excellence - We value relationships within the college community that allows us to expand our knowledge and strengthen our impact on those we serve. We are committed to a culture where excellent service is expected at all times.