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Reporting Crimes

The Campus Police Department encourages victims and witnesses of crimes to make a report to Campus Police in a timely manner.  To report a crime, call or contact campus police at 540-868-SAFE (7233) for the Middletown Campus or the Luray Page County Center and 540-351-1555 for the Fauquier Campus for non-emergency crime reporting.  Call 911 for emergencies only, and then call Campus Police.  Anyone wishing to report a non-emergency crime or suspicious activity can also send an e-mail to

Confidential Reporting

If requested, a confidential report may be made to the Chief of Police or designee without revealing the identity of a victim.  A confidential report will allow Campus police to notify others of potential danger and collect crucial information about a crime with regard to location, description of suspects and methods used without releasing victim/witness identity.  Confidential reports of crimes may be made by phone at 868-SAFE (7233) for the Middletown campus and Luray/Page County Center or 540-351-1555 at the Fauquier campus, in person at the Campus Police Office, Police Desk or by sending an e-mail to .

Help is always available upon request and those willing to make a report of crime to Campus Police may at a minimum receive counseling and referral information.  

We Want Your Feedback

  • Commend An Officer (PDF Commendation Form)
  • File a Complaint (PDF Complaint Form)
    1. If you wish to make a complaint about the actions of a LFCC Police or Security Officer or about any aspect of the LFCC Police Department, please:
      1. Come to the Police Desk and tell any officer you want to make a complaint; or
      2. Call the LFCC Police and tell the person answering the phone that you want to make a complaint; or
      3. Write your complaint and mail it to the LFCC Chief of Police.  Print Official Complaint Form from link above or pick one up at the Police Desk.
    2. A supervisor will assist you in filling out a complaint form.  This form asks you to identify yourself and then to give specific details about your complaint.
    3. Your complaint will then be investigated.  You may be contacted and asked additional questions about your complaint.
    4. If it is going to take an extended period of time to investigate your complaint, you will receive a letter telling you approximately when you may expect a reply.
    5. When your complaint has been investigated, the Chief will review the investigation and will write you a letter explaining what has been found out about the matter.
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