Dixie State University


In the case of a life-threatening emergency, call 911.

Do not call the security number.


Security will only respond to calls on the Dixie State University Campus. Any call outside of the campus needs to be directed to the Saint George Police Non-emergency number: (435) 627-4300.

  • All police response requests are to be made through Dispatch.
  • The on-duty security cell phone will only respond to calls on the Dixie State University campus.
  • Any call outside of campus needs to be directed to the Saint George police non-emergency dispatch.

DSU Security provides the following services without charge:

DSU CAMPUS POLICE is in the process of obtaining a new Livescan fingerprinting machine.  The first available appointment we have is the first week of November 2021.  We are sorry for the inconvenience.  We are excited to offer fingerprinting services to the public starting in November 2021.

Our department provides Livescan submissions, driver privilege cards, and printed/ink fingerprint services.

Each appointment will receive two FD-258 fingerprint cards at the end of the appointment.

Please schedule an appointment below. You may pay the $20 fee with a card payment below or with cash at the appointment.

If you are involved with AmeriCorps, the EMS program or POST academy, you do not pay for fingerprints.

Bring a valid form of identification, any paperwork involving fingerprinting, and a payment receipt (unless associated with the groups named above.)

  • Driver privilege card applicants will receive two fingerprint cards along with a photo that will be taken at the appointment.
  • EMS Students must bring a LiveScan Authorization form, which will be emailed once you pay your fees at: https://bemsp.utah.gov/
  • AmeriCorps students must bring a UHEAN Request for Electronic Applicant Background Check form which will be emailed once you contact UHEAN regarding fingerprinting.

To reschedule, cancel, or in need of assistance, call 435-236-4000 or email dsusecurity@dixie.edu.

The parking spaces marked as “Campus Police” can be utilized for fingerprinting appointments.

Lost and Found

If you believe your phone was stolen, please follow the guide in the link below.


If an item of value has been lost, fill out the lost and found form above. If the item is turned in, an officer will contact the owner to schedule a time to retrieve the item. If an item of value is found, deliver the item to the lost and found drop box in the Campus Police office (available 24/7) or contact an officer to pick-up the item from a location on campus.

Emergency Alerts

Messages are sent via phone, text and email. Students, faculty and staff phone numbers are in the Instant Alert Plus database pulled from MyDixie accounts. To add a cell phone number or other number to the system please follow these instructions.

Security Escort

If a student, staff, or faculty member feels unsafe walking alone on campus, an officer will respond to their location and escort them to their on-campus destination.


In the event a student, staff, or faculty member is locked out of a building/room or their vehicle, an officer will assist in providing access once valid photo identification and authorization is produced.


In the event the vehicle of a student, staff, or faculty member will not start, an officer will respond to the location and attempt to jumpstart the vehicle.