Reporting to the TAMT

In An Emergency:

If you notice someone acting in a way that is concerning to you and presenting an immediate danger to the Syracuse University community, please call the Department of Public Safety at 315.443.2224 with as much information as possible.

If you are in a situation where it is unsafe to call the Department of Public Safety, you can also text or email, or use the LiveSafe app, to report a concern and/or reach an emergency dispatcher 24 hours a day.

In Non-Emergency Situations:

You may make a report to regarding a mental health concern or other potential threat the TAMT should be aware of. You may also complete and submit a Web Report Form that will be sent to the TAMT.

The Counseling Center provides 24-hour support to students who have experienced sexual assault and relationship violence, or are currently experiencing a mental health crisis. Call 315.443.4715 and press “0” after the prompt to speak with a therapist.

The Office of Student Rights and Responsibility (315.443.3728), the Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion, and Resolution Services(315.443.4018), Human Resources (315.443.4042, option “1”) and the Office of Student Assistance (315.443.4357) are other outlets for reporting a concern to the TAMT.

Anonymous Reporting Options:

To report a non-emergency concern or complaint anonymously, you can either call the TIPS hotline at 315.443.TIPS or report digitally through Silent Witness (Ethics Point), a third-party service which directs your report anonymously to the Department of Public Safety.


TAMT team members are responsible for treating their work confidentially. While a TAMT team member cannot promise confidentiality during the intake or reporting process, information will be shared only with those who need to know. TAMT members may not disclose confidential material to anyone outside of the TAMT process, unless the team determines that disclosure is warranted because the individual receiving the information is a university official or emergency responder with a need to know.