The Strategic Threat Assessment and Response (STAR) Team evaluates potential safety threats to the members of the Weber State University community in an effort to help the campus be a safe and secure working and learning environment in accordance with Weber State PPM 3-67. The team works to identify and assess potential threats and makes recommendations to reduce or eliminate those threats.
Members of the STAR Team include representatives from the following campus departments:
- Weber State Police Department: 801-626-6460
- Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity and Title IX (AA/EO): 801-626-6240
- Dean of Students: 801-626-7256
- Human Resources: 801-626-6032
- Counseling & Psychological Services Center: 801-626-6406
- Women's Center/Safe@Weber Advocacy Services: 801-626-6090
- Housing & Residence Life: 801-626-7275
The team is advised by University Legal Counsel.
You can contact any of the members of the STAR Team if you perceive a threat to the safety or well-being of any members of the campus community. It is most helpful if these reports are not made anonymously, but all information is welcome.
If you are unable to communicate your concerns directly to management or another appropriate university department, please use the Red Flag Reporting tool to make a confidential report. Red Flag Reporting is a private third-party company that provides 24/7 availability for anyone to report suspected improprieties to WSU in a way that ensures confidentiality and anonymity. This hotline service does not replace or supersede existing reporting methods. Please recognize that if the information is reported confidentially, a lack of verifiable information may make it more difficult for the university to take appropriate action. The university encourages employees to bring concerns to their supervisor, Human Resources, or other campus entities as appropriate. Please recognize that responses to this website will not be immediate. For emergencies, please call 911.