Timely warnings will be made to the campus when any Clery Act Crime or crime is reported, the crime occurs in our campus area, and is considered by the University to represent a serious or continuing threat to students and employees.

Timely Warning/Emergency Notification Statement

Emergency Notifications will be made through "Katsafe" when there is an immediate or impending threat (that is confirmed) to the health and safety of the University Community.  Examples include outbreaks of serious illness, approaching extreme weather, earth quake, gas leak, terrorist incident, an armed intruder, bomb threat, civil unrest and/or explosion.

Timely Notification


16-1068, Aggravated Robbery: At 3:01 PM (on Sunday, 01/24/2016) , A SHSU student reported he was robbed at gunpoint in the Raven Village Dormitory parking lot, located in the 2100 block of Avenue I. The victim stated that he met with a black make individual in the parking lot to sell him a cellphone. The transaction occurred inside the victim’s vehicle with the black male suspect pulling a handgun on the victim. An additional black male approached the victim on the driver’s side of his vehicle and also pointed a handgun at the victim. The suspects removed money, jewelry and cellphone from the victim. The complainant was able to recover his jewelry and cellphone from the suspects by asking for it back. During the investigation the victim was not very forthcoming with information about the incident. In addition, during the investigation officers could smell the distinct odor of marijuana in the victim's residence.  After completing the initial investigation, officers attempted to investigate the suspicious odor.  At this time, due to other priority calls, a search warrant could not be obtained.  An offense report was completed and an investigation continues. It should be noted that after reviewing all relevant information at the time of this report, a determination was made that there was no immediate threat to the University community.  Anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact the University Police Department at 936-294-1800.  Or, you can report through Walker County Crime Stoppers at this link http://walkercounty.crimestoppersweb.com/.


Motor Vehicle Theft

16-863, 10:55 AM, Motor Vehicle Theft: An officer was dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2133 Avenue I, in reference to a “motor vehicle theft” report. A resident reported that his vehicle was taken from the Raven Village parking lot (2100 block of Avenue I) between January 20, 2016 at 10:00 PM and January 21, 2016 at 8:30 AM. An offense report was completed and the vehicle was entered into the state's stolen files database.  If you have any information in regards to this incident or notice suspicious activity on campus please contact the University Police Department at 936-294-1800.