Protective Services




Protective Services is here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to protect the people and property of the University.
Help us help you keep your community safe by reporting all suspicious activity. 

Experiencing an active emergency?

Call 911 and then Protective Services at 306-585-4999.

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About Us

Protective Services works closely with the campus community including, but not limited to, Student Affairs, the Student Wellness Centre and Student Mental Health. We also work closely with the Regina Police Service and other agencies such as PACT and Mobile Crisis to maintain a safe campus for all. 

Our officers patrol the campus on foot, by bike, and in marked patrol vehicles 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We conduct proactive patrols and provide call response to both the Main Campus, College Avenue Campus and other off campus facilities.

We are comprised of a Director, Associate Director, Patrol Supervisors and Patrol members. There are a total of sixteen officers, divided into four teams.

Each Protective Services member has various education backgrounds and workplace experiences.  We have numerous and ongoing training to enhance our skills to serve the campus community better.

 Main Campus Office Location

Contact Us

For emergencies, please call 911 and then Protective Services at 306-585-4999

For general inquiries, you can call us at 306-585-4407 or email us at

Director Campus Safety, Parking & Transportation
Brad Anderson 
Ph: 306-585-4655

Associate Director Campus Safety, Parking & Transportation
Brad Martin
Ph: 306-585-5251

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your hours of operation?
Protective Services is here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year including all statutory holidays.
Where is Lost & Found located?

Lost & Found is located at the Protective Services office.
Our office is located at the Research and Innovation Centre, room 120.

  • If you find lost items on campus, please turn them into our office at your earliest convenience. 
  • If you lost a high value item on campus, please come to our office or call to report that it is missing.
  • All items that are turned in are held for approximately 2 weeks. After 2 weeks, all items will be disposed of or donated.

Disclaimer: Protective Services makes every effort possible to contact the owner of lost items if the item is easily identifiable.

Do I have to leave the building during a fire alarm?

It is a city bylaw and a violation of Housing rules and regulations to not evacuate the building during a fire alarm.
Failure to evacuate may result in a fine and/or disciplinary action.

Protective Services advises all members of the community to follow direction from the Fire Wardens and we ask you to not re-enter the building until given the all-clear.
Protective Services will work with the Regina Fire Department to ensure the building is safe for re-entry.

Can I smoke on campus?

Since 2018 the University of Regina has prohibited smoking or use of tobacco products – including recreational cannabis (marijuana), smoking and vaping – in any University owned or leased building, on leased or owned University property, in University vehicles, or vehicles parked on University leased or owned property.

We are committed to providing a safe and healthy place in which to study, work, visit, and live.

Do you offer vehicle boosts?
Protective Services has a booster pack available to use 365 days a year. Give our office a call at 306-585-4407 and we will come assist you anywhere on campus.
Protective Services will request your University ID #, location of your vehicle and we ask that you keep the hood of your vehicle up so we can spot you easier in the lots.
Do I need to show my student ID card when asked?
Yes! As per policy number OPS-050-005, when the university buildings are closed, all persons within the facilities of the University of Regina must be willing to provide a University of Regina photo identification card to Protective Services upon request.
Failure to produce identification may result in an individual or group being removed from campus or being denied access to a building.