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TUPD Community Crime Alerts

Community Crime Alert - September 29, 2020

After continued investigation TUPD has identified the suspect in the City Vista vehicle burglaries. The suspect is Stacy Pulido, Hispanic female, approx. 38 years old, reddish dark hair. Should you encounter the suspect, contact TUPD. Do Not Approach. The following are other photos of suspect. Criminal charges are pending.

Please do not keep valuables in your vehicles and ensure to secure your vehicle when not in use. Should you observe any suspicious activity, please contact University Police immediately at 210-999-7070.

Safety Tips:

  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Report any suspicious activity to University Police immediately.
  • Never attempt to engage persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Use ELERTS to directly report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a day.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert - September 17, 2020

The Trinity University Police Department received a report of a community member who became the victim of a scam after responding to a suspicious email from paulshawn22 (outlook.com) that contained a job offer as a personal assistant. No legitimate employer or company will ever ask you to transfer money or pay to get hired. If the company asks you to forward or wire money it's a major red flag, and you should stop all communication. Please visit https://www.ic3.gov/preventiontips.aspx for additional tips and information.

Should you receive any suspicious emails or have any information in relation to this scam, please contact University Police at 210-999-7070.

Safety Tips:

  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Report any suspicious activity to University Police immediately.
  • Never attempt to engage persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Use ELERTS to directly report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a day.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert - September 16, 2020

The Trinity University Police Department received reports of three bicycle thefts and two attempted bicycle thefts from Calvert Hall, Verna McLean Hall, and North Hall. One suspect was male,with dark hair, beard, and mustache. He was wearing a dark t-shirt with white lettering on the front, blue jeans, sneakers, and a backpack. The other suspect was male and dark complected. He was wearing a dark-colored hat, dark shirt, dark pants, and red athletic shoes.Voluntary bicycle registration increases the odds of having your bicycle returned and apprehending the suspect(s). You may register your bike by using the bicycle registration website or by scanning the QR code on the flyer. Either method will take you to TUPD's bike registration page that will ask you to log in to your T-Mail account in order to complete the form.

Should you observe any suspicious activity, please contact University Police immediately at 210-999-7070.

Safety Tips:

  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Report any suspicious activity to University Police immediately.
  • Never attempt to engage persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Use ELERTS to directly report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a day.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert - August 24, 2020

The Trinity University Police Department received a report of three vehicles that were broken into which occurred at the City Vista parking garage on August 17, 2020, between the hours of 4:00am and 5:00am. TUPD received a report of four additional vehicles that were broken into on August 23, 2020 between the hours of 5:00am and 6:00am. All of the vehicles affected appeared to have been left unlocked. The suspect for both dates is an older female, 30-40 years of age, reddish hair and length past her shoulders. She is possibly driving a black Lexus 4-door, no front plates. On August 23, she was seen with a male suspect

Please do not keep valuables in your vehicles and ensure to secure your vehicle when not in use. Should you observe any suspicious activity, please contact University Police immediately at 210-999-7070.

Safety Tips:

  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Report any suspicious activity to University Police immediately.
  • Never attempt to engage persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Use ELERTS to directly report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a day.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert - August 17, 2020

On March 6, 2016 the Trinity University Police Department received a report of a sexual assault that occurred in a residence hall on the Trinity campus. The student and suspect are acquaintances.

Should you have any information regarding the case above or wish to share any other information please contact the Trinity University Police at 210-999-7070.

Safety Tips:

  • DO NOT leave your drinks unattended.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Report any suspicious activity to University Police immediately.
  • Never attempt to engage persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Use ELERTS to directly report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a day.

For more information click here.


Timely Warning Notice - March 7, 2016

The Trinity University Police Department received a report of three vehicles that were broken into which occurred at the City Vista parking garage on August 17, 2020, between the hours of 4:00am and 5:00am. The suspect is an older female, 30-40 years of age, reddish hair and length past her shoulders. She was wearing a light-colored flowery print dress and sandals.Possibly driving a black Lexus 4-door, no front plates.

Please do not keep valuables in your vehicles and ensure to secure your vehicle when not in use. Should you observe any suspicious activity, please contact University Police immediately at 210-999-7070.

Safety Tips:

  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Report any suspicious activity to University Police immediately.
  • Never attempt to engage persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Use ELERTS to directly report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a day.

For more information click here.


Timely Warning Notice - March 2, 2016

The Trinity University Police Department received information of an individual exposing himself to another. On this date at approximately 7:58 a.m. a heavy-set male was driving northbound on Shook Ave. and parked near the intersection of Rosewood Ave. & Shook Ave. He exited his vehicle and exposed himself to an individual walking eastbound towards the campus on Rosewood Ave.

Should you come across this individual please contact the Trinity University Police at 210-999-7070.

Description of the suspect is as follows:

  • Heavy-set male
  • Hispanic
  • blue jean pants
  • blue shirt
  • light-green hoodie
  • approx. 50 yrs. old

Safety Tips:

  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Report any suspicious activity to University Police immediately.
  • Never attempt to engage persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Use ELERTS to directly report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a day.

For more information click here.


Timely Warning Notice - August 29, 2015

The Trinity University Police Department received a report of a sexual assault that occurred off but near the Trinity campus. The student was returning from an off campus party early this morning and was assaulted as she walked back to campus with a group of other students.

Should you have any information regarding the case above or wish to share any other information please contact the Trinity University Police at 210-999-7070.

Safety Tips:

  • DO NOT leave your drinks unattended.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Report any suspicious activity to University Police immediately.
  • Never attempt to engage persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Use ELERTS to directly report to TUPD or receive a virtual escort 24hrs a day.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert - June 2, 2014

The university community has recently been subjected to multiple bicycle thefts. In the last month 5 bicycles have been reported stolen from multiple lower campus bicycle racks. All of the bicycles taken were secured with a cable style bicycle lock.

Should you observe anyone on campus that fits this description in the future or any other suspicious activity, please contact University Police immediately at 999-7070.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert UPDATE -- September 22, 2013

The Trinity University Police Department has made an arrest in the multiple bike thefts on campus. On September 22nd TUPD officers arrested Christopher Dominguez, 39 years old, after officers assigned to monitor the bike racks observed Mr. Dominguez acting suspicious near a bike rack. Mr. Dominguez was in possession of a back pack which contained multiple sets of bolt cutters and other burglary tools. Mr. Dominguez was arrested and charged with Failure to ID and had an arrest warrant for Evading Arrest. He was also issued a Criminal Trespass Warning. TUPD will be filing additional charges for the bike thefts which occurred on campus.

Should you observe Mr. Dominguez on campus in the future or any other suspicious activity, please contact University Police immediately at 999-7070.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert-- September 16, 2013

The university community has recently been subjected to multiple bicycle thefts. In the last 3 weeks 6 bicycles have been stolen from multiple bicycle racks on campus. These thefts have occurred both in morning and night. All of the bicycles taken were secured with a cable style bicycle lock. The video shows the suspect taking bolt cutters out of his backpack and cutting the cable locks.

Should you observe anyone on campus that fits this description in the future or any other suspicious activity, please contact University Police immediately at 999-7070.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert-September 7, 2013

The university community has recently been subjected to several bike thefts (two at Prassel Hall and one at Herndon Hall). The time frame for these thefts occurred during the evening to morning hours.

Should you observe any form of suspicious activity, please contact University Police at (210)999-7070.

For more information click here.


Community Crime Alert-- September 3, 2013

The university community has recently been subjected to several thefts in the Bell Athletic Center. The suspect stole a number of personal and university credit cards from one of the administrative offices.

The suspect is described as a black female in her mid-twenties. The picture below shows the suspect charging at a local mall immediately after the theft. The theft occurred during normal business hours.

If you can identify the suspect above or observe any suspicious activity, please contact University Police immediately at 999-7070.

For more information click here.