Other Ways We Help Keep Campus Safe
Case Western Reserve University’s Division of Public Safety offers a number of additional prevention and safety services to the campus community.
Fingerprinting services are available for students, faculty and staff. These are often required for clinicals, internships, volunteering in schools, along with professional licenses such as nursing, teaching, legal, social work, dental, medical and more.
The department only accepts payment with credit card or a departmental account number.
Standard FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) fingerprint (FD-258) card: $20
BCI&I (Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification) Electronic: $35
FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) Electronic: $35
Fingerprinting is handled by the CWRU police detectives by appointment only at the main campus police department, 1689 E. 115th St. Walk-ins are not permitted.
Appointments are scheduled for Tuesday mornings or Thursday afternoons. Special accommodations made on a case-by-case basis. Groups of 10 or more can arrange for an on-site fingerprint session.
Contact the department at 216.368.5993 or email@example.com to set up a fingerprinting appointment.
Lost and Found
Did you lose or find something?
Turn in found property to CWRU Communications Center in the basement of the Health Services Building (2145 Adelbert Road). If you're not in the area, you can also turn in found property at the Wade or Fribley area offices.
Lost items may be identified by calling the CWRU Police non-emergency phone number 216.368.3300, 24 hours a day. Be prepared to give an identifying description of your missing item.