How to Submit Confidential Crime Information
If you have information regarding any known criminal or suspected illegal activity we want to know about it. We always encourage our Students, Staff and Faculty members to please contact the WSU PD with any concerns they have. If you have information regarding suspects that you can identify or criminal activity, we always want you to feel comfortable in bringing it to us. We respect the privacy of any individual who has information which may aid in solving a crime, or preventing one. We are fully aware that our citizens are our greatest source of information and we will always do everything we can to maintain the secure transfer of information between the citizens and their police.
If you have a Police Emergency call 577-2222
Read the choices below to find out the best way for you to submit your information.
When providing a physical description remember to include any or all of the listed information.
- race, sex, approximate age.
- height and weight
- hair color, eye, color
- glasses, facial hair, marks or tattoos
- clothing, hat, shoes
- vehicle descriptions are valuable
- make note of vehicles, color, approximate. year and model
- 2door or 4 door
- license plate number
- any details about the incident being reported: date, time, place, what occurred.
You can submit your information, comments, or concerns to investigators using the WSU e-mail system.
Your concerns will be addressed as soon as possible. If you submit information please be as descriptive as possible.
Be sure to include time frames, specific locations, and activity descriptions that are applicable to the circumstance you are reporting.
E-mail your information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The best time to contact an on duty investigator is between the hours of 7am and 11pm Monday through Friday.
You are encouraged to call with your questions or comments. The number to Investigations is (313)577-2053.
Investigators work various hours and are not always available for receiving calls. All investigators have voice mail, but it is not recommended that you report information over voice mail. Leave a brief message and an investigator will return your contact as soon as possible.
Sgt. Jaclyn Wilton
Investigator Eleshia Evans
Investigator Christopher Powell
One of the best ways to report information is face to face with an investigator.
You can arrange a time to meet with an investigator that is convenient for you.
Please arrange your meeting in advance, via telephone.
When you visit an investigator to report information that you feel is suspicious or possibly criminal, please provide him or her with all the specifics you can.
You can also post a confidential tip or concern here