Security alerts

Safety Escorts

Studying late at night and don't want to walk all the way back to your car or nearby home? Contact UNSW Security for assistance. They can walk with you, or give you a ride in one of their vehicles. 

Text Message Scams

Be aware of text message scams. They will usually be unsolicited messages, sometimes they'll have a shortened URL and offer a prize or reward. 

Scam Information

If you are a victim of fraud, going to the Australian police will not impact your visa status. You can call them on 131444 to report a fraud or scam.

Scam Information

Always call your bank if you see any unusual transactions, or have given some details (e.g. bank account numbers, personal details, or passwords) to unauthorised parties.

Scam Information

Scammers are contacting students on WeChat/Zoom. They are pretending to be Police and are demanding money. Contact UNSW Security if you need help. 

UNSW Security Services has a comprehensive 24 hour security presence on campus and maintains security monitoring services for the University.

UNSW services

The primary functions of Security Services are:

  • the protection of all people within the University including staff, students, contractors and visitors
  • the protection of property
  • the prevention and detection of crime
  • the operation of a 24 hour control room which monitors building access, CCTV and alarm systems
  • the operation of a highly visible Campus Security office located at Gate 2. The office is staffed by Campus Security and is open 24 hours, 7 days a week

Remember: Security Services is always your first contact point for any incident or emergency on campus. Contact them on 9385 6666.