Security Division

The role of the Security Services Division is to protect and provide for the ongoing safety of the people, property, and information resources of the university community and to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors with a secure environment in which to live, work, study, and play 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The Security Services Division has the authority to conduct criminal investigations on campus.

Security Services Contacts

Email:  security@upei.ca 

Phone:  (902) 566-0384


​Lost and Found

Mon to Fri 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

The Lost and Found is located in the Central Utility Building.

The security division maintains the campus Lost and Found in the Central Utility Building. If you have lost or misplaced an item on campus, please contact Janet Prentice by email at security@upei.ca, or drop by the Central Utility Building between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.​

  • Safety Initiatives

  • Criminal Investigation

  • Emergency Phone Numbers

  • Parking Regulations and Enforcement, Parking Fees

  • Storm Conditions and Overnight Parking


The Division co-operates with the City of Charlottetown Police in the following areas: 


Highway Traffic Act

All motor vehicle collisions on campus, with the exception of those which result in injury or fatality, are the responsibility of the Security Services Division. 


Liquor Control Act

All infractions under the Liquor Control Act are the responsibility of the Security Services Division.


Criminal Code of Canada

The Security Services Division has responsibility for investigating all matters outlined below, with the Charlottetown City Police lending assistance where possible and upon request:​

  • False pretenses under $5,000

  • Impaired Driving offenses

  • Damage to Property

  • Theft under $5,000

  • Common Assault

  • Mischief

  • Minor break and enter where damage or theft is under $5,000

​The Charlottetown City Police are responsible for and will act as lead in all other matters, including Controlled Drugs and Substances Act investigations, with assistance from the Security Services Division.

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