Tulane National Primate Center Police emergency: 985-871-6411
Other Campuses: Call 911
Tell the TUPD dispatcher your name and the exact location of the building and any other relevant information you have.
If outside the building, do not attempt to enter the building yourself.
If you are inside, evacuate the building. Exit via stairwells only. Do not attempt to use elevators.
Exit quickly and calmly. Do not attempt to take anything with you.
Assist disabled persons or others who may need assistance. If you can not assist others direct emergency personnel to them.
Choose an alternate exit route if building damage is in your path.
If the damage prevents you from exiting the building, go to an undamaged room if possible and open or break a window and signal for help by waving an article of clothing or making loud noises.
If you are trapped in the building, attempt to call TUPD or 911 with a cell phone so responders can be alerted to your location.
Once outside a safe distance from the building, or in a designated assembly area, check-in with TUPD or other emergency responders and do not leave the area until instructed to do so by TUPD or other emergency personnel.
What Will Happen
TUPD will immediately dispatch officers to the scene.
TUPD Dispatch will activate the Tulane Campus Services, the New Orleans Fire Department, Tulane EMS and New Orleans EMS, as necessary.
The Tulane emergency alert system will be activated with information & instructions to stay clear of the incident.
TUPD will establish on-scene command and coordinate all responding agencies.