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The University of Vermont has implemented use of the LiveSafe app.

LiveSafe is a versatile mobile two-way safety communications platform and safety tool. It provides campus community members the ability to share information with campus safety partners, including calling or messaging Police for emergency help from anywhere.  It's like having a Blue Light in your pocket!  The SafeWalk feature provides a 24/7 virtual escort tool for walking, biking, or riding.

LiveSafe also allows anonymous reporting and sharing of photos or videos, and one place to connect with departments other than Police, including Campus Victim's Advocate, mental health resources, bias and harassment reporting, and reporting concern for another student.

Download and Use the UVM LiveSafe app today!

It can be downloaded from your device's app store — UVM LiveSafe Download Instructions (PDF) — or directly from your phone by selecting one of the following options:

UVM Student | UVM Employee | UVM Visitor

For app questions, feedback, or tech help, email When registering the app with UVM, please use your full UVM email address (not your address).

UVM's LiveSafe App is managed by the Office of Emergency Management. For the latest news and updates about LiveSafe at UVM, visit their website.

LiveSafe Features

  • Request Help
  • SafeWalk feature
  • Share Info with Campus Safety Partners
  • Know What To Do in an Emergency