University Police

Traffic Violations and Tickets

When an offender violates any rule or regulation set forth herein that has been clearly established by waiver, voluntary admission, and/or by an official hearing, the offender will be subject to a special administrative fee and/or disciplinary action.

After receiving notice of a violation, students may make an appeal with the Office of Student Life within seven (7) working days from the date of the citation. To do so, students may visit the Ticket Appeals web page or click the “Appeal a Citation Here” button on the main page. Then they must complete an online appeal form. In addition, students may visit Student Life for a paper form. If the offender so desires, he/she may request, and be entitled to, legal counsel. Also, when appearing before the Student Court, the offender may be present and question witnesses. Additionally, staff and employees should submit an appeal in writing to the University Police Department.

In lieu of the above procedure, violators may take the ticket to the Bolivar County District II Justice Court.

To PAY A CITATION, follow the link below:

– Parking Citations (permitsales.net)

The University will NOT accept the following reasons for appealing a traffic ticket:

1. Ignorance of regulations
2. Unable to find a legal parking space
3. No space available
4. Inclement weather
5. Being late for class
6. Improper display of permit
7. Failure to purchase a permit

Additional Information

UPD will remove the vehicle of any person who fails to surrender his/her registration permit (decal) or who operates or parks a motor vehicle on the Delta State Campus after the date which such privileges have been suspended. In turn, this person shall be responsible for all costs incurred in towing and storing the vehicle. Also, this person shall not hold the University and its officials liable for any damage to the vehicle resulting from towing or storage thereof.

UPD will remove any vehicle that is illegally parked; abandoned; found on the campus with no license plate, no inspection sticker, or parked so as to constitute a hazard to vehicular or pedestrian traffic under the same stipulation as stated in Section VI., E. Mississippi Code, 1972.

NOTE: UPD will have any vehicle that is broken down and has been parked on campus for over one month removed from campus at the owner’s expense unless otherwise approved by the department director.