In An Emergency:
- For campus emergencies that are life threatening, dial 911 first.
- Afterwards, dial the Office of Campus Safety at 909-706-3088. This number is monitored 24 hours a day and personnel may be able to respond more timely to an emergency situation until local authorities arrive. This number can also be used to notify the Office of Campus Safety for non-life threatening issues for things like a burst water pipe, suspicious person on campus, alarms, etc.
Upon placing the call for emergency help:
- Give your name, location, and the nature of the emergency.
- DO NOT HANG UP until instructed to do so.
To reach a Residence Life professional for campus situations that are NOT life-threatening but residence related (i.e., lockout, facility failures such as a loss of electrical power, alarms, etc.) callers should call the Residence Life Offices at ext. 392 using a campus phone or 909-706-3092 from any non-campus phone.
To reach Facilities personnel for minor campus situations that are NOT life-threatening, callers can call the Facilities office at ext. 336 using a campus phone or 909-706-3036 from any non-campus phone.
Clery Act 2017
Campus Security Report 2017
A Legislative History of the Clery Act
The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act (Public Law 101–542) was signed into law by President Bush in 1990 and went into effect on Sept. 1, 1991. Title II of this act is known as the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990. This act amends the Higher Education Act of 1965(HEA) by adding campus crime statistics and reporting provisions for postsecondary institutions. It requires the disclosure of crime statistics for the most recent three years, as well as disclosure of the institution’s current security policies. Institutions are also required to issue timely warnings when necessary. All public and private Title IV eligible institutions must comply with the requirements of this act which is enforced by the U. S. Department of Education (ED).
Full description of the Clery Act and the Campus Security Report
Full report of the 2016-2017 Fire Safety Report
Campus Ban & Criminal Trespassing Information
What is a Trespass Notice?
Owners of private property, such as Life Pacific College, have the authority through California Criminal Trespassing Laws (Penal Code 602) to issue trespass notices to individuals in order to prevent their return to College-owned property. A trespass notice is a verbal or written notice issued to someone by an authorized representative of the College. Trespass notices are typically issued by the Director of Student Development or Director of Campus Safety and include the signature of a College Executive Officer. Violation of a trespass notice may result in arrest and criminal prosecution.