UCSF Emergency Numbers
UCSF Police Department - Emergency: 911 (from on-campus landline); 415.476.6911 (from cell phone)
UCSF Police Department – Non-Emergency: 415.476.1414
Medical Center Security Services: 415.885.7890
Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland Security: 510.428.3600
UCSF Fresno Security: 559.499.6478
UCSF Confidential CARE Advocate: 415.502.8802
Student Health and Counseling Services: 415.476.1281
UCSF Campus Emergency Hotline: 415.502.4000
UCSF Police Department
The University of California, San Francisco Police Department (UCSF PD) serves the University community by helping to protect it against crime.
UCSF PD endeavors to be known for its community service orientation, effectiveness at preventing crime through campus community involvement, and for providing a safe living and working environment for the promotion of education, research, and public service. The Department has three customer service locations: Parnassus Heights campus – WeID office at Millberry Union; 654 Minnesota Street; and Mission Center Building.
The UCSF Police Department strives to provide a crime free and safe environment through strategic policing, integrity, respect, and strong community partnerships.
UCSF PD’s mission is to enhance the safety and quality of life at UCSF by working in partnership with the community to promote public safety and crime prevention through education and enforcement; to maintain public order while preserving the legal rights of all individuals; to provide effective, efficient, and courteous service; and to reduce the impact of crime. This mission is accomplished through effective:
- Crime prevention and suppression
- Victim support and assistance
- Infrastructure protection
- Emergency preparedness
- Traffic safety
For more information about UCSF PD, please visit police.ucsf.edu.
If you are the victim or witness to a crime, you have the responsibility to report it immediately to the police. UCSF community members are encouraged to accurately and promptly report all crimes or suspicious activity to the UCSF Police Department, when the victim of a crime elects or is unable to make such a report. Students and employees who report crimes to UCSF PD may aid in averting crimes and in the apprehension of suspects, as well as in allowing UCSF PD to initiate a Timely Warning (Crime Alert) notice and to include the information in the annual statistics disclosure. Most importantly, prompt reporting will assist the Police Department to maintain a safe and secure campus environment for all.
Confidential Reporting: All incidents reported to UCSF PD are considered confidential except information that is required by law to be released. For cases involving sexual assault and with the complainant’s permission, UCSF PD can file a report on the details of the incident without revealing his or her identity. The purpose of a confidential report is to comply with the complainant’s wish to keep the matter confidential, while taking steps to ensure the future safety of the complainant and others.
With such information, UCSF PD can keep an accurate record of the number of incidents involving students and staff, determine where there is a pattern of crime with regard to a particular location, method, or assailant, and alert the University community to potential danger. Reports filed in this manner are counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for the institution as part of UCSF’s Clery Act obligations.
Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report
Please see the links below to the UCSF Annual Security Report and UCSF Annual Fire Safety Report, produced in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act. The security report includes statistics for the previous three calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by UCSF, and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. This report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, timely warning of crimes, sexual and interpersonal violence, and personal safety at UCSF. The fire report includes UCSF’s fire reporting statistics and policies.
These publications were produced in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act, which requires colleges and universities receiving federal financial aid funding to disclose reported instances of criminal activity on their campuses. This legislation also states that a copy of these publications must be made available to all current and prospective students and employees.
View the UCSF Annual Security Report
View the UCSF Annual Fire Safety Report
Visit the UCSF Police Department Clery website
Visit the UCSF EH&S Fire Prevention website
For comments, or hard copies of these publications, please contact:
Clery Act Coordinator and Crime Analyst
UCSF Police Department
654 Minnesota Street, Suite 180
San Francisco, CA 94143-0238