Safety & Security

In the event of an emergency, dial 911 from any phone.

UC Law SF Non-Emergency Contact Information
Security Desk at 200 McAllister: (415) 565-4611

Security Desk at Cotchett Law Center at 333 Golden Gate: (415) 565-4888

Security Desk at 100 McAllister, Available 24/7 for any campus needs: (415) 581-8900

SFPD Police Department
Non-Emergency Dispatch Line: (415) 553-0123

Tenderloin Station: (415) 345-7300

If you need to file a police report, and are not involved in an emergency, you should call San Francisco Police Department’s non-emergency line at (415) 553-0123 or visit the SFPD Tenderloin Station at 301 Eddy Street San Francisco, CA 94102 and (415) 345-7300. Additionally, certain types of crimes can be filed online by using this link. 

UC Law SF maintains the safety of our campus in partnership with UCSF and Urban Alchemy.

UC Law SF is committed to enhancing and preserving the quality of the learning opportunities and life experiences of each member of our community by actively working in collaboration with UCSF and Urban Alchemy to make our campus a safe place for you to live, work, study and visit. Specifically, UC San Francisco provides security guards to protect the integrity of our campus buildings as well as observe and report, contacting the San Francisco Police Department for anything they observe in and around our buildings or on our extensive security camera system. Urban Alchemy provides sidewalk safety services by engaging with members of the public and forming relationships to ensure our sidewalks remain safe for members of our internal and external community while minimizing reliance on law enforcement.

We also recognize that all members of the campus community share in the responsibility of maintaining our safe environment. To that end, our website provides relevant and practical information to help you prevent and better respond in the event of a crime or public safety emergency.

Security Resources

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
This report contains statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by the College, 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 violence and policies relating to personal safety at UC Law SF.

Crime Alerts at UC Law SF and Clery Daily Crime Log
The Clery daily crime log is a record of crimes identified by the Clery Act that are reported to UC Law SF Public Safety Ambassadors and the Office of Safety and Emergency Preparedness, occurring on campus and adjacent public property (streets and sidewalks). In the last 60 days, there have been no such crimes reported. Older records are available on request from the Office of Safety and Emergency Preparedness.

Download the UC Law SF Safe App & Register for Everbridge/Warn Me Alerts
UC Law SF Safe is UC Law SF’s health and safety app for the campus community. The app includes notifications and alerts, tools for staying safe on campus, emergency response guides, maps features and a variety of health, safety and wellness resources. It is available to download free from the iOS or Android app stores. Everbdrige/WarnMe is a multi-modal emergency notification system used to inform the community about incidents and emergencies affecting the College. Registration for Everbridge alerts and emergency contact information is provided through Sharknet. Current students, faculty and staff can verify that they are registered for Everbridge/WarnMe alerts, by visiting Sharknet and selecting the link in the Launchpad for “Update Emergency Contact Info.”



Safety Escorts

UC Law SF provides free walking escorts to the UC Law SF community between campus buildings as well as to local parking garages and mass transit stops. These walking escorts are requested through campus security officers and provided by Urban Alchemy safety practitioners.

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Campus Identification Cards

All members of UC Law SF must carry their College of the Law campus ID card and use it to badge in for entry to campus buildings. If you do not have your campus ID, you will have to show photo identification each time you enter a campus building.

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Lost and Found

If you lose any of your personal belongings, please check in with the campus security officers at the guard booths to request information about accessing lost and found, or by emailing security directly at the link below. If you find any unattended personal property please turn it in to campus security officers at one of the guard booths.

Contact Lost and Found

Emergency Procedures

What is an Emergency? A 911emergency is any situation in which immediate police, fire, or medical response is required to preserve life or property, such as:

  • a fire
  • a fight
  • a chemical spill
  • someone choking
  • a crime in progress
  • a serious injury or illness
  • a situation involving weapons
  • sounding of an emergency whistle
  • an assault or immediate danger of assault

In every emergency, seconds count. Use 911 only for emergencies. Misuse of 911 may delay response to a legitimate emergency—and it’s against the law. Do not call 911 to report a loud party, missing property, power outages, or a crime no longer in progress and not requiring an immediate response to preserve life or property. Please contact SFPD’s non-emergency line for those types of needs at (415) 553-0123.