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Reporting a Crime

 

Witnessing and Reporting a Criminal Act

If you witness a crime, suspicious person, or incident, contact the Department of Security by dialing 911 on any LLUAHSC or emergency phone. Your awareness and input are essential in preventing crime.

If you are a victim of a criminal act, contact the Department of Security to make a report of the incident and initiate an investigation. If the situation warrants the department will contact the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department who will also investigate the criminal activity 

Reporting Acts of Assault or Battery

As of July 1, 1995, any "on-duty" employee of Loma Linda University Adventist Health Services Center entities must report any act of assault or battery committed on them to the Security Department. Reports are required by California law and must be made within 72 hours of their occurrence (H&S 1257).

Online Report Procedure

This service is designed for individuals to report property crimes that have happened in the past.

If a criminal act is in progress please call Security at ext. 911 or 909-558-4320.

Complete our Crime / Incident Report Form for:

  • property thefts
  • property damage
  • lost or found property

Do not use this form if:

  • you have suspect information
  • you know who the suspect is
  • your crime needs to be reported to a Law Enforcement agency
  • your crime occured off of LLUAHSC property