LLUAHSC Security Handbook: emergency services

Emergency services

The Department of Security maintains a communications office, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, located in the basement of the Medical Center in room B-404. The administrative section of the department is located on the campus at 24690 University Avenue (on the Northwest corner of Campus and University) and is open Monday through Thursday between 0730 and 1800 hours, and on Friday between 0730 and 1400 hours.

The Department of Security patrols campus buildings, parking lots and ramp, and all other University grounds. Patrols are conducted by officers in marked patrol units, on bicycle and from time-to-time by officers on foot. The patrols are supplemented by closed circuit television cameras strategically located throughout the Medical Center and in some campus areas. Patrols of the campus are conducted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Department of Security maintains both security officers, bike patrol, and K-9 teams on staff. The security officers and K-9 teams assist with many service functions of the Department, as well as the prevention of crime through patrols and preventive techniques. They also enforce laws and make arrests when a situation calls for such action.

Safety and security reference numbers

Security, Fire, Medical Emergency 911 (emergency)

Security Department - Service and Assistance 44320 (non-emergency)

Security Department - Administrative Office 44319 (non-emergency)

Security Department - Rideshare / Carpool 47433 (hotline number)

Risk Management 44999 (safety line)

Radiation and Hazardous Materials Safety 44913 (MSDS hot line)

Note: Dialing 911 from any University phone will connect you with the Department of Security. Dialing 911 from a pay telephone will connect you with the San Bernardino County Center Dispatch for the Sheriff and Loma Linda Fire Department. "University phone" does not refer to any phone within the confines of the University. It refers only to those phones that are connected to a central network. These phones do not require dialing extra digits for calls made within the University, and do require dialing a nine prior to making a call to a location outside of the University. See information about emergency telephones.

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