- Dial 911 for immediate help or to report a crime anytime, day or night.
- Hospital Emergency Room: (310) 825-2111
- Student Peer Helpline: (310) 825-4357
Safety is a key priority at UCLA. UCLA Transportation coordinates efforts with the UCLA Police Department to provide programs, materials and services focused on safety. This page provides information and links relating to those programs.
You can do your part by becoming aware and by always following safe practices. Keeping yourself safe and your belongings secure does not take a lot of time or effort. Simply learn some basics, be aware of your surroundings and change the behaviors that could mark you as an easy target for crime.
Nighttime Safety & Mobility
Campus Escort Service
The UCLA Police Department provides a free walking escort service every day of the year from dusk until 1 a.m. They are available to walk students, faculty, staff members and visitors to and from anywhere on campus, in Westwood Village and in the village apartments. CSO Safety Escorts are uniformed students who have received special training and are employed by the UCLA Police Department. To obtain an escort, please call (310) 794-9255. Please allow 15 to 20 minutes for your escort to arrive.
Evening Van Service
The Evening Van Service provides a safe means of transportation around campus during evening hours. Vans travel between campus buildings, Westwood Village, nearby residential areas and the village apartments. Major stops include Ackerman Union, Bunche Hall and the Residence Halls. This service is free of charge for UCLA students, employees and visitors. The service is run by Community Service Officers (CSO) and operates under the supervision of the UCLA Police Department. For more information, please call (310) 825-9800.
UCLA Police Department
Contact the UCLA Police Department to report a crime or other incident on campus, or to receive immediate help. You can contact the UCLA Police Department, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (310) 825-1491. This office also has information about reporting "hate crimes".
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