California Baptist University Safety Services is committed to providing high quality services to the University community and promoting a safe and secure environment that supports CBU’s mission and philosophy.
Providing service, safety, and security
About California Baptist University Safety Services
California Baptist University maintains Safety Services for the purpose of enhancing the safety and security of the University community. The department assists with the protection of students, employees, and property. Safety Services assumes an educational role in teaching members of the University community to look out for one another.
California Baptist University certifies that it has established a campus security policy, is carrying out that policy, and meets the disclosure requirements of Title IV of the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965 regarding campus security policies and crime statistics.
Information in the Emergency Response and Safety Handbook, and Annual Security Report is provided by law annually to all current students, faculty and staff, employees, and upon request to applicants for employment or enrollment (or parents), or upon demand to the Secretary of the Department of Education. The Annual Security Report is distributed by CBU Safety Services throughout the year to new students at registration, and to new employees with their new-hire-packet.
Main Campus Clery Report
Online & Professional Studies Clery Report
CBU Safety Services provides twenty-four hour assistance to the campus community. All areas of the campus are regularly patrolled, and Safety Services Officers may be contacted by dialing 4311 from an on-campus phone or (951) 343-4311 from an off-campus phone. Safety Services may also be contacted by using courtesy phones located on campus. A daily incident log is also available in the Safety Services office for review.
Driving on Campus?
Students who operate a vehicle on campus must register with California Baptist University Safety Services. Current parking permits are issued for the school year at the time of registration. Drivers are expected to comply with the University traffic and safety regulations; non-compliance may result in the suspension of parking and/or driving privileges on campus. Copies of the California Baptist University Vehicle Code are available in the Public Safety Office.