About PLNU Department of Public Safety
PLNU Department of Public Safety is a private security organization dedicated to the safety and well being of the campus community. Enforcement authority is granted by the PLNU Board of Trustees. All staff officers must complete the training required by the California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services and possess guard licensing as issued through the State of California.
There is a Public Safety Staff or Community Service Officer on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to assist visitors and members of the campus community. The campus Welcome Center is also staffed 24 hours a day as a dispatch center for campus assistance. The officers take incident, crime and accident reports as well as enforce the campus parking and traffic regulations. They also respond to campus emergencies, secure the campus buildings and enforce the university’s policies.
To create an environment of safety where students, faculty, and staff are free to learn, teach and work without undue personal safety concerns. To protect university assets through service and technology.
More Information on Services and Safety:
More information on the services offered by the Department of Public Safety and on the safety concerns of the university can be found at the new portal. The new portal can also be accessed by typing portal.pointloma.edu into your browser's address bar.
EMERGENCY 24 hour Response Line: (619) 849-2525
2012 Annual Security Report
Register Your Vehicle
PLNU has changed to the iParq registration and enforcement system.
All staff, faculty, and students MUST register their vehicle for the 2011-12 school year. Students MUST upload a copy of their DMV vehicle registration on the final step of the online registration process. Go to the portal to learn about the rules for registering your vehicle or go directly to The Permit Store to register your vehicle.
Everyone MUST read the Vehicle Code before registering their vehicle.
University Vehicle Code 2012-2013
In Case of Emergency
Prepare yourself for a disaster/emergency. Following the steps on this page may save your life or that of your friends! If you want to find out about a current disaster on the Point Loma campus please click on the the orange "In Case of Emergency" button on the bottom left of this website.