Vehicle Jump Starts and Unlocks
Public Safety provides jump starts for motorists with a disabled battery and may be able to assist motorists who are locked out of a vehicle. Please call (619) 849-2525 to request a jump start or vehicle unlock. By making such a request, the requestor releases Public Safety and PLNU from liability for any and all damages that may result from the rendering of service. These services are only offered on the Point Loma, Liberty Station, and Mission Valley campuses.
Public Safety provides courtesy escorts for those who request them. To request an escort, call (619) 849-2525. This service is only offered on the Point Loma, Liberty Station, and Mission Valley campuses.
Special Events and Parking Reservations
Public Safety is available to provide building unlocks, reserved parking, traffic control, and security for certain approved university events. Requests must be submitted online in advance.
University ID Cards
Public Safety is responsible for the issuance, control, and replacement of university ID cards for all students and employees. Lost, stolen, or damaged cards should be immediately reported to Public Safety so they may be deactivated and replaced. Replacements are available in the Public Safety Office on the Point Loma campus seven days a week and at the front desk of the Mission Valley campus during business hours; a $10 replacement fee may apply. Protective card holders and lanyards are available at no cost.
All on- and off-campus shuttles are operated by Campus Facilities' Transportation Department.
Bicycles belonging to PLNU students and employees on the Point Loma Campus must be registered with Public Safety. Registration may be completed free of charge online and permits picked up in the Public Safety office. Unregistered bicycles, or bicycles that appear abandoned, are subject to removal by Public Safety. Impounded bicycles will be kept by Public Safety and donated to a local charity if unclaimed within 30 days.
Registering a bike makes it easier to identify if it is stolen and recovered. Find your bicycle serial number.
Additionally, to protect against theft, Public Safety recommends using high-quality U-Lock locking mechanisms, often superior to ordinary cable locks, which can be quickly and easily cut.