2018 Campus Safety Plan

AVAILABILITY & LOCATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL AND THE METHODS FOR SUMMONING ASSISTANCE
ENFORCEMENT AND ARREST AUTHORITY

The Cal Poly Pomona University Police Department is located at 3801 W. Temple Ave. Building 109, Pomona, CA and provides police services 24 hours a day to the campus community. Police Dispatch can be reached directly 24 hours a day by phone at (909) 869-3070. Cal Poly Pomona peace officers have state-wide police authority and jurisdiction per California Penal Code section 830.2(c) and Education Code section 89560 and are vested with law enforcement powers and responsibilities identical to local police or sheriff departments in your home community.

CRIME REPORTING

The campus community is strongly encouraged to report all known or suspected criminal activity on campus to the University Police Department as soon as possible. When contacting the University Police Department always:
• Provide your name, telephone number, and location
• Provide clear, accurate, detailed information
• Be prepared to provide suspect and vehicle description, and direction of travel
• Follow the Dispatcher’s instructions and stay on the line if it is safe to do so

By Telephone Contact
• Emergency: Dial 9-1-1 from campus landline; (909) 869-3070 from cell phone on campus
• University Police Department: (909) 869-3070

Emergency Blue Light Call Stations
Blue light telephones are 9-1-1, 24-hour, button activated call stations that directly contact the police dispatcher for any emergency need. There are (98) call stations on campus, including the Village and Innovation Village.
In Person Contact
Building 109 is located on the corner of Cypress Lane and Oak Lane adjacent to Parking Structure 1.

Emergency Hotline
Information and updates will be provided on the university’s Emergency Hotline at (866) 869-POLY (7659). The campus community is encouraged to add this number to their contact lists.

SPECIAL SAFEGUARDS FOR FACILITIES OR ACTIVITIES
SECURITY OF AND ACCESS TO CAMPUS FACILITIES

All campus facilities have key and/or security card access and most are accessible during business hours. Facilities Management is responsible for campus key control and distribution. The Division of Information Technology manages alarm and card access control. Access to on-campus student housing facilities is restricted to residents, their approved/escorted guests and other approved campus community members. Housing security includes both key entry and card access. To provide for the security of campus facilities, the University Police Department enforces penal codes, Education Codes, and Housing Policies. Campus facility access may be revoked per Penal Code 626. Security cameras are located throughout the campus and may be monitored by the University Police Department.

SPECIAL EVENT SAFETY PLANNING

Preparation for large campus events involves the creation of Incident Action Plans according to the Standardized Emergency Management system and in collaboration with mutual aid agencies and contracted safety personnel.

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATIONS

University Police personnel provide personal safety tips and emergency contact information to new students at orientations. Students are informed of policies, voluntary confidential crime reporting procedures and safety programs through regular outreach through email, social media, and event tabling throughout the academic year.

NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATIONS

All new employees receive information regarding safety policies, procedures and view the Emergency Management safety video as part of their new employee orientation with Human Resource Services.

ACTIONS IN THE LAST 18 MONTHS TO INCREASE SAFETY

• Rerouted Kellogg Dr. and installed bike lanes to improve traffic, pedestrian and bicycle safety
• Implemented updated campus Emergency Operations Plan
• Installed integrated state-of-the-art technology system in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
• Installed (18) evacuation chairs in key campus locations and deployed one chair for use as a training tool
• Hired an additional police dispatcher to provide two-person coverage in Dispatch during peak hours

CHANGES IN SAFETY PRECAUTIONS DURING THE NEXT 24 MONTHS

• Operationalize cross-divisional Critical Incident Team spearheaded by the Student Affairs Division
• Continue to expand and enhance video systems, equipment, and capabilities campus wide
• Enhance emergency communications protocols and procedures lead by University Advancement
• Implement Text to 9-1-1 system, which provides an alternative emergency contact to Police Dispatch
• Improve campus lighting with new LED lights to increase brightness and energy efficiency
• Complete implementation of updated Police Department policies and officer equipment training

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CAL POLY POMONA STATISTICAL REPORT 2016

The report is a separate and distinct report from the Annual Security Report required under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the Clery Act). The Clery Act report may be found online at http://www.cpp.edu/pdfs/annual_security_report.pdf These statistics were compiled using the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting program definitions, occurring on campus, and in compliance with the California State Education Code, Chapter 16, of the Donahue Higher Education Act, Section 67380.

2016 Statistics (California Education Code §67380 (a)(1)(A))

Occurrences and/or Arrests for     On Campus 
Part 1 Violent Crimes 8
Hate Crimes 0
Non-Criminal Acts of Hate Violence    0
Theft 138
Destruction of Property 39
Illegal Drugs 40
Alcohol Intoxication 12

 

Occurrences and/or Arrests for        Systemwide 
Hate Crimes 16
Non-Criminal Acts of Hate Violence  1