Dial 9-1-1 for Emergencies ONLY
An emergency is any life threatening situation (persons with weapons, fights, crime in progress), any serious medical problem, any type of fire or any crime "in progress" (suspect is still at location) whether life threatening or not.
Going to college is all about learning and developing your education. While you are there, take some time to educate yourself about campus crime and how to prevent it.
California State University Dominguez Hills provides the following information in response to the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989.
LiveScan is inkless electronic fingerprinting. The fingerprints are electronically transmitted to the Department of Justice (DOJ) for completion of a criminal record check.
The University Police Department is the official campus location for receiving and storage of lost and found property. All found items are logged and stored at the University Police Department for six months. After six months the items are either given away to a charity or sold at auction.
The University Police offers escort service to and from anywhere ON CAMPUS 24 hours a day. This service is available to all students, staff, faculty and visitors. You may either, walk into the police station (Welch Hall B100), call the University Police Station (310) 243-3639 or use one of the emergency call boxes located throughout the campus to request an escort.
The University Police Department may be able to assist you by calling your emergency road service provider. If you do not have an emergency road service provider the University Police may be able to gain entry into your car provided the car is parked on the campus and you are the registered owner.
The Anonymous Crime Tip Hotline is not an emergency telephone line. If you have information regarding any crime or incident that occurred on the campus you may call this hotline and leave a detailed message. Please do not call this number for crimes in progress.