The SFCCPD Campus Police are here to assist with the safety of you and all CCSF campuses from crime and other emergencies. We want our students to be able to pursue their education positively and for our faculty and staff to perform their work securely. We are committed to a safe campus environment for all our students, staff, faculty, and visitors. We pride ourselves on a community-oriented relationship with those we are sworn to protect and serve.
The San Francisco Community College Police Department is responsible for the primary and overall law enforcement protection of all CCSF district campuses. We also coordinate with other law enforcement partners throughout San Francisco to further ensure public safety for the entire college community.
Please explore our website and take advantage of the information available. Your comments and suggestions for improvement will always be welcome.
We are part of the CCSF community and we are here to serve.
There are no current crime alerts at this time
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CCSF Emergency Alert System
The City College of San Francisco has partnered with RAVE to provide important/emergency mass notifications to the CCSF community. With RAVE, official CCSF emergency communications and other important information are provided via text message and email. This service is provided to anyone free of charge by the City College of San Francisco.
Faculty, staff, and students are automatically enrolled in the system via information in the Banner system. Please update your contact information, opt-out, or opt-in (register) for alerts from the link below.
Campus Police can provide escort service to and from your vehicle or public transit. Escort service is provided seven days a week, from 5:30am - 12:30am. You can request an escort by contacting us.
Campus Police offices are the official location for lost and found property. Should you lose, or find an item, contact Campus Police immediately. We can assist you in finding your property or take found property for safe keeping until the rightful owner is located.
If you have car battery issues and need a jump, contact us and we may be able to help.
If you locked your keys inside your vehicle, Campus Police might be able to help you out. Contact us before you call Roadside Assistance. We're free of charge. Please have your driver's license / ID card ready for ownership verification.
If you are looking to ride along with us, please schedule a ride-along by calling (415) 239-3200 and ask to speak to an on-duty Sergeant.