Public Safety & Transportation
The Department of Public Safety ensures a safe learning, working, and living environment at the University of San Francisco.
Our offices are dedicated toward proactively preparing against and responding to all reports of accidents, crimes, suspicious persons, hazards, and other emergencies.
Public Safety offers a variety of services to our campus community
- Patrol and Dispatch Services
- Transportation and Parking
- Campus Resilience
- One Card & Public Safety Systems
Patrol and Dispatch Services
Our Patrol Division and Dispatch Communications Center operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We respond to all reports of accidents, crimes, suspicious persons, and hazards on and around the 55-acre hilltop campus.
Transportation and Parking
The University of San Francisco has approximately 600 on-campus parking spaces and provides a number of commuter incentive programs and services to the community.
The Office of Campus Resilience is responsible for assisting and coordinating the University’s overall incident management planning and preparation.
One Card & Public Safety Systems
At USF, your One Card is your ID, dorm room and building access, and on-campus debit card all rolled into one.
A few of the services we offer to our community
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA), we are pleased to present the University of San Francisco's Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
Public Safety Services and Resources
From our uniformed public safety officers to our disaster preparedness programs we proactively solve public safety problems.
Experts from public and private organizations offer presentations from sexual assault awareness to fire safety and prevention.
Disaster Preparedness Programs
Building marshals, emergency alerts, disaster preparedness plans, and emergency operations plans prepare our community for potential emergencies.
The Department of Public Safety helps create a safe, secure, and caring campus environment so our campus community can pursue positive work and educational experiences.
Progressive Policing Community Advisory Board
The Progressive Policing Community Advisory Board works collaboratively with public safety to identify problems, develop and recommend solutions to USF leadership, and serve as a resource regarding community safety issues.
2130 Fulton St.
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080