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Campus Security is available to assist the campus community with first aid, safety & security concerns, and more — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our officers patrol the campus on foot, bicycle and visibly marked security vehicles and respond to calls for assistance with any situation that is concerning or suspicious.
Campus Security provides the following services to the UBC community:
Access Services provides three distinct, integral services to the UBC community: Surveillance, Access Control and Alarm Systems. Request for security.
Blue Phones can be found across the Vancouver campus, and available 24/7. Push the button once and you will be connected to the Campus Security dispatcher. Learn more.
For security services that fall outside of general campus security, a specific request can be made. Request for security.
Campus Security responds to all First Aid calls for students, faculty, staff, student-staff, and visitors on the UBC Vancouver Point Grey campus. Learn more.
Lost & Found
Lost something? Visit Lost & Found’s online site to see if your item has been submitted. UBC’s Central Lost & Found is located at the Access Desk in the UBC Bookstore. Learn more.
Personal Safety Planning
Campus Security supports students, faculty, and staff through personal safety planning sessions and education workshops to help address concerns when learning, teaching, and working on campus. Learn more.
Safewalk is a free service provided by the AMS and will send a co-ed pair of walkers to accompany you to any location on campus. After 2am all calls are rerouted to Campus Security. Learn more.
Site Security Assessment
Campus Security has licenced security consultants. A Risk Assessment is an evaluation of an existing building or area to identify risks and provide options for an enhances risk management profile. Learn more.