Woodbury University is committed to providing a safe environment for its community members. Private security officers monitor the campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Security officers are on campus to protect people and property and to provide assistance whenever necessary and work closely with the Burbank Police Department and the Los Angeles Police Department, Foothill Division. Officers do not carry firearms and have no authority to make arrests.
Officers’ duties include the following:
- General monitoring of campus buildings and property
- Responding to calls for service
- Documenting incidents on campus
- Safety escorts
- Assisting in emergencies
- Crowd control at campus events
- Traffic and parking enforcement
- Maintaining a visible presence in the Woodbury University community
Security officers may be reached by calling ext. 208 from a campus phone, or (818) 252-5208.
Notification of Violent Crimes
Students, faculty, and staff are informed periodically about campus security procedures and crime-preventing behavior through the use of University publications and special memos. The policy and procedures manual and the emergency procedures handbook also provide security information to faculty and staff. In the event of a reported crime on campus, the University will provide the community a timely notice in an effort to prevent similar occurrences. Notices will be posted and distributed on campus.
The University cooperates with local police in the investigation of all reported crimes which occur on campus. In accordance with the Campus Security/Student Right To Know Act, the University records and publishes reports of crime statistics in the student handbook. This report may also be viewed here.
Questions about the University’s security policies, crime statistics, or definitions of the above crimes may be directed to the Office of Student Development at (818) 252-5254.