CAMPUS NOTICE

 

UC SAN DIEGO POLICE DEPARTMENT

March 19, 2019


ALL ACADEMICS, STAFF AND STUDENTS AT UC SAN DIEGO

SUBJECT:    **UPDATE** of 3/18/19 Community Alert Bulletin Campus Threats

We want to thank our community for the calls and emails you have provided to assist in our investigation of the threat postings. There have been no new incidents since yesterday and the investigation is ongoing. We take every threat of violence extremely seriously and continue to encourage anyone with information to contact us at 858-534-4357 or detective@ucsd.edu.

Tonight we will have increased overnight patrols around frequently used study locations and residential areas of campus. Throughout the day today we had additional UCPD officers, supplemented by San Diego State University Police, patrolling lecture halls and locations throughout campus. Community Service Officers have augmented their efforts. The San Diego Police Department is providing extra patrol of our campus as their availability permits. We thank all our law enforcement partners for their ongoing assistance.

We remind our community to use the Triton Rides rideshare service between 8 p.m and 8 a.m. nightly. This service provides shared rides from campus locations to other campus locations, and up to one mile off-campus. Call 858-534-9255 or use the TapRides App, available in the Android Play Store or Itunes, to request a ride. Walking escorts are also available from our Community Service Officers by calling 858-534-9255.

The Deans of Student Affairs are available to assist individual undergraduate students seeking academic support services for final exams (Eleanor Roosevelt College: 858-534-2204; Muir College: 858-534-3588; Revelle College: 858-534-1578; Sixth College: 858-822-5966; Thurgood Marshall College: 858-534-4397; and Warren College: 858-534-6171).

We anticipate providing another update tomorrow evening. As always, if you see or hear anything suspicious or have any concerns, please call the UC Police (911-Emergency & 858-534-4357 Non-Emergency).



David S. Rose
Chief of Police