False Alarm Reduction Program

False Alarm Reduction Program The USC Department of Public Safety provides security alarm monitoring and response to alarm activations. When an officer responds to an… Read more »

Summer RAD Classes for Women

USC Public Safety is now offering Women’s Self-Defense (RAD) courses during the summer of 2016. Visit our online registration if interested. You will be sent… Read more »

Summer Bicycle Impounds

DPS will begin clearing the campus of abandoned bicycles on Wednesday, May 18, 2016. Make sure your bicycle is registered so that we be able… Read more »

Message of Importance

USC has been made aware of the anonymous delivery of anti-Semitic messages to several networked printers at University Park and Health Sciences campus. Universities across… Read more »

5 Crime Prevention Tips for the Holiday Break

With Winter Break fast approaching, you’re probably focusing on finishing papers, vacation travel plans, or last minute gift shopping. Because we’re often distracted at this time of year, it’s easy to overlook safety precautions in favor of more festive priorities. But winter also sees a spike in petty theft and other crimes so it’s essential for you to stay aware. Read our quick tips for keeping your stuff and (most importantly) yourself safe over break.

Coffee with a Cop

DPS invites you to enjoy FREE coffee and ice tea on November 3, 2015. Come out to enjoy FREE coffee and iced tea, courtesy of… Read more »

Register your bike

Bikes are one of the most convenient ways to get around campus and a valuable asset–whether you’re dashing between classes or taking a study break to meet friends for a coffee, owning a bike helps keep you mobile. In order to cut down on theft and improve recovery rates, DPS offers a complimentary bike registration system for all staff, students, and faculty. If you are planning on using your bike on campus, you must register it by completing our online form.