The chief discusses the new ONE USC Safety Vision, her philosophy on public safety, and how her department will work with students, faculty, staff and the community.
Student-driven campaign is part of the university’s ONE USC Safety Vision, which aims to create a safe and inclusive environment for all members of the USC community.
More than 41 million people worldwide took part in the drill.
Pedestrians and bikes, skateboards or electric scooters can be a dangerous mix. A two-day event this weekon at the University Park Campus aims to help everyone stay safe.
The board has started implementing several community initiatives as part of an ongoing discussion on DPS’s role at the university.
The report from the Department of Public Safety Community Advisory Board recommends steps aimed at strengthening trust between the university, DPS and the broader community and making security more equitable.
Master’s students Monica Caris and Riley McGuire just wanted to educate people about autism, but already their capstone project has become part of yearly officer training.
USC’s public safety officers and support staff discuss what it’s like to patrol and protect a nearly empty campus during a pandemic.
Alma Burke, formerly a sergeant in the Los Angeles Police Department, returns to the university where she received her graduate degree to help keep students safe and strengthen relationships with the local community.
The USC Department of Public Safety offers several initiatives so that Trojans can help themselves, and each other, stay safe.