Mt. SAC Police and Campus Safety

For emergencies dial 911.
For non-emergencies dial (909) 274-4555
Text-A-Tip: (909) 610-9139

Welcome to the Mt. SAC Police and Campus Safety website. For additional information about campus safety and parking, view our resources section below.

    • Chief, Police and Campus Safety Finalists': Provide Feedback

      Chief, Police and Campus Safety Finalists' Open Forum

      April 25, 2024 | 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
      In Person: Building 13, Room 1700 
      Streaming: YouTube

      Provide Your Feedback
      Submit your feedback through a convenient online form. The information provided will remain anonymous.  Comments will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 3, 2024.

      Finalists for the Chief, Police and Campus Safety will be able to introduce themselves to the Mt. SAC community at a public forum. During this event, they will be able to share their views and philosophies on current issues and challenges and their vision for the Police and Campus Safety department.

      Morris Rodrigue, Vice President of Administrative Services, will moderate the forum. The format will be consistent for all candidates, who will have the opportunity to introduce themselves, respond to a series of prepared questions (derived from forum feedback), and provide a closing statement.

      Ask the Finalists

      Please use the link provided below to submit your questions. We encourage employees, students, and community members to participate. The submission period will end on Sunday, April 21, 2024.

      Recording: A recording of the event will be available from April 25, 2024, to May 2, 2024, on Mt. SAC’s YouTube page.


Police and Campus Safety

Emergency Contact Information
For emergencies, dial 911.
For non-emergencies dial (909) 274-4555
    • P&CS Core Values

      Police & Campus Safety Department

      Service to Our Campus Community
      We are committed to providing quality service to ALL of our campus community members, which includes meeting the needs of our customers in a sincere, professional, unbiased, and focused approach. 
      Commitment to Leadership
      Each member of our Department needs to be a leader in the public safety and law enforcement professions.  A significant part of our leadership role is to ensure that our values become part of our day-to-day work life on our campus.  It is imperative that our action engender the highest level of respect from our students, co-workers, professional colleagues, and our campus community members.
      Respect for People
      In order to successfully serve our college community members, it is imperative that we treat all people with dignity and respect, whether they be students, community members, co-workers, visitors to the campus, or law violators.  Our demonstration of respect will help gain respect for our Department and its members.
      In performing our daily duties, integrity in our actions and words must remain at the top of our value system.
      Respect for the Law
      Our adherence to the law must always remain unquestioned.  We must always obey and support the spirit and letter of the law.

    • Subscribe to Emergency Alerts

      Mt. San Antonio College notifies students, faculty and staff about campus emergencies with personalized voice, text and email messages. Add your emergency contact information to receive these important messages.

      Learn more about Emergency Alerts

      Add/Update Emergency Contact Information in Mt. SAC Portal

    • Parking & Permits
      • Student Parking
      • Faculty & Staff Parking
      • Visitors & Day Use
      • Student Parking Permit Fees
      • Purchasing Parking Permit Online
      • Displaying Permit
      • Permit Refunds
      • Special Parking Areas

      Parking and Permit Information

      Citations & Appeal Process

    • Policies
      • Weapons Policy
      • Alcohol
      • Controlled Substances
      • Skateboard, Scooters, Roller Skate Policy
      • Smoking Policy



    • Emergency Procedures / Evacuation

      In compliance with the Higher Education Act, Mt. SAC's Emergency Response and Evacuation Plan is available to current and prospective students and employees. The plan contains procedures on what to do in the event of a serious campus incident that poses an immediate or ongoing threat to the safety and health of the college community.

      Disabled persons or anyone with mobility challenges should call Dispatch (909) 274-4555 or 911 and request assistance. Someone will respond to your location and help you get to a safe location.

    • Clery Act Compliance

      The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 was renamed the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act in 1998 in memory of Jeanne Clery, a Lehigh University student who was murdered in her dorm room in 1986. It is commonly referred to as the Clery Act and requires all post-secondary institutions participating in Title IV student financial assistance programs to disclose campus crime statistics and security information. The purpose of the Clery Act is to provide timely and accurate information so members of the campus community can make informed decisions about their own safety. The Clery Act also requires that Mt. SAC maintain a daily crime log and notify the campus community about crimes that pose an ongoing threat. The Campus Emergency Alert System is used to notify students, faculty, and staff about campus emergencies with voice, text and email messages. Be sure to sign up so you receive these important messages.

      Learn more about Clery Act

    • Daily Crime Log

      In accordance with the Clery Act, the Daily Crime Log records criminal incidents and alleged criminal incidents that occur at Mt. San Antonio College and are reported to the Mt. San Antonio College Police and Campus Safety Department.

      Daily Crime Log

    • Annual Security Report (ASR)

      The Mt. SAC Annual Security Report is produced to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Crime Statistics Act. The report includes policy statements and specific information regarding Mt. SAC’s safety and security programs. It includes three years of statistics for particular types of crimes that occurred on campus and on public property on or immediately adjacent to the campus.

      Annual Security Report

    • Campus Security Authorities (CSA)

      Campus Security Authority (CSA) is an individual who, by virtue of his or her responsibilities, is designated to report criminal incidents to the Police and Campus Safety Department. CSAs have completed training on crime reporting, victim support, and school policies. CSAs are required to print out a CSA Incident Report Form, complete it, and forward the completed report to Police and Campus Safety as soon as it is practicable. Contact Police and Campus Safety at (909) 274-4555, and an officer will respond to collect the report. For questions regarding the Clery Act, contact the Campus Clery Coordinator at (909) 274 5538.

      CSA Incident Report Form

    • Police and Campus Safety Advisory Committee

      The Police and Campus Safety Advisory Committee is the primary advisory group that promotes effective communication and collaboration between constituent groups and Police and Campus Safety to maintain a positive campus relationship with regard to public safety issues.

      Police and Campus Safety Advisory Committee

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