Building: Fuller Hall
Address: 3301 Fifth Ave., Sacramento, CA 95817
Map View: Public Safety Map
Welcome Message from the Director
The mission of the Public Safety Department is to provide a safe and secure environment in which our students and employees can study and work. We try to accomplish this through training and open communication with the campus community.
The Pacific McGeorge Public Safety Department provides 24-hour patrol and crime prevention service for the McGeorge campus, its students and employees. The Public Safety Office is located in the Fuller Hall Building at 3301 Fifth Ave., at the north end of the building. It is accessible from 33rd Street.
Brian Sasom, Director of Public Safety | Email
- Emergency Information
- Call 916.739.7200 for 24-hour access to Public Safety.
- Call 916.217.0896 for 24-hour access to Public Safety when campus phone lines are down or during a campus power outage.
- Parking Information
- Safety Tips
- Sexual Assault and Response Policy Statement
Safety Escort Program
The Public Safety Office employs student officers to escort students and staff members to and from campus parking lots, offices and residences. Student officers carry radios and maintain constant contact with patrol officers. To request an escort, call 916.739.7200 or contact the attendant on duty at the Law Library circulation desk.
Public Safety Publications
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (pdf)
- Recently Found Items List (pdf)
- Monthly Crime Report (pdf)
- University Animal Policy (pdf)
Daily Crime Logs
A daily crime log is maintained and is available for public view on the bulletin board outside of the Director of Public Safety's office. Safety alerts are widely distributed and posted on bulletin boards in residence and academic halls and in other conspicuous places around the campus to properly alert the community of violent incidents that may occur on or near the McGeorge campus.
Members of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law campus community have the right to access "Megan's Law" information about registered sex offenders who are employed or enrolled on campus. In compliance with federal reporting requirements under the Campus Security Policy and Crimes Statistics Act, you can obtain this information at: http://www.meganslaw.ca.gov/disclaimer.aspx.
Engravers to Mark Valuables
Engravers are available to students living on campus from the Campus Public Safety Office. Engraving greatly increases the chances of recovering property if it is stolen.
With the exception of law enforcement officers, McGeorge students and employees are prohibited from bringing firearms of any type, weapons (as defined per CA penal code, etc.), ammunition, fireworks or explosives of any kind onto the campus and campus housing.