Dear SF State Students, Faculty & Staff,
San Francisco State University's 2015 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report (ASR) is published and provided by Student Affairs & Enrollment Management in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy & Campus Crime Statistics Act, as well as with California Education Code Section 67380. The report contains the following:
- Important safety information and procedures;
- Policies concerning campus security such as crime prevention, the emergency notification system, alcohol and other drug use, sexual assault, and Title IX compliance;
- Crime statistics for the previous three years; and
- Fire statistics for incidents that occurred in on-campus residence facilities for the previous three years.
Additionally, the SF State University Police Department maintains an electronic version of its Daily Crime Log at this website: www.sfsu.edu/~upd/crimelog/index.html. The Daily Crime Log contains all crimes reported to University Police within the last 60 days and is updated every 48 hours.
SF State’s 2015 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report is available for download from the UPD website at http://sfsu.edu/~upd/clery/Campus_Security_Report_Current.pdf. You may obtain a hard copy of this report from the University Police Department, by visiting 1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132, or by calling (415) 338-7200.
The SF State University Police Department is always looking for feedback via your comments and concerns. For your convenience, a survey is available on the department website at www.sfsu.edu/~upd/ under Department Links, Feedback/Comments. We greatly appreciate your participation in this effort to improve our service to the community.
Student Affairs & Enrollment Management encourages all present and prospective members of the SF State community to educate themselves about crimes occurring on and around our campus, as well as about campus safety and support programs. We all share the responsibility for maintaining a safe and healthy learning, living and working environment.
Luoluo Hong, PhD, MPH
Vice President & Title IX Coordinator
Student Affairs & Enrollment Management
Assistant: (415) 338-7313
Office: (415) 338-2032