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Campus Safety and Security

For all questions concerning Safety and Security issues please contact the Environmental Health and Safety Department at:
Phone: (707) 638-5967 
E-Mail: donna.allen@tu.edu 
Website: Touro University Security

For information on Touro University Emergency and Crime Reporting Procedures and to view our Annual Security Report please click HERE
Touro University California currently uses the RAVE emergency notification system to manage communications with faculty, students and staff in the event of an emergency. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or the Clery Act, requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs test their emergency notification policies and procedures and maintain a history of the test results. Touro Unversity California tests its emergency notification system at least once per academic year. Test results are used to measure the effectiveness of our system and to provide important information as we enhance and upgrade our notification tools and procedures. For questions concerning our emergency notification system or to review the results of testing history please contact the Environmental Health and Safety Department using the contact information above.
Fire evacuation plans are posted in all of the occupied building located on the campus.
Fire drills are conducted monthly. This encompasses all of the occupied buildings located on the campus with each building having a drill at least once a year. During the fire drills observers note infractions and make suggestions for improvement. Results of the fire drill are forwarded to the campus community via email for review. Reports are maintained with the chairperson of the safety committee. Currently Touro University California does not offer on campus housing.
Safety week is offered by the campus once a year in which staff and faculty are trained in CPR, First aid and the use of a fire extinguisher. This event usually occurs during the first week of June.