The health and safety of students, faculty and staff at Touro University is a top priority.
This page contains access to the policies and reporting procedures to ensure a healthy and safe campus environment. Contact Campus Security 24/7 by calling (707) 638-5804
Crime & Personal Safety
Touro University has several layers of protection to ensure campus safety is as high as possible. Along with uniformed security personnel who patrol the campus, Touro has 10 Blue Light Emergency Phone towers located across campus. Touro also partners with Everbridge, an Emergency Notification System (ENS), to provide timely alerts and information about incidents, events or emergencies. The Everbridge notification system is tested to ensure students, faculty and staff receive notifications in a timely, efficient manner.
Report a Crime
You can fill out a form anonymously to report a crime.
Campus CARES Team
The TUC Campus CARE Team is a task force of staff and faculty who meet regularly to promote student success and campus safety by identifying individuals who demonstrate early warning signs of possible concerning, distressing or disruptive behavior. The CARE Team’s goal is to successfully engage, support, and minimize concerns by intervening at the earliest possible point. Accomplishing this goal requires a coordinated institutional response that includes all members of the TUC community.
When to Report
Trust your instinct. If you see someone who is potentially in distress, report it.
Touro has protocols for sharps, bio-hazardous wastes, and other medical wastes. These are managed and disposed of according to the Medical Waste Management Act set by DHS. You may also find a Full List and Links to Waste Guides, Plans & Manuals here. Touro also has policies and procedures for accidental occupational exposure to needles, blood, and blood borne products.
Touro students, faculty and staff undergo training about expected appropriate behavior while on campus, while working or volunteering at off-site locations related to TUC activities.
You can find a registry of people convicted of sex offenses and crimes against children, as required by Megan's Law and related legislation.