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Parnassus Heights Campus Security Work Group Recommendations. Jeffrey Bluestone, Director UCSF Diabetes Center Pamela Roskowski, Chief of Police October 31, 2006. Work Group Charge. Recommend short and long-term strategies to enhance: Safety, security and individual accountability

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Parnassus Heights Campus Security Work GroupRecommendations

Jeffrey Bluestone, Director UCSF Diabetes Center

Pamela Roskowski, Chief of Police

October 31, 2006


Work Group Charge

Recommend short and long-term strategies to enhance:

  • Safety, security and individual accountability

  • Assess security risks at UCSF Parnassus Heights

  • Assess existing infrastructure and ID gaps

  • Identify roles and at all levels

  • Develop education strategies


FBI Index Crimes 2005


UCSF Police Department

Calls for Service by Location

November 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006


Security Concerns

  • Burglary up 39%

  • Violent person crimes up 24%

    • Robbery, attempted rape, felony assault, dangerous weapons

  • 57% of Police calls at Parnassus

  • Homeless intrusion

  • Too many access points

  • Lack of security and police visibility

  • Propped and damaged doors

  • Doors that won’t close or lock

  • Failure to wear USCF ID

  • Uncontrolled access from Medical Center

  • Loss of intellectual property / HIPAA


RecommendationsAccountability and Education

1Adopt and Implement Policies

  • Defeating SecuritySystems Policy

  • Key Control Policy

    2Crime Prevention Outreach and Education

  • Chancellor’s Public Safety and Security Committee

  • Safety Training including individual accountability


RecommendationsProtection Service Enhancements

3–5 Security Guards

  • Southside Complex – 24/7 – Homeland Security Risk Mitigation

  • MU/ACC Garages – Nighttime Patrol and Escorts

  • Library – All Business Hours

    6 CCTV Monitoring

  • 280+ cameras

  • 24/7 Centralized monitoring w/Police Communication Center

    7–8 Perimeter Access Control Enhancements

  • Medical Sciences/Moffitt Hospital Access Controlled Stairwell

  • Library – Migration to Pro Watch

    9 Infrastructure Maintenance and Repairs

    10 Relocate Police Sub-station to Street Level

  • Improve crime prevention value through visibility

  • Improve accessibility


RecommendationsSecurity Service Integration

11Consolidated Communication and Records Management

  • Single point of contact to report incidents

  • Improve response time & reduce risk

  • Increase crime solvability

  • Improve tactical and strategic planning

    12Security Service Integration

  • Force Multiplier Concept

  • Consistent Response Policy

  • Interoperable communications

  • Standardize Uniforms

  • Reduce Redundant Services

    13 Parking Enforcement Service Integration

  • Force Multiplier Concept

  • Improve reporting and interoperable communications

  • Cross Train


Crime Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility

“Police are the public and the public are the police; the police are only members of the public who are paid to give full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interests of community welfare and existence. “

Sir Robert Peel 1855

UCSF Executive Leadership

  • Set organizational vision and tone, adopt policy and recommendations, fund security resources and strategies

    UCSF Leadership

  • Implement security strategies, ensure accountability, collaboratively problem-solve

    All UCSF Members

  • Practice “street smarts” and personal responsibility

  • Comply with crime prevention best practices and UCSF policy

  • Promptly report suspicious activity to Police Communication Center

  • Promptly report door and alarm problems, lock doors and ask questions


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