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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 group recommendations

Parnassus Heights Campus Security Work GroupRecommendations

Jeffrey Bluestone, Director UCSF Diabetes Center

Pamela Roskowski, Chief of Police

October 31, 2006


Work group charge

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

FBI Index Crimes 2005


Parnassus heights campus security work group recommendations

UCSF Police Department

Calls for Service by Location

November 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006


Security concerns

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


Recommendations accountability and education

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


Recommendations protection service enhancements

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


Recommendations security service integration

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


Parnassus heights campus security work group recommendations

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


Questions

Questions?


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