If an active emergency is occurring go to UCLA's Emergency Information page Bruins Safe Online

Follow these emergency procedures to be ready when an emergency strikes.

During an Emergency

STUDENTS

  • Report an emergency or suspicious activity to UCPD by calling 911 or using the Bruins Safe App
  • Check in with your RA and/or professor
  • Follow directions given by UCLA faculty, staff and first responders
  • Obtain accurate information from verified sources via Bruins Safe Online, BruinAlert & UCLA Newsroom

 

STAFF & FACULTY

  • Report an emergency or suspicious activity to UCPD by calling 911 or using the Bruins Safe App
  • Follow your warden’s directions: evacuate to your pre-designated assembly area & check in with your warden
    • If students or visitors are with you, make sure they are accounted for as well by notifying your warden
    • Report anyone missing or trapped
  • Obtain accurate information from verified sources via Bruins Safe Online, BruinAlert & UCLA Newsroom
  • Follow directions given by first responders
  • Assume your emergency response role (e.g., Facility, Floor or Area Warden, Building Coordinator, EMPG or CEOG member, etc.) if you have one

 

PARENTS & FAMILY

  • Obtain accurate information from verified sources via Bruins Safe Online, BruinAlert & UCLA Newsroom
  • Do not panic if you cannot reach your child. Following a large-scale emergency cell phones do not usually work
  • Unless directed to do so, do not come to campus during an emergency as additional individuals and traffic on campus will inhibit response efforts