In the event of an emergency, call (916) 558-2221 and press zero, or call 911.
What to Do in an Emergency
Our offices and colleges have emergency procedures in place to address potential emergency situations. Learn what steps to take in an emergency.
Evacuations are directed by Los Rios Police or college officials. Building evacuation routes are posted in hallways of all multi-story buildings.
Shelter-in-place means taking refuge in an interior room with no or few windows. In some cases, it may be safer to shelter-in-place than to evacuate.
In the event of a power failure, most buildings have emergency lighting that will turn on automatically. If asked to evacuate, then use the...
In the event of an earthquake, take cover, stay away from windows, and wait for instructions from police or college officials.
If you are the victim of – or witness – sexual assault, then call the police and seek medical attention. Our colleges offer resources for...
It is the job of Los Rios Police Department (LRPD) to protect our students, employees, and visitors – but campus safety is still a shared responsibility!
If you see or hear something unusual or suspicious, call the police at (916) 558-2221. By taking this shared responsibility seriously, we all help create a safe environment that fosters teaching and learning.