For All Emergencies Dial 911
To Report an Emergency
On all domestic University campuses call 911.
Then please call the Department of Public Safety at (310) 506-4441.
For non-emergencies call (310) 506-4442.
Pepperdine Emergency Information
Pepperdine's Toll Free Emergency Hotline: (888) 286-5659.
The recorded message is updated regularly during emergency situations
Direct questions related to this service to the Office of Public Relations and News at (310) 506-4138.
Road Conditions Hotline
Information about current road conditions is available on the Road Condition Hotline at (310) 506-ROAD (7623). Road information for the Greater Los Angeles area can be found at SigAlert.com.
Anonymous Wave Tip Line
To anonymously report information to the Department of Public Safety, please call the Anonymous Wave Tip Line (310) 506-7634.
The Department of Public Safety is committed to providing and maintaining a safe and secure environment while respecting the rights and dignity of individuals utilizing the programs and facilities of Pepperdine University. This mission shall be accomplished within the constraints of federal, state and local laws and ordinances.
Public Safety is located on the first floor of the Center for Communication and Business building, below the Seaver Drive / President's Drive intersection. Campus entrance booths are staffed 24-hours a day (Seaver) and from 6:30am-10:30pm (John Tyler), seven days per week.
In addition to the frequent on-campus & Malibu Shopping shuttles six days each week, Pepperdine offers a car sharing program to members of its community with ZipCar. Car sharing allows members, at least 18 years old, an environmentally-friendly, economical alternative to bringing a car to campus. Visit the ZipCar website for step-by-step instructions to reserve a ZipCar.
NOW HIRING FOR FALL 2016: Student Officers
Student Service Officers are uniformed members of the DPS team that assist with medical and security escorts, booth operations, parking enforcement, office administration, special events, fire/life safety services, and emergency response. Student Service Officers work 12-20 hours per week. This is a student leader role.