Campus safety and fire safety information
The Clery Act is a federal statute requiring all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to maintain and disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses for the last three years. This information must be published and distributed by October 1 each year to current and prospective students and employees. Compliance is monitored by the United States Department of Education. Additionally, a fire safety report must be available as well documenting fires and describing fire detection equipment in each residential facility.
All members of the Pepperdine community should report all criminal and/or suspicious activity to Public Safety immediately. The Clery Act, however, requires that all Campus Security Authorities: Public Safety personnel and individuals with significant responsibility for student and campus activities to report report all crimes. This includes, but is not limited to, coaches, resident advisers, greek life leaders, Student Affairs leadership, and deans. Please use the form below to report Clery crimes to Public Safety. If your role already utilizes a form and method for reporting crimes, please use that form.
Campus Crime Report Form
Please browse the links below to view the 2017 Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report, annual crime and fire statistics summaries, and the crime log. Please contact the Department of Public Safety at 310/506-4700 to obtain a paper copy of these reports.
Campus Safety and Fire Safety Report
2015-2017 Crime Statistics
2015-2017 Fire Occurrence Statistics and Safety Systems
Crime and Fire Log- It includes all reportable crimes and fire incidents reported for the last 60 days. Please contact the Department of Public Safety at 310/506-4442 additional information.
Pepperdine also complies with the Clery Act's requirement to post a link to the State
of California Department of Justice Sex Offender Registry:
Megan's Law - Sex Offender Registration and Exclusion Information This allows members of the campus community to access information about registered sex offenders.