The following is a list of some of the types of crime prevention services available for students and employees available year round.
Safety escort services are available on campus for everyone, especially at night. Call 386-226-6480.
Access will be given to facilities for those individuals who are properly authorized. If a resident of a University-managed housing facility is locked out of their room, they should first seek assistance from a member of the Housing & Residence Life staff. If they are not available, Campus Safety & Security personnel will be happy to assist.
An informative brochure on how to select safe off-campus housing, a questionnaire and a brochure are available at the Campus Safety & Security office.
Safety Officers will assist with jump-starts and flat tire inflation. Please call 386-226-6480 to speak with a Campus Safety Dispatcher.
The Campus Safety & Security Department will provide and/or coordinate security for special events on University property.
Engravers and personal registration cards are available at Campus Safety & Security Administration office, Mod 3, for students to mark personal items and log serial numbers for their private records.
Decals, inventory cards and instructions are available in the Campus Safety & Security Administration Office, Mod 3, to aid in theft prevention and recovery of textbooks.
Bicycles must be registered. This helps protect your property by identifying you as the owner in the case of a theft or attempted theft. Go online to the Daytona Beach Online Parking Registration page to register your bicycle — it's free! This will aid in theft prevention and recovery.
High-security bike and motorcycle locks may be leased for an indefinite period of time from Safety Services, Student Center, Room 105. When used properly, these locks offer much more protections against theft than ordinary chain or cable locks. When the lock and key are returned in working condition, the full deposit will be refunded.
If you have a special need or concern that you would like to have addressed on topics of safety or security, the Campus Safety & Security Department will provide or arrange for a speaker.
If the Campus Safety & Security Department cannot provide a service, you will be referred to individuals, University departments or agencies that can.
Your personal safety is important to us. You can always stop by our office in Mod 3 and speak confidentially to Lt. Jaime Gonzales in our Crime Prevention and Personal Safety office. He's generally here between 2:00 pm and 10:00 pm Monday through Friday, ready to help you!
Use these links for more information concerning your personal safety:
Campus Safety & Security Department
Dean of Students
The following phone numbers must be preceded by a "9" when using a campus phone.
Daytona Beach Fire Department
Daytona Beach Police (non-emergency)
Halifax Medical Center Emergency Department