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Campus Community Police Service

Police ServicesCampus Community Police Service is involved in activities that include Patrols, Responses, Crime Prevention, Emergency Management and Fire Safety. This service also provides information about campus safety, personal safety and property safety.  

In the event of an emergency, call 911.

Call 519-661-3300 for non-emergencies

Visit the Campus Community Police Service website to learn more about:

Personal Safety
  • Work Safe Program
  • Being Aware
  • Dating Safety
  • Driving Safety
  • Indecent Phone Calls
  • Rape Aggression Defence (RAD) Training
  • Sexual Assault
  • Facebook Safety
Property Security
  • Computer Security
  • Theft Prevention
  • Bike Security
  • Wallets & Credit Cards

London Police Service

601 Dundas Street
Call 911 for emergencies
Call 519-661-5670 for non-emergencies

If you dial 911 while you are off-campus or from your cell phone you will be connected to the London Police Service.

Blue Emergency Phones on Campus

There are 21 Code Blue Emergency Phones across the campus to help ensure campus safety. They are available for anyone to use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To use the phone, press the emergency button and it will connect you with Campus Police.

Use the emergency phones if:

Western Foot Patrol

Room 57, UCC
Telephone: 519-661-3650
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Western Foot Patrol volunteer teams provide safe escorts on the main and affiliate college campuses and on some off-campus locations. A volunteer co-ed team will wait with you at bus stops, ensure you reach your car safely in campus parking lots and escort you to campus buildings, including residences. This is a free service. Western Foot Patrol also promotes safety awareness around campus, deters crimes, conducts Blue Emergency Phone and lighting audits, reports suspicious activities and works with the Campus Police to operate the Work Safe program.

Student Emergency Response Team (SERT)

Room 28, UCC
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. 84824
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SERT is a student run, volunteer organization that responds to on-campus medical emergencies by providing first-aid response to 911 calls on Main, Brescia, and Huron Campuses. SERT often deals with minor, non-life threatening situations that do not require an ambulance. They also offer First Aid and CPR courses to those interested.

Campus Shuttle Buses

Campus Shuttle Bus Service
Free shuttle buses run between Brescia University College and King’s University College via Western from Monday to Friday. You do not need to show a bus pass.  Bus routes are identified by a number on the front of the bus. Bus schedules and maps are available at the UCC, on the buses and on the King's website.

Mustang Express Late-Night Shuttle
The University Students' Council (USC) operates the Mustang Express, a late night shuttle service that provides students with safe transportation from downtown London after the LTC buses have stopped operating. For details please contact the USC at 519-661-3722 or visit the Mustang Express website.

Late-Night Exam Shuttle 
During the December and April exam periods the USC arranges a late night Exam Shuttle service for all students that departs from the Natural Science Building and Oxford Drive (in front of the UCC). For details please contact the USC at 519-661-3722 or visit the exam shuttle service website.

Public Transit: Late Night Courtesy Stops

At night, you can request a ’Courtesy Stop’ from an LTC bus driver. The bus driver will then stop as close to your destination as possible. 

If you are ever in an unsafe situation you can get onto a public bus and the driver can contact the police through their radio dispatch. When traveling, asking strangers for directions can indicate to that you are not familiar with your surroundings. If you need directions, start by asking a bus driver or store employee.