Safety at Touro University California 

In compliance with the federal Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, Public Law 101-52 as amended into the Jeanne Clery Act of 1998, Touro University California provides these web pages and links.

Our Annual Security Report is designed to provide you with important information about safety and security on campus. You will find crime statistics that have been reported by Campus Security to various local, state and federal agencies. The pages also contain a statement of the University's drug, alcohol and emergency preparedness polices in addition to outlining tips and available resources to help make your time with us comfortable and safe. Pleas take some time to read these pages and educate yourself about what you can do to make our campus a safer place.

The link to the Megan's Law page will provide important and timely information on the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act (the Wetterling Act).  This act is a United States law that requires states to implement a sex offender and crimes against children registry.  On this page you will be able to obtain information on location of registered sex offenders in the Vallejo area.

Touro University California's security team is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all members of our community. As part of our ongoing effort, we also recognize that safety begins with each one of us. The success of our campus safety program is directly tied to community involvement.  All faculty, students and staff need to be alert and understand the basic facts about  security and safety. We need to take preventive measures to ensure our safety.

For general assistance contact our office which is located in the lower level of Wilderman Hall room G-59 or at (707) 638-5800.  In the event of an emergency, Security may be reached directly by calling (707) 638-5804.  Security is on duty 24 hours a day.  Local police and fire can also be reach 24 hour per day by calling 9911 from any campus phone.

If you have any questions or concerns about information presented on these web pages, to view the full safety report or, if you have questions about your own safety as a member of the Touro University California, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Jay Ritchie at (707) 638-5800 or Dr. James Binkerd

Biological Safety is the area of Environmental Safety that is concerned with preventing occupationally acquired infections. This web site contains information on the following topics: Recombinant DNA, Infectious Agents, Biological Safety Cabinets, Bloodborne Pathogens, Management of Hazardous and Medical Wastes.

Regulated medical waste consists of sharps (hypodermic needled, blades, syringes) and bio-hazardous wastes (e.g. laboratory wastes, solid 'red-bag' wastes covered with blood or other potentially infectious materials, and pharmaceuticals). Medical wastes should be managed and disposed according to the Medical Waste Management Act set by DHS.

For an overview of your responsibilities as a member of the University community, please review the following must-know information: