Safety & Security - Student Services

Safety and Security

​​MBKU's Safety and Security Department works with students, families, employees and the community to provide a safe educational environment. The Department of Campus Safety and Security is open and staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week to serve the college community.​ Contact the Department of Campus Safety if you observe a crime or suspicious incident, or if you notice a security problem. Campus Safety can also be contacted for emergency (e.g., police, fire or medical emergencies) and non-emergency officer assistance.

Contact Information

  • Main (Fullerton) Campus:  714.992.7892 or by dialing *5 from any campus phone
  • Ketchum Health Campus:  714.463.7509
  • Los Angeles Campus:  323.234.9137

Access to Campus

All guests should be accompanied by an MBKU-affiliated escort and first check in with Campus Safety. It is for the safety of all MBKU faculty, staff, and students that common entrances are posted with trespass warnings and all vehicles parked on campus have the appropriate permit. For any permit inquiries, contact the Campus Safety office.

Campus Security Act

  • Annual Security Report

    This Annual Security Report is prepared annually by the Department of Campus Safety. It includes crime and fire safety data, along with policies pertaining to campus safety, crime and fire safety. This Annual Report is published prior to October 1 of each year and distributed to all students and employees of Marshall B. Ketchum University.

  • Crime Statistics

    In accordance with the Clery Act, Marshall B. Ketchum University provides mandatory crime statistics as part of the Annual Security Report.  The website to access this report is provided annually to all enrolled students, staff and faculty via MBKU email.  Campus Safety requests crime statistics from law enforcement agencies with jurisdiction for all of MBKU’s reportable locations each year prior to the completion of the Annual Report.  These statistics, along with reported crimes in specified categories, are included for the preceding three years.

    Upon request, a written crime statistics report is available in the Campus Safety Office during business hours.

    MBKU encourages victims of crimes to report incidents to the Department of Campus Safety regardless of how insignificant the crime may appear. To report a crime, a victim or witness should call 714.992.7892. University administrators receive reports about crime on a regular basis. Campus Safety Officers will also assist victims who want to report crimes to the Fullerton Police Department.

    The Department of Campus Safety has taken several steps to prevent crime. Some of these efforts include:

    • 24-hour patrol
    • Officers dispatched by radio
    • Alarms in key areas
    • Card key entry systems in MBKU buildings, properties and designated administrative offices.
    • On-campus escorts
    • Video surveillance