The Contra Costa Community College District Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency for Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill and San Ramon. Please contact them with any questions or problems regarding security, thefts, or other crimes, fire, first aid, and lost and found items.
Diablo Valley College
San Ramon Campus District Office
For office hours, please visit: District Police Services
To make reports after normal business hours, please contact the appropriate police department dispatch center below:
Diablo Valley College
San Ramon Campus
provide the dispatcher with your name, telephone call-back number, and location (including campus, building, and room number). Provide the dispatcher with:
Remain on the line. Do not hang up until instructed to do so by the dispatcher.
The DVC Campus Police have a number of programs and services in place to ensure the safety of our students and staff.
Students, staff members and/or police officers are available to escort students to and from their classrooms on the DVC campus. Call police services to arrange for an escort to meet on campus. This service is available on a first-call, first-served basis to all students and staff. Pleasant Hill: 925-969-2785 San Ramon: 925-551-6212
As the term begins, we want to welcome everyone to Diablo Valley College. The College District Police Department would like to provide some Safety Tips to help you stay safe and keep your valuables from going missing.
Do not leave valuables in plain view inside of your parked vehicles. Try to take them with you when you leave your vehicle. Leaving them in open view even for a minute gives potential thieves an opportunity to take your belongings.
Never leave electronics, books and bags unattended out of your sight. If you leave your desk or the room take all of your belongings with you.
When walking to your vehicles at the end of the night, try and stay on pathways that are well-lit. Police Services does provide escorts to your vehicles. If you would like a member of Police Services to provide you with a safety escort please contact our office at 925-686-5547.
We hope that everyone has a great year here at Diablo Valley College!
In accordance with V.C. 21113(f), the use of bicycles, motorized bicycles, electric
bicycles, skateboards, electrically motorized boards, and roller skates on the DVC
campus is strictly prohibited.
DVC recognizes that students, faculty, and staff use multiple means of transportation to come to campus. While honoring the importance of personal choice, the college must also consider the safety and well-being of the campus community and visitors, as well as the preservation of college property. In an effort to balance community safety and the ability to use these means of transportation to get to and from the college, DVC has determined it necessary to do more to enforce the existing policy.
Police Services Officers are authorized to take action on individuals violating campus policy. In addition to a potential citation and fine, all DVC students who refuse to comply with this policy may also be referred to the Vice President of Student Services (or Designee) for disciplinary action. For non-DVC students, Police Services may issue a citation, impose a fine, and/or restrict access to the campus for a designated period of time.
Just a reminder to use extra vigilance in watching over your personal belongings. Thefts are common at this time of the year and we don't want it to happen to you. Please keep your belongings safely under watch at all times.
If you do lose an item, be sure to visit the lost and found located at Police Services. Pleasant Hill Campus Police Services are located next to the Engineering Technology Building, parking lot 1. San Ramon Campus Police Services are located in W-102.
If you are faced with a potentially violent or dangerous situation on campus: First move to a safe location and then immediately contact campus police at ext. 23000 from a campus phone, orfrom your cell phone.
Our campus police are highly trained to deal with a wide variety of situations involving students and visitors on campus. View our 4CD Police Services campus safety tips.
Students, faculty and staff can call to provide information without having to leave any personal information.