In an Emergency Dial 911

In Person: Come to the Public Safety office in K100 on the main campus. Building K is the large green building, just west of the Gymnasium and across from the Baseball field. See the Campus Map.


Main Public Safety Number: (425) 564-2400

Picture of public safety call boxNote: If you need to contact the Department of Public Safety after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends, a direct line to an officer can be obtained from the gray telephone box outside of Building K or by dialing (425) 564-2400. If you use the gray telephone box, lift the handset and the call will be automatically connected to an officer in the field.



K100 Office Hours

Monday – Friday (Except for Holidays and Closures)
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Exceptions: Expanded hours during the first week of each quarter (except summer quarter) – 8:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Hours during breaks are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Recent News and Updates:

Situation Update: Ebola

Date posted: December 18, 2014

Snapshot Report #25 HEALTHCARE EMERGENCY COORDINATION CENTER DATE: NOVEMBER 24, 2014 TIME: 1630 SITUATION UPDATE There are currently no confirmed or suspected causes of Ebola in Washington State. The Washington State Department of Health in conjunction with local health jurisdictions continues to monitor at least nine travelers from Ebola affected countries in West Africa. Today …more about Situation Update: Ebola

Lockdown After Action Report – B-Building

Date posted: December 11, 2014

Season’s greetings. As you may have heard, on Friday, December 5, 2014, the Public Safety Department, in conjunction with Student Services and members of the Book Store, conducted a drill to simulate a lockdown event. This mock emergency was coordinated by Ata Karim, VP of Student Affairs, Ray White, VP of Administrative Services, and the …more about Lockdown After Action Report – B-Building

Situation Update: Ebola

Date posted: November 5, 2014

HEALTHCARE EMERGENCY COORDINATION CENTER – SNAPSHOT REPORT #9 DATE: OCTOBER 30, 2014 TIME: 1600 SITUATION UPDATE Currently there are six travelers in Washington State being monitored by public health agencies. These people have all recently returned from a West African country where Ebola is present but they are not ill and are not exhibiting any …more about Situation Update: Ebola