Be Safe

Warrior Express

Established for the protection of students after dark, UPD has been providing evening shuttles throughout campus since the early 1990’s. Students, faculty, staff and visitors may ride our Warrior Express shuttles for no fare.

Request a Shuttle

Text your location and destination to 277-8940 or call 667-3114.  Our evening student call-takers will receive and respond to requests, letting you know when a shuttle is available.

Fall 2014 Shuttle Hours*

Monday – Thursday: 6PM – Midnight
Friday: 6PM – 10PM

*Excludes non-instructional days (e.g. Spring Break) and University recognized holidays.

If you fear for your safety at ANY TIME, you may request an officer to provide a safety escort by calling 667-3114.

Two, 7-passenger gas carts are currently operating as our shuttles.  We are excited to announce that UPD applied for and received a grant through the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District to help cover the cost of four, 15-passenger electric shuttles! The new carts will be easily identifiable as a shuttle (bright yellow) and be far better for the environment. We anticipate their arrival soon – check back here for updates.

Disability Resource Services provides transportation for students with disabilities. They are located in MSR 210 and can be reached at 667-3159.

Motorist Assistance

Car battery dead? Locked your keys in your car, perhaps? If you are parked on campus, wait by your vehicle and give UPD a call at 667-3114. We can help and it’s free. We will need to know where your vehicle is parked along with the make, model, color and license plate of your vehicle.

Lost & Found

To check with lost and found or report a lost item, give UPD a call at 667-3114 during business hours.  Found property is retained for six months.  Unclaimed property is donated to a local organization.

Dispatch Services

UPD Dispatch/Communication Center is staffed with P.O.S.T. certified police dispatchers as required by the State of California and student assistants who assist with reception, phones and more.  In an emergency always dial 9-1-1 (not 667-3114) to guarantee the line will be answered by a dispatcher with police radio access to expedite response time.