Stay Safe on UBC's Vancouver campus

IMPORTANT

UBC has a strong track record of having safe campuses, and we all play a role in keeping it that way. One of the best ways to stay safe, and keep others safe, is to look out for each other.

  • You have options for getting around campus after dark:

    • Walk with a friend, classmate or colleague
    • Use AMS Safewalk, TransLink shuttles, or Campus Security services
  • Trust your instincts. If you feel in danger, or witness suspicious activity, call 911 immediately.


Campus Safety Alert

May 18, 2017

The Vancouver Police Department has issued a public warning after the statutory release of convicted sex offender Cameron Eugene Ratelle. You can read the release here: http://mediareleases.vpd.ca/2017/05/18/sexual-offender-to-reside-in-vancouver/

Ratelle is bound by the conditions of his statutory release, which include not to go on the property of any educational institute or school, including university campuses. On April 7, he was seen at UBC and was escorted off the University campus and banned from returning.

If you see Ratelle on campus, call 911 immediately.