The CCCCD Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency for Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill and San Ramon. The campus also has a Safety Workgroup who works to ensure ongoing communications and training available to all employees in the prevention of injuries and emergency response. Training shall be accomplished as a joint effort between the Campus Safety Operational Workgroups, District Human Resources, District Facilities and Operations, District Police Services and the appropriate managers and supervisors.
An emergency is defined as any situation where an immediate threat to life or property exists and immediate action or assistance is needed.
The Contra Costa Community College District Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency for Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill and San Ramon.
The CARE team is here to help students of concern. If you believe the issue you've observed is an emergency, please see emergency procedures - do not report it to CARE
The safety tips will give you the right attitudes and actions so that you can protect yourself, your belongings, fellow students and campus. Campus safety depends on everyone.
Title IX protects all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from sex discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual violence, such as rape, sexual assault, sexual battery and sexual coercion.
The purpose of the student code of conduct is to provide guidance in identifying and discouraging behavior that conflicts with the building of a safe, strong and just community that respects and protects the diverse interests and goals of all students, all student organizations, and the ability for Diablo Valley College to provide the highest-quality learning and working environment for our community.
The Great Shake Out is a nationwide event that provides an opportunity for Diablo Valley College to test our level of readiness in the event of an earthquake or other catastrophic event.