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Last updated on Feb 27, 2023

Lock Up & Unlocks

Authorized Students (students with pre-designated access), staff, or faculty members can request to have a room/building unlocked or locked by calling Public Safety at 415-703-9510. Valid and current CCA Photo ID is required prior to service being completed.

CCA Photo ID's

All student ID issues (including updating stickers) are handled Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Public Safety offices on either campus.

Important: The first photo ID card is free to new students; replacement cards cost $10 (paid at Student Accounts, proof of payment must be provided). ID cards can be paid for online at: ID Card Credit Card Payment by using a credit card. Once paid, Public Safety receives a receipt as proof of payment. Chains and lanyards for photo ID cards can be obtained at both Public Safety offices. Students must obtain a sticker to validate their photo ID card for each semester of enrollment. Validation stickers can be obtained at the Public Safety desk in Hooper Graduate Building on the SF campus or the OAC Desk in Oakland with proof of current enrollment and a completed student ID acknowledgment form.

  • Crime Prevention Program: Public Safety offers the following crime prevention programs to encourage and enable members of the college community to take responsibility for their own security. More information can be obtained from the Public Safety office.
  • Safety Presentations: Speakers are available to give presentations regarding domestic violence, sexual assault, crime prevention, identity theft, personal safety, injury prevention, ergonomics, workplace violence, emergency preparedness, and other topics.
  • Crime Alert Notices: When circumstances warrant, the department releases bulletins to alert the college community to special crime-related conditions. CCA uses the RAVE emergency alert system to provide Timely Warnings and Emergency Alerts to our community.
  • Resource Materials: Brochures and other printed materials about safety, crime prevention, emergency preparedness, alcohol or drug abuse, and public transportation are available in the Public Safety office.

Bicycle Safety

CCA supports a vibrant biking community. There are bike racks located in many locations around and within the campuses. Please use appropriate locking systems when using both indoor and outdoor bike racks. Please refer to SF Safe Bike Registry to globally register your bike. Bicycle or scooter riding and skateboarding within the campus is prohibited. Please walk your bicycle, skateboard or scooter to avoid injuring yourself or others in the CCA community.