Making sure you always feel safe is our top priority. That’s why we have a number of initiatives in place to ensure your safety and security at all our campuses.
There’s an emergency number you can call if you ever need to, along with emergency help points at every campus so you can reach us if you don’t have a phone. We have a general security number too, where you can get advice, make a report or ask for a security escort.
For an overview of our services, take a look at our safety and security video:
Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, our security officers patrol campuses on foot, bicycles and in cars to make sure your environment is safe and secure.
If you want a security officer to walk with you anywhere on campus, call the general security number (03 9902 7777) to arrange a safety escort.
Security buses run on our Clayton and Caulfield campuses from 5.30pm to midnight, Monday to Friday. They leave about every 30 minutes.
- Current location of Caulfield security bus (live tracker)
- Caulfield security bus route (pdf, 0.56 mb)
There are emergency help points (phones and intercoms) at every campus. Just press the button or pick up the phone to talk to Security.
Help point locations
- Caulfield emergency help points (pdf, 1.35 mb)
- Clayton emergency help points (pdf, 1.62 mb)
- Parkville emergency help points (pdf, 0.58 mb)
- Peninsula emergency help points ((pdf, 1.55 mb)
Campus security offices
We’ve got security offices on all our campuses so you can get help when you need it. Drop by or call us at any time, day or night, seven days a week.
Caulfield security office
Location: ground floor, building T
(multi-level car park, south side main entry)
Clayton security office
Location: 59 Scenic Boulevard
Parkville security office
Location: Scott Building
Peninsula security office
Location: level 1, Administration Building C
For your safety, our control room staff monitor security cameras, electronic access points, and intruder and emergency alarms on all our campuses.
The security cameras record images and recognise vehicle licence plate numbers, helping us prevent incidents and respond quickly.