Safety and Security
Campus Security and Information
In the Dale B. Regehr Grand Hall (Mezzanine) at the top of the entrance staircase.
24 hours per day, 7 days per week
General Enquiries & information: (778) 782-7070 or local 27070
Emergency line: (778) 782-7511 or local 27511
Simon Fraser University Surrey is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for students, staff and visitors.
The Campus Information and Security desk is located in the Dale B. Regehr Grand Hall (Mezzanine). Security guards are on duty 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. At any given time, one Security guard will be located at the Security desk and campus is monitored by cameras and by guards on foot patrol.
All classrooms and labs have a wall phone and speed dial #1 will connect immediately to Campus Security. Or call in any security or safety concerns to the Campus Information and Security desk at 778.782.7070.
On a personal safety note, do not leave backpacks or laptops unattended and always lock offices and labs when leaving. Please report any unusual activity. Do not leave any incidents unreported as this will help SFU monitor activities and make improvements.
Central City Security
Central City Security for the office tower and the shopping mall are separate from SFU Surrey Campus Security, but both teams work together for the benefit of faculty, staff, students and visitors. The main lobby security desk has officers on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Tower Security may be contacted at 604.588.7855.
Safe Walk Program
Our Safe Walk program offers an escort, on request, to the parkade or across the street to the transit loop and Skytrain entrance. To use the service, please visit or call the security desk in the Dale B. Regehr Grand Hall.
TransLink Safety and Security
Students, staff and visitors should be aware that TransLink also has comprehensive safety and security measures. All SkyTrain vehicles and stations are monitored by both remote cameras and onsite personnel. SkyTrain attendants provide personalized assistance with support from TransLink Security. In addition, buses at the SkyTrain station are equipped with communication systems that keeps them in touch with "T-Comm," a 24/7 contact point to provide support in the event of any safety and security issues.
Safety and Security Seminars
Julie Stewart, SFU's Personal Security Officer, is available to speak to individuals or groups regarding safety issues. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Emergency and First Aid
Call local SFU Surrey Security at local 27511 or 778.782.7511, or "speed dial 1" in the teaching classrooms/labs. Never dial 911 from campus.
Provide information about the incident location and nature of injury.
Indicate whether an ambulance is required.
Report the incident to your supervisor.
Direct injured individuals to the Campus Security desk in the Dale B. Regehr Grand Hall. A First Aid Room is adjacent to the Information and Security desk.