Report an Incident

Campus Security Authority (CSA) Reporting Form

The form below is the CSA Report Form.  A Campus Security Authority (CSA) is an individual, who by virtue of their College responsibilities and under the Clery Act, is designated to receive and report criminal incidents to the Department of Public Safety so that they may be included and published in the College’s Annual Security Report.  They have completed training on appropriately handling reporting crimes, victim relations and support, and related school policies. This form may also determine if a timely warning/security alert should be sent to the College community.  College CSA's may use the form and email to

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Contact Public Safety

Phone: (925) 631-4282
Email: (Administrative use only.  This email not monitored in real time)
LiveSafe App: Reports/tips can be made anonymously and can include photos, video or audio. 

Contact Moraga Police or Fire Department

Emergency Phone: 911
Non-emergency Phone: (925) 284-5010


Confidentiality is important to us at Public Safety. Your reported crime will not be shared with anyone and will remain anonymous if requested. All e-mails will be deleted once they are given to the Director of Public Safety. Note: If the email relates to a Title IX violation or other mandatory-reporting situation, it cannot remain confidential.

Let's all work together to make the Saint Mary's College campus a safer environment to learn and work.

Officer Conduct

As part of SMC Public Safety ongoing commitment to provide exceptional service, we welcome feedback. To provide the department with information regarding exceptional or disappointing service, or to file a complaint about the conduct of a member of Public Safety, contact the department through any of the following means:

  • In person at Public Safety -  Assumption Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
  • By mail to 1928 Saint Mary’s Road, Moraga, CA 94575
  • By email to
  • By phone at 925-631-8097

Service complaints and/or alleged misconduct by employees will be investigated in a timely manner with fairness, neutrality, and impartiality. The Chief/Director of Public Safety will review all completed investigations and determine appropriate corrective measures. Complainants who file a formal complaint will be notified of the outcome in writing.