LiveSafe Information

Scripps College, in collaboration with the Claremont University Consortium, created a LiveSafe app for our community. LiveSafe is a free personal safety mobile application for students, staff, faculty, and the community to engage in two-way conversation with Campus Safety. LiveSafe is available to download on iPhone or Android devices.


LiveSafe is an optional application that community members can use to share information, tips, and safety concerns with Campus Safety via text messaging, including picture video, and audio attachments, or even through live chat. Although LiveSafe does not replace contacting 911 or Campus Safety in a life threatening or emergent situation, it does allow users reporting at their fingertips.



Report Tips- Allows users to report accidents, assault/abuse, disturbances, drugs/alcohol, harassment, mental health concerns, suspicious activity, theft, vandalism, suggestions, and other concerns

Emergency Options- Contact 911, message or call Campus Safety

Stay Safe- Safe walk with a friend (of your choosing) or request a safety escort from Campus Safety

Safety Map- Find the closest safety location to your current location on a live time campus map


How to download the application:


  1. Download LiveSafe on your phone by visiting the App Store or Google Play
  2. Sign up with your name & information
  3. Search for your campus and select SCRIPPS COLLEGE
  4. You’re all set!


For more information about the LiveSafe application and how it connects to our community, please visit the CUC site here: