At the heart of Canada’s capital, the University of Ottawa is one of our country’s leading research universities. The University of Ottawa is a cosmopolitan community of over 40,000 students, faculty and staff who live, work and study in both English and French. Our campuses are like a small city, teeming with life. Protection Services has been serving its community since 1969 and takes pride in ensuring a quality of life to its clientele and making our campuses safe. Protection Services is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year round. To find out where our offices are located, click on the links below:
Location of Protection Services office on main campus (downtown location)
At Roger-Guindon, the Protection Services office is located near the main entrance, in room 2013.
At 200 Lees, the Protection Services office is located in room C-146.
We are often asked if our campuses are safe. At Protection Services, we believe that they are very safe. With 40,000 people on our campuses, they are home to a small community. If all the members of this community make an effort to reduce risk by taking simple preventative measures, the risk of becoming a victim is reduced. The most common crime on campus is theft of personal property. Trends show that thieves take advantage of situations such as a wallet or laptop left unattended or a bike or locker with a poor quality lock. Would you like to learn how to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of theft or other crimes on campus? Browse the pages of this Web site to get tips on how to prevent crime and to learn about the services available to help make our campuses even safer.