Campus Safety Services

LiveSafe Application and Mass Notification System

LiveSafe is a free smartphone application that provides campus safety information, allows users to text tips in to Public Safety, helps community members stay safe while away from campus, and allows users to receive mass notification alerts from St. Kates when there is an identified hazard on campus. It is imperative that campus community members download LiveSafe onto their iOS or Android devices to use these safety features and to get the alerts.

Community members who do not have a smartphone can still sign up to receive mass notification alerts from St. Kate's but will be unable to access the other safety features. To sign up to receive alerts, email Public Safety at and let us know you would like to receive these alerts. Include your name, email address, and cell phone number. Once signed up, you will receive email and SMS alerts from St. Kate's when a mass notification alert is sent out.

For more information about LiveSafe, contact Public Safety by phone at 651-690-8888, by email, or click on the links below.

Download LiveSafe app on an iPad or iPhone

Download LiveSafe app on an Android

LiveSafe how-to

LiveSafe video tutorials

Campus Escorts

Public safety officers are available to provide campus community members and guests with escorts to locations in a perimeter around the St. Paul campus by foot or with the public safety vehicle.

To request an escort, please contact our dispatch center at 651-690-8888 or message us through the LiveSafe app.

Campus escort boundary maps

Vehicle Assistance

Public Safety provides assistance with vehicle unlocks, jump starts, and tire changing to anyone on campus, or to St. Kate's students, faculty, and staff on or off campus. To request a vehicle assistance service, please call us at 651-690-8888 or message us through the LiveSafe app.

If unlocks or jump starts fail, we will provide you with a phone number of a locksmith or local mechanic.

A waiver of liability form must be signed by the individual requesting assistance prior to receiving service.