Burba, Randy A.
Randy A. Burba has served in higher education law enforcement for over 29 years and currently serves as the Chief of Public Safety for Chapman University, where he is responsible for all law enforcement related functions, parking, transportation services, fire & life safety, and emergency management for the university. Randy obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Administration from Cal Poly University and is a graduate of The University of Southern California’s Delinquency Control Institute. He is a graduate of the Los Angeles Police Department’s West Point Leadership and Command Program and Gavin De Becker’s Advanced Threat Assessment and Management Academy. Randy enjoys the opportunity to partner with many diverse groups to solve problems within the communities he serves. He assisted in building a house as part of the Habitat for Humanity program, as a community oriented policing initiative, while at the University of Southern California and is currently involved in many town and gown initiatives to improve relations among neighbors and the university community
Randy currently serves as President for The California College and University Police Chief’s Association (CCUPCA); The Mountain Pacific Regional Director on the board of The International Association of Campus Law enforcement Administrators (IACLEA); a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP); The American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS); and on the board of directors for Crime Survivors Inc. Serving on these professional associations has given him the opportunity to work on enhancing the tools and the profession of campus law enforcement through active involvement in legislative efforts on the state and national level. Randy enjoys giving back to the profession and making a difference for all college and university faculty, staff, and students.