Campus safety and security


Community Colleges of Spokane strives to create, promote and maintain college campuses and facilities that accommodate all students, faculty and staff. We believe campus safety is everyone's responsibility and encourage each of you to learn as much as possible about personal safety and campus emergency procedures.


CAMPUS GEOGRAPHY

The list of buildings and properties CCS owns and controls is available from the Offices of Campus Safety at SCC and SFCC.

CRIME STATISTICS

See our Annual Security Report, Page 1, Introduction and Reporting

CAMPUS SECURITY AUTHORITIES (CSA)

See our Annual Security Report, Page 1, Reporting

DAILY CRIME LOG

The daily crime log is updated each morning and can reviewed in the Offices of Campus Safety at SCC and SFCC.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND EVACUATION PROCEDURES

TIMELY WARNINGS

See Annual Security Report, Page 1, Reporting.


ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT


REPORT TO U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION VIA WEB-BASED DATA COLLECTION

Each September, CCS submits required crime statistics to the U.S. Department of Education via the web-based data collection system.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & COMMUNICATION

CCS Emergency Management Plan
Spokane County emergency management department: "See something, say something"

CRIME PREVENTION

Crime prevention tips
Safety tips for student, faculty and staff

CAMPUS SECURITY INFORMATION

Campus student enrollment
CCS employee count
Campus security personnel: SCC | SFCC
Mutual assistance agreements
Parking citation appeals

ABOUT CCS EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS


POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR:

   * Preventing campus violence: Misconduct | Disruption/obstruction | Abuse of self/others | Hazing | Disorderly  conduct
   * Weapons on campus: Misconduct | Firearms/dangerous weapons
   * Controlled substances: Misconduct | Drugs/drug paraphernalia | Alcohol
   * Student privacy: Student records | Family Education Right and Privacy Act
   * Sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking: Misconduct | Abuse of self/others | Sexual misconduct Stalking
   * Sexual harassment: Misconduct | Harassment
   * Communicating with students, faculty, staff and the media during and following natural and non-natural emergencies:
   * Emergency communications CCS Administrative Procedure 2.30.05R