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Campus Police

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The men and women of the Oklahoma City Community College Campus Police Department are committed to enhance the quality of campus life, lessen the fear of crime and promote safety for all students, faculty, staff and visitors.

The Campus Police Department operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and has accredited Campus Police Officers on duty at all times. 

The Campus Police Department was established in 2010 and has successfully transitioned to its current staff of 26 sworn and 3 non-sworn full time positions, in addition to multiple part time positions.  Campus Police Officers provide law enforcement and safety services for the Main Campus and three other OCCC locations including the Family and Community Education Center, the Professional Development Institute and the Capitol Hill Center. 

The Campus Police Department office is located between Faculty Circle Drive and May Ave north of the John Massey Center on Main Campus.

Safety is the primary focus of the Campus Police.  Officers respond to all calls involving criminal acts, medical emergencies and fire. Some of the routine services provided by the Campus Police believed to enhance the safety and security of those who visit OCCC include:

  • Safety Escorts to/from parking lots
  • Vehicle Battery jump starts.
  • Vehicle Unlocks
  • Lost & Found Property Management