The safety and security of students, faculty and staff is a College priority. TCC's Department of Public Safety/Campus Police works with other departments within the College to maintain a safe and secure environment for more than 20,000 students attending TCC's four campus locations.
TCC's Campus Police Officers are vested with full law enforcement powers and responsibilities
identical to Tulsa's local police department. Officers are trained at the Council of Law Enforcement, Education and Training, and have additional training in
firearms, first aid and legal procedures.
TCC's Department of Public Safety/Campus Police has an excellent relationship with city, state and
federal law enforcement agencies in its jurisdiction. The department is a member of both the Oklahoma and International Associations of Campus Law
Campus police officers are responsible for crime reports, investigations, emergencies, traffic accidents and other incidents which require police assistance. Campus crime statistics for the past three years, including hate, arrests for drug, alcohol and weapons violations are contained in the report. Policies about sexual assault, drug and alcohol prevention programs are included with details of available support services for victims. The Annual Security Report (ASR/Clery Statistics) is found online and provides crime prevention tips, the website for sex offender and violent offender lists and registration, and clear instructions about getting help or reporting a crime.
|2013 ASR.pdf||2.24 MB|
|Clery 2014 ASR.pdf||1.25 MB|