TCC Police provides an environment conducive to protection, safety and public service for a culturally diverse college community. TCC Police is committed to protecting lives, property and rights of all people, maintaining order, and enforcing the law impartially. To fulfill our mission, we will work within the framework of the U.S. Constitution and will strive to attain the highest degree of ethical behavior and professional conduct at all times.
If you need police assistance, please call (918) 595-8888.
If you are calling from a College phone, call extension 8888.
The Daily Crime Log containing incident reports on file with the Tulsa Community College Campus Police.
Annual information about campus crime and security policies.
How to Complement or Complain
To complement an officer (or officers), or to lodge a formal complaint you must do so in writing.
You must complete the Complement or Complaint Form and email the completed form to the Chief and Assistant Chief of Police.
Police Officers and Staff, Policies
Chief Melvin Murdock
Chief of Police
Assistant Chief Scott Surface
Assistant Chief of Police
Lt. Robert Jerome
Lt. Andrew Mullenix
Chiefs Admin Assistant
IT Infrastructure, Inventory Control, and Project Manager
909 South Boston, Room 1005
Capt. Mike Eubanks
Lt. Denesa Klockenkemper
3727 East Apache, Room AB136
Capt. Steve Williams
10300 East 81st Street
Capt. Annette Williams
7505 West 41st Street South, Room I182
Capt. Tim Lawson
6111 East Skelly Drive
Lt. Steve Howard
House Bill 2597
House Bill 2597, also known as the "constitutional carry" bill, went into effect November 1, 2019. It allows Oklahomans, age 21 and older, to carry a firearm without a permit. In addition, veterans, active duty and reserve military members, age 18 and over, can carry a firearm without a permit. Existing provisions allowing private property owners to prohibit firearms are maintained under the bill including the ability of higher education institutions like TCC to limit the carry of firearms on campuses. The TCC Board of Regents approved the 2019-2020 Board of Regents Policy Manual at its September meeting which included revisions to the Safety and Security General Policies. BR.14.H – Weapons, Firearms, Ammunition, Fireworks, and Explosives and Dangerous Chemical provides for such limitations and is consistent with the new state law.