College Police

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If you are a victim of sex discrimination, sexual misconduct, or retaliation, you are protected by Title IX policies and may report it directly to College Police or contact Joel Corrales, Acting Employee Relations and Title IX Coordinator at jcorrales@swccd.edu.

Title IX Resources

College Police Navigation

 
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Community Programs & Events

 

 Page contents: 

  • Ride-Along Program
  • RAD Class
  • CPR Classes
  • Campus Advisory Committee on Policing
  • Complaints, Questions, Commendations
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Campus & Community Safety

 

Page contents:

  • Emergency Blue Poles
  • Reporting Crimes
  • Reporting Non-Criminal Safety Hazards
  • Crime Prevention
  • Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault & Stalking
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Police Services

 

Page contents:

  • Medical Services
  • Front Counter Services
  • Police Escort Services
  • Victim's Services
  • Vehicle Services
  • Prescription Drug Drop Box
SWC parking lot

Parking Services

 

Page contents: 

  • Virtual Parking Permits - Launching Spring 2022
  • Permit Information
  • Regulations & Citation Information
Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Zack Jones, answering a call

Emergency Preparedness

 

Page contents: 

  • Emergency Notification
  • Emergency Response
  • Campus Tips
  • District Emergency Operations Plan
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Public Information & Resources

 

 Page contents: 

  • California Community Colleges Police Training Reform
  • Jeanne Clery Act
  • Southwestern College Police Procedure Manual

Join Our Team

To see employment opportunities and apply, check out SWC’s Job Site. We constantly update the site with new job postings for our department. SWC Police Academy graduates are encouraged to apply.

 

Campus Police Officer

Duties:

  • Patrol on- and off- campus sites
  • Investigate reports of criminal activity
  • Respond to calls for service

Campus Police Officer Job Description (PDF Document)

 

Public Safety Dispatcher

Duties:

  • Receive and prioritize calls from staff, students and the public
  • Monitor and operate automatic computerized alarm systems
  • Advise and assist District staff and students in resolving routine issues

Public Safety Dispatcher Job Description (PDF Document)

 

Campus Services Officer

Duties:

  • Patrol by foot, motorized cart, or vehicle in order to assist with public services
  • Answer questions, provide information and direct students and visitors

Campus Services Officer is a non-sworn position and is not authorized to carry a firearm.

Campus Services Officer Job Description (PDF Document)

 

Parking Safety Assistant

This position is reserved for student workers.
To apply, visit Student Employment Services or College Police for more information. 

Duties:

  • Providing parking services
  • Traffic control
  • Assisting students