Campus Security works to facilitate the safety and security of the students, staff, faculty, visitors, and property of Iowa Central Community College. Campus Security is a service-oriented team that promotes safety, security, education, and personal responsibility.
Campus Security can be reached by calling 515-574-1000.
In the event of an immediate threat, danger, or injury contact the local authorities by dialing 911 and then call Iowa Central Campus Security.
You can email Campus Security any time at:
About Campus Security
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Campus Security includes a supervisor, three full-time employees, and five part-time employees. The supervisor reports to the VP of Enrollment Management. Campus Security staff are not sworn or commissioned law enforcement officers. They do not carry weapons. With the exception of the supervisor, all on-duty personnel wear a distinctive security uniform. They provide basic security services to the campus community and are on duty during selective hours during the day. Members of the Campus Security staff attend training programs specifically designed for security personnel.
Campus Security works closely with the Fort Dodge Police Department and other local authorities. Campus Security provides walking and vehicle patrols, responds to criminal and non-criminal incidents. Campus Security offers an evening safety escort service to anyone who requests it, to anywhere on campus. Security officers make routine patrols of the campus, including lounge areas, and checks of the residence halls.
Campus Security makes, keeps, and maintains a daily log written in a form that is easily understood and records all crimes reported to the office. The log is available to the public for inspection in the VP of Enrollment Managements Office.
Iowa Central is concerned about the safety, health and well-being of all of its students, faculty and staff. The College has policies regarding the well-being for all members of the Iowa Central community, including policies which address incidents disruptive to the mission of the College as well as any homicidal, suicidal or self-injurious threats or behaviors. A referral may be filed with the Threat Assessment team if you suspect or know of any of these types of behaviors. Please refer to the Threat Assessment link for more information.