The fundamental mission of the Collin College Police Department is to uphold and enforce the Constitution of the United States of America, all applicable federal, state and local government and Collin College laws and regulations. To ensure a positive learning environment that is free of crime, violence or the threat of violence.
Due to the rapid growth of the student population, the Collin College Police Department was formed in December 2002 to serve students, staff, faculty and community members throughout the college district. Officers are located at each campus and currently serve an annual student population of approximately 40,000 as well as community members. All Collin College Police Officers are Licensed Peace Officers and have an average of ten years law enforcement experience.
Per the Texas Education Code, Chapter 51.203, Campus Police Officers are empowered with county wide jurisdiction and work under the same authority as municipal and county agents.
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Campus Crime Statistics
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act http://www.securityoncampus.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=271&Itemid=81
Reporting a Crime or Requesting
Students may also be referred to the Dean of Students for additional disciplinary actions. When calling in an emergency situation, remember to remain calm so that you can be clearly understood and Police assistance can reach you faster.
For a copy of a Police report taken by Collin College Officers please contact the Police Department or the Chief of Police at the college. Copies are provided at no charge.
If at any time you feel unsafe walking to your vehicle day or night, contact Collin College Police and an Officer will be dispatched to your location to escort you to your vehicle.
As a service to the community, the department is available to provide assistance with minor vehicle emergencies such as dead batteries. Contact Collin College Police Department and an Officer will be dispatched to your location.
If you know about, or are a witness to a crime that occurred on Collin College property and wish to report this crime and would like to remain anonymous, please call 972-578-5555 or you can e-mail your information on the Collin College Police anonymous server. Your call will remain anonymous. Collin College Police crime stoppers can pay up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of misdemeanor and felony offenders.
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Officer Don Mewbourn
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This site last updated November, 2011