Because of a partial power outage, Columbus Campus classes in the following areas are canceled for today: Anthropology, Criminology, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology. More
Columbus State Police provides the following services:
To contact us:
Columbus State Police Department
Lieutenant Kevin J. Smith
Columbus State Police
550 E. Spring Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Dial 911
- ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE (1 HOUR)
- SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION (1 HOUR)
- TACTICAL COMMUNICATION (1 HOUR)
- COMMUNITY POLICING—SAFETY PRACTICES (1 HOUR)
Active Shooter Response
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The proper use of vehicle restraint systems is proven to have reduced the number of injuries and death. This includes the proper use of Child Restraint Seats.
RAVE - Emergency Text Messages
Columbus State partners with Rave Wireless to provide an emergency text notification system that consists of three services; CSCC Alert, RaveGuardian and Eyewitness. CSCC Alert is a mass notification service that allows Columbus State to send a large number of messages through text, home email and voice calls to alert our students, faculty and staff of significant emergencies, provided your cell phone contact information is entered into Rave.
The other feature of RaveGuardian is the emergency number, 614-384-5927; this does not replace 911 in an emergency. This is intended to be used if you are in a situation you are not comfortable with or in an emergency after 911 has been called. The number should be stored in your phone as a speed dial number, something such as the number 9 that is easy to remember and easy to press if you need it. More Details
Never Drive or let anyone drive impaired. You could become the victim and the criminal.
MORE SAFETY TIPS
Columbus State Community College places a high priority on the safety of its students and staff members. Columbus State Police strives to maintain our excellent safety record.
Although uniformed Campus Police Officers patrol the Columbus campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, it is crucial that the campus community take responsibility for its safety. 90% of campus crimes are crimes of opportunity. You reduce your chances of being a crime victim by reducing the opportunity. By watching out for yourself and others, we can all contribute to a safe campus environment.
Lock all car doors. Secure valuables in the trunk or out of sight, including GPS, laptops, textbooks, purses, briefcases etc. Also, don't leave valuables unattended in buildings. Don't hesitate to call Columbus State Police at 614-287-2525 to report suspicious people or activity.
Remember to abide by policies, local, state and federal laws. Campus Police Officers are Ohio certified law enforcement officers.
- Police Department
- Safety Tips
- Reporting Incidents
- Daily Crime Log
- Clery Annual Security Report
- Clery Crime Alerts
- RAVE Text Message Alerts
- Sex Offender Notification / eSORN Database
- Lost and Found
- Crime & Sexual Assault Prevention
- Crime Prevention
- Facility Key & Card Access Requests
- College Safety Council