CCAC Safety and Security
The Community College of Allegheny County consists of four main campuses and several centers and satellite sites. Each campus (Allegheny, Boyce, North and South) has a Director of Safety and Security who is also a sworn police officer as recognized by the Office of the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania and governed by the Office of the State Secretary of Education. These directors are charged with all the duties and responsibilities pertaining to campus safety and security and report to the Executive Director of Emergency Management/Safety & Security. The safety and security of the campus community (students, faculty, staff and visitors) is a priority issue at CCAC.
The majority of safety and security patrol and service is provided by a contracted guard service with on-site supervisors who work under the auspices of the campus Director of Safety and Security. The contracted guards are not police officers but do serve a vital function in the safety and security of the campus community.
Important Links and Documents
Below are links that will provide you with specific information concerning some of the policies, services and practices of CCAC with respect to safety and security at our campuses, centers and sites. Additional information can be obtained from the campus the Directors of Safety and Security, the Civil Rights Compliance Officer or the Vice President for Compliance and Legal Affairs.
General information/phone numbers
Emergency/severe weather notifications
Personal injury reporting
Parking enforcement/parking permits
Emergency notification testing
Emergency response policy
Emergency Evacuation Procedures & Quick Reference Guides
Megan's Law, Sex Offenses & Offenders
CCAC Antihazing Report
Roof Access Procedures
College-wide Emergency Response Team
Assistant to the President & Board of Trustees
V.P. Chief Facilities Officer
Executive Director of Emergency Management and College Safety & Security
Campus President, Allegheny North Campus, West Hills, EIC, and Homewood Brushton Center
Director of Safety &Security, Allegheny Campus and Homewood Brushton Center
Director of Safety & Security, North Campus, West Hills, and EIC
Campus President, South, Boyce, Braddock Hills Center, and Washington County Cente
Director of Safety & Security, South Campus, Braddock Hills Center, and Washington County Center
Director of Safety & Security, Boyce Campus
If You See Something, Say Something Challenge
Safety is top priority at CCAC and we are constantly working to improve our student's knowledge and skills that will keep them safe on campus and in the community. CCAC is proud to be a part of the "If you See Something, Say Something" campaign from US Homeland Security. Take the challenge! Watch the videos below to challenge yourself and your situational awareness.
"If You See Something, Say Something" Campaign from US Homeland Security
How to Operate a Fire Extinguisher