Contact Campus Safety

To report in-progress crimes, fires or medical emergencies, please dial 9-911 from any college telephone and then contact Campus Safety.

On-Duty Campus Safety Officers can be contacted when the Campus Safety Office is closed, by dialing the Office phone number and following the prompts to connect to their hand-held radios.  They can also be reached by using the Emergency Telephones placed throughout each main campus, with locations clearly marked on campus maps.

Fort Steilacoom

Campus Safety Office
9401 Farwest Drive SW
Cascade Building, C311
Office: (253) 964-6751
campussafety@pierce.ctc.edu

Office Hours:
M-Th: 8 a.m. - noon

Myron Fritts
Sergeant-Supervisor

Puyallup

Campus Safety Office
1601 39th Avenue SE
Gaspard Building, A117
Office: (253) 840-8481
campussafety@pierce.ctc.edu

Office Hours:
M-Th: 8 a.m. - Noon

Maureen Rickertsen 
Sergeant-Supervisor
253-864-3295

Campus Safety Information

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The Campus Safety Department has a non-commissioned security force of eight full-time and approximately seventeen part-time officers. All Campus Security Officers have received First Aid, CPR and AED training and additional instruction in emergency response.

Crime Prevention

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The Director of Safety and Security will conduct crime prevention and safety awareness presentations when requested by various community groups, including students and employees of the College. Participants are routinely encouraged to be responsible for their own security and safety.

Reporting

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For statistical purposes, crime statistics reported to any of these sources are recorded in the calendar year the crime was reported. A written request for statistical information is made on an annual basis to all Campus Security Authorities, as defined by federal law.

Emergency Preparedness

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The Pierce College Emergency Management Plan includes information about College operating status parameters, incident priorities, shelter-in-place and evacuation guidelines, and local contingency and continuity planning requirements.