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Safety & Security

Facilities Services Building

Phone: 360-475-7800 Fax: 360-475-7809

The Office of Safety & Security is located in the second floor of the Facilities Services Building on the Bremerton campus, and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  You can reach us by calling 475-7800 or by using any of the campus emergency call boxes located around campus.

Important Summer Safety Tips

Please take a few moments to look over these important summer safety tips from FEMA.

http://www.usfa.fema.gov/citizens/home_fire_prev/holiday-seasonal/summer_storms.shtm


Important Traffic/Parking Information

To register your vehicle and get your student parking decal or faculty/staff placard you must provide proof of class registration (students) or payment (faculty/staff) and bring in a valid vehicle registration for each vehicle you wish to drive to and park on campus.

In accordance with Olympic College Policy 200-16, Procedure-01, Summer Session Open Parking has ended as of August 31st.  Students are required to park in designated student lots.  Faculty and Staff are to resume parking and observing the reserved assigned spaces.  Child Development Center customer parking is limited to the pick up and drop off spaces only, not the numbered spaces that are assigned to, and paid for, by faculty and staff.  All Students/Faculty/Staff are reminded that each of their vehicles must have a valid OC parking sticker/placard on display to park on campus.  Parking in Visitor parking spaces is NOT permitted for Students/Faculty/Staff.  Contact us at 475-7800 with questions.



Community Links

See the Kitsap County website for information on registered sex offenders, road conditions, and more.

See the Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management link for emergency preparedness tips, road conditions, and more.

If you are a victim of a crime see the Washington Statewide Victim Information and Notification service will tell you if an offender is in custody and will give you other important information. This service will also let you leave a phone number where you can be reached automatically when a specific offender is released.

Besides overall campus security, this office also provides numerous services aimed at enhancement of the personal safety, welfare and protection of property within our campus community. Some of these services are listed below:

  • Crime Prevention Consultation
  • Emergency Message Delivery
  • Environmental Safety
  • Escort Service from class to vehicle
  • Hazardous Waste Removal
  • Lost & Found Services
  • Personal Safety Advice and Seminars
  • Victim Assistance Referral
  • Parking


Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Do we have Security 24 hours a day and on weekends?
A. Yes, and Security can be reached after normal business hours and on weekends by calling 475-7800 (answered 24 hours a day), or using one of the yellow emergency telephones (see Emergency Telephone Locations link at left).

Q. Where do we report an emergency, or what do I do if I am the victim of a crime?
A. If the situation requires immediate Police or Medical help dial 9-1-1 (on campus dial 9-9-1-1), then contact the Security Office by dialing 475-7800, pressing the "/Security" button on your phone, or accessing one of the yellow emergency telephones (see Emergency Telephone Locations link at left).

Q. Does Security provide escorts?
A. Yes, you can contact Security and arrange for an Officer to escort you to your class, or vehicle. These arrangements can be made in advance and scheduled throughout the quarter.

Q. If I am having a problem with someone in my class, or another student on campus, should I contact Security?
A. Safety & Security should be contacted immediately if you are having any difficulty with another student on campus. All students at Olympic College have the right to attend school without being harassed, intimidated, or threatened. The Safety and Security Office works closely with the Office of the Vice President of Student Services, and has a "zero tolerance" policy with regards to potentially violent/harmful situations. If you would like to contact the Office of the Vice President of Student Services directly, email sriddle@olympic.edu.