Security Resources & Reports
Welcome to the Campus Security Resources page. Security personnel are available at all campuses, and can be reached by calling 360-475-7800 or by using a call box for assistance.
You can view the location of a call box on campus by using this link to the interactive map of Olympic College. Along the top of the map, you can browse different campus locations. Along the left menu of the map, you can check the selection box for emergency phones, as well as other useful information.
Annual Security Report & Crime Statistics
Access Clery Act Annual Security Reports, Drug-Free Schools & Community Act reports, and Crime & Fire Statistics.
- Accident - Injury Form: Use this form if there is a personal accident or injury (not for vehicle collisions). No matter how insignificant the accident or injury might seem, it is best to always submit this form.
- Witness Statement Form: Use this form to submit a statement to Campus Security. You can use this form to report any activity, concern, or complaint.
- Room Access Request Form: Use this form to authorize access outside of regularly scheduled room use, except after Campus Hours of Operation. Approval determined by the Director of Campus Security.
PulsePoint is an application for your mobile device that empowers individuals with the ability to provide life-saving assistance to victims of Cardiac Arrest. There are two applications: PulsePoint Respond is ideal for persons who are CPR trained, although the application does include information for "CPR How-To" and "AED How-To." PulsePoint AED is a comprehensive registry of AEDs for use during emergencies.
Olympic College has provided photos and locations of the AED devices that are located on campus, which can be seen in both Respond and AED applications. The Respond application also shows the location of ongoing emergencies, including Residential Fires, Fire Alarms, Medical Emergencies, Fallen Wires, Traffic Incidents, and more. The Respond application synchronizes with the 911 call center, giving you near real-time information about ongoing emergencies.
Visit the websites for the Department of Emergency Management for Kitsap, Mason, or Jefferson counties for emergency preparedness tips, road conditions, and more.
The Washington Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN) is a confidential service for victims of a crime, or for concerned citizens, that will tell you whether an offender is in custody and can give you other important information.
You can be notified when a specific offender is released by leaving a phone number. Petitioners can get notification of when a protection order has been served by police, and get reminders of when a protection order is 90 days from expiration.
This service is confidential, and you can register without the respondent's (offender's) knowledge. You may register online, or by calling 1-877-242-4055 where operators are available 24 hours a day to help. Notice: Do not rely solely on SAVIN for your safety. If you feel you are in danger, call 911.
This section lists individuals trespassed from Olympic College property for crime or conduct violations. If any member of the campus community has contact with trespassed individuals on any Olympic College property, please immediately notify Campus Security at 360-475-7800 with the trespassed individual's name, location, and description of their clothing and/or vehicle. Thank you for helping keep our campus safe.
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Registered Sex Offenders
Registered Sex Offenders
Release of Sex Offender Information
Olympic College considers the protection of our community to be a matter of significant importance. The 1990 Community Protection Act allows Olympic College to provide notice to the community when it has received information concerning sex offenders who are or will be attending classes or working on the campus. More information can be found in the Olympic College Guidelines and Policy on Notification of Sex Offenders (OCP 200-04): Release of Sex Offender Information.
Both Kitsap and Mason County Sheriff's Offices maintain sex offender registries:
Registered Sex Offenders: Enrolling for Classes
Registered sex offenders who are enrolling at Olympic College must notify the college and meet with the Vice President of Student Services or a designee prior to enrolling or attending any class or activity on any of the three campuses:
- Prior to registering each term, contact the Office of the Vice President of Student Services to schedule an appointment;
- Meet with the Vice President of Student Services or designee;
- Register for classes; if you have questions, contact the Welcome Center;
- Email your class schedule and all subsequent schedule changes to the Office of the Vice President of Student Services; and
- Adhere to all communicated expectations.