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  • Police Department
  • Dept. of Public Safety BadgePueblo Campus: The police department is located in the Student Center, Room 152 and in the Gorsich Advanced Technology Center, Room 131. DPS officers are available 24 hours a day including weekends, holidays and breaks to assist anyone on campus or in the campus community. Our services range from basic law enforcement to motorist assists such as jump starts or vehicle entry. The police department also provides security escorts to any area on campus. You can reach us by phone at 719.549.3355 or 719.821.6563 as well as through the Facility Services office at 719.549.3345 or 719.549.3291.

    Fremont Campus: Report incidents to the Fremont Campus main office between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. on Friday. During business hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. call 719.296.6130. During other times, students may report incidents to the PCC police officer on duty or to the Pueblo Campus by calling 719.549.3355 or 719.821.6563. You can summon emergency services to the campus by calling 911 from the campus pay phone or your personal cell phone.

    Southwest Colorado Community College: Report incidents to the main office located in either Durango or Mancos during daytime hours. You may summon emergency services by calling 911 from your personal cell phone or from the faculty office if an instructor is available.

  • WARNING! The open carry of firearms or other weapons is specifically prohibited on Pueblo Community College property.


    Emergency Procedures

    In case of FIRE

    Call 911 to notify emergency response personnel. Activate firm alarm if not already activated. Evacuate the building. Go to designated area. Do not leave campus. Notify the Department of Public Safety at 719.549.3355 and Facilities Services at 719.549.3345.


    In case of a medical emergency, call 911 if calling from an on-campus telephone call Public Safety at 719.549.3355. Please be aware of your surroundings in order to give all appropriate details.  Do not attempt to move an injured person unless it is a safety concern.