Jamestown Community College is committed to assisting all members of our community in providing for their safety and security as they learn, work, and take advantage of the opportunities our campuses have to offer.
The Campus Safety office is located in the Human Resources suite of the COCE building on the Jamestown Campus, located at 525 Falconer Street, Jamestown, NY 147012. The coordinator of Campus Safety and Security can be contacted by email or by phone at 716.338.1015 (office) / 716.490.0115 (cell phone).
The cooperation and involvement of students and employees in a campus safety program is absolutely necessary. Students and employees must assume responsibility for their own personal safety and the security of their personal belongings by taking simple, common sense precautions. For example, although the campus is well-lighted, any student or employee, male or female, may feel more comfortable walking with a friend or contacting a member of the buildings and grounds department for an escort to their cars at night. Valuables should not be left where they can be seen in the vehicle, but should be locked in the trunk. Bicycles should be left in designated areas and locked. Students and employees should report any suspicious activity or unusual incident or individuals whom they feel do not belong on campus to the coordinator of Campus Safety and Security as soon as possible.
Visitors are welcome on campus. However, they are expected to abide by the same rules that apply to students. Action, including ejection from campus, may be taken against any and all persons who are present in or on college owned or used facilities for an improper purpose or purpose which, in the judgment of the college representative, is improper or interferes with or obstructs the functioning of the college or the normal processes or activities of the college. If students bring their children on campus, the children must remain under the direct supervision of their parents or guardians. Any unsupervised or disruptive children will be detained by a college representative. The child’s parents will be contacted immediately and the child may be asked to leave the campus.