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Campus Security

Rogue Community College maintains a cooperative relationship with the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, the City of Medford Police Department, the City of Grants Pass Department of Public Safety and the Oregon State Police. The Rogue Community College Campus Security Department consists of the Director of Risk Management who oversees the Campus Security and Safety Officer and the Risk Management Coordinator. The College also maintains a contract with a private security firm that provides security officers at the Redwood Campus, the Riverside Campus, the Table Rock Campus and the Kerby Campus. The contract security staff are unarmed, non-sworn personnel. Rogue Community College does not have a Memorandum of Understanding or other written agreement with outside police agencies, but enjoys a positive and cooperative relationship with state and local law enforcement.

After contacting 911, Campus Security is the primary reporting location for all criminal activity and emergency situations on campus. Reporting can be accomplished by the following means:

  • Campus Security at the Redwood Campus may be reached 24 hours per day 7 days per week via cell phone at 541-218-2930.
  • Campus Security at the Riverside Campus may be reached between 7am and 11pm Monday – Friday and from 7am – 7pm on Saturday via cell phone at 541-218-2931.
  • Campus Security at the Table Rock Campus may be reached between 7am and 10:30pm Monday – Friday and between 7am and 7pm on Saturday via cell phone at 541-218-3639.
  • The Rogue Community College Campus Safety and Security Officer may be reached during business hours by calling 541-956-7873.
  • Crime reports and incident reports submitted to Campus Security are covered under state law and are subject to public record requirements.

 

RCC Incident Report

You can complete an RCC Incident Report here.


Campus Security Authorities

Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) are individual employees of Rogue Community College who have been designated as CSAs because of specific duties or responsibilities associated with their position. A list of current CSAs is maintained on the Risk Management webpage. CSAs are required to forward all reports they receive in their role as a CSA to Campus Security. Confidentiality may be maintained but it will limit any further action by Rogue Community College.

Campus Security Authority Reporting Form (coming soon)


Annual Security Report
Rogue Community College publishes an Annual Security Report no later than October 1st of each year in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The Annual Security Report provides college employees, students and the overall community with information regarding crimes that have occurred on or around Rogue Community College campuses, policies and procedures utilized by the college to provide campus security and emergency management, programs offered by the college related to crime reporting and prevention and other relevant information. Follow the link to find an online copy of the current Annual Security Report. A printed copy of the report can be obtained by contacting a member of the Risk Management department at 541-956-7873 during normal business hours.


Daily Crime Log

Redwood Campus

Riverside Campus

Table Rock Campus

Downtown Grants Pass Campus

Kerby Campus


Timely Warnings
A Timely Warning is a Clery Act reporting requirement that states that Rogue Community College must notify the campus community in a timely manner when a Clery Act crime has been committed in a Clery Act geographical designated area and is determined, by Rogue Community College, to represent a serious or continuing threat to students and employees. The decision to issue a Timely Warning will be made by the Director of Risk Management in conjunction with the Vice President of College Services, the College President and the College Public Information Officer. The notification will be sent out to the College community through the College’s email system. The same message will also be posted below. Rogue Community College has the ability to notify specific College campuses through the email system and will evaluate the specific emergency when making the determination on who receives the notification.

All Timely Warnings will be initiated without delay unless the notification will, in the professional judgment of responsible officials, compromise efforts to assist a victim or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate an emergency.

Any current Timely Warnings will be displayed here while active.


Emergency Notifications
An Emergency Notification is a Clery Act reporting requirement that states that Rogue Community College must immediately notify the campus community upon confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation occurring on the campus that involves an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or employees. The notification will be sent out to the College community through the College’s emergency notification system which may include, based on the individual incident, the email system, via phone call, via text message to everyone who has enrolled in the system, via college owned phones and via intercoms/loud speakers. The same message may be posted on the College’s website and social media accounts and will also be posted below. All emergency notifications will be initiated without delay unless the notification will, in the professional judgment of responsible officials, compromise efforts to assist a victim or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate an emergency.

Any current Emergency Notifications will be displayed here while active.


Sex Offender Notifications
Sex Offender Notification Procedure


Rogue Community College Procedures Specific to the Clery Act

  • Preparation and Disclosure of the Annual Security Report and Associated Crime Statistics
  • Security and Access to Campus Facilities Procedure
  • Timely Warning Procedure
  • Emergency and Crime Reporting Procedure 
  • Emergency Notification Procedure
  • Security Considerations Used in the Maintenance of Campus Facilities Procedure
  • Drug & Alcohol-Free Campus Procedure

College Counselors

Professional counselors are available at the Redwood Campus and at the Riverside Campus. Reports received by counselors are considered to be confidential in most cases. Counselors are encouraged to remind victims of crime that confidential reporting should also be made to Campus Security solely to aid in the collection of crime statistics and to help make the determination if a Timely Warning should be issued based on a continued threat to the college.

Click for additional information regarding college counseling services.


Local Law Enforcement

Grants Pass Department of Public Safety

101 NW A St  
Grants Pass, Oregon
911 Emergency
541-450-6260 Non-Emergency  

Medford Police Department

219 S Ivy
Medford, Oregon
911 Emergency
541-774-2250 Non-Emergency

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office

5179 Crater Lake Hwy
Central Point, Oregon
911 Emergency
541-774-6800 Non-Emergency

Josephine County Sheriff’s Office  

1901 NE F St   
Grants Pass, Oregon    
911 Emergency
541-474-5123 Non-Emergency       

Oregon State Police

4500 Rogue Valley Hwy
Central Point, Oregon
911 Emergency
541-776-6236 Non-Emergency