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Safety at SPCC

Reporting Crimes and Incidents to Campus Authorities

In the event of a true fire, medical, or police emergency, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY. After calling 911, notify the SPCC switchboard of the incident so that college officials will know where to send emergency responders when they arrive.

For all other crimes and incidents, please refer to the SPCC Emergency Procedures guide located throughout each campus and in every classroom.

Incidents must be immediately reported to the Safety Coordinator’s Office. The Incident Report Form must be completed and submitted to the Safety Coordinator’s Office within 24 hours.
Click here to download an Incident Report Form.


Firearms and Other Dangerous Weapons Policy

South Piedmont Community College will provide a safe environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Therefore, any unauthorized possession of a firearm or any other dangerous weapon, as defined in the North Carolina General Statutes 14-269.2, may result in the following actions:

  1. The college may file charges under North Carolina General Statutes 14-269.2.
  2. Any student who violates this provision may be expelled from the college for a period of not less than one year.
  3. Violation of this provision by any employee may be considered a breach of the terms and conditions of employment.
  4. Action may follow in accordance with the college's personnel or student due process procedures.

Crime Statistics

The National Campus Safety Act requires all institutions of higher education to report annual campus crime statistics.

Click here to view the latest crime statistics. (PDF)