Southwestern College

                                                

 Greetings from the Southwestern College Police Department

The Southwestern College Police Department is committed to providing a secure campus environment. The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is our primary concern. Although Southwestern College is a safe institution, crime does occur from time to time and it is incumbent upon all of us to be aware of potential vulnerabilities and to report criminal activity promptly.

The Department works closely with the campus communities to enhance its effectiveness and to respond to the communities’ needs through shared values and community-oriented policing efforts. Only through collaborate efforts and awareness can safety be enhanced.

Annual Security Reports are compiled and presented in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Statistics Act of 1998. The purpose of these reports is to promote campus safety by providing important information on campus safety and security policies, emergency procedures, crime prevention efforts, victims’ rights and services, and procedures to follow when reporting crimes.

This website contains the 2018 Annual Security Report detailing crime statistics for calendar years 2015, 2016, and 2017.

Paper copies of these reports are available at the College Police Office, located at the Chula Vista Campus in room 105D and at each of the Higher Education Centers and Crown Cove Aquatics Center.

I hope you find this information helpful and it furthers our shared goals of promoting a secure campus environment.

Thank you,

Davis Nighswonger

Chief of Police

Annual Security Report 2018

 

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