Campus Police & Security
Located in the Student Success Center, the BC3 Campus Police Department exists to protect and serve the students, faculty, staff and visitors of the college, while maintaining a safe atmosphere to help encourage moral and intellectual growth.
The campus police department is responsible for law enforcement on campus, and the officers are vested with all the powers, authority and responsibility of any police officer of the commonwealth on property owned or operated by the college, including immediate adjacent public roads and property.
Dial 911 from a mobile phone or 911 from any campus phone.
Emergency Response Training
BC3 Campus Police provides training for the campus community on effective response plans during an emergency situation. Learn More.
- Trust your instincts! Be aware of your surroundings and report anything that doesn’t seem right.
- Do not meet strangers alone. Tell someone who you are meeting, where you are going and when.
- Mark personal belongings. Do not leave your keys, purse or backpack unattended.
- Use well-lit walkways. Avoid shortcuts through isolated areas.
- Note the location of emergency stanchions on main campus next to the Field House, Administration Building, and Maintenance Building. They project a blue light and have an intercom to call for help.
- Program the BC3 Campus Police phone number into your mobile phone: 724-991-1020. There are phones located in classrooms and hallways. In the case of an emergency, pick up and dial 911.
If you wish to report crime online use BC3 Police Department's Report a Crime or an Incident Form.
View BC3's Safety and Security on Campus report - Crime Statistics
If you suspect that a fellow student is in distress, contact the C.A.R.E. Team.
The C.A.R.E. Team uses campus and community resources to assists students who demonstrate concerning behavior or may be in jeopardy of harming themselves or others.
The C.A.R.E. Team is not an emergency service. In case of emergency, dial 911.
The Campus Police Department is currently staffed by 4 full-time, 2 part-time officers who have all completed the Municipal Police Officer Training Course known as Act 120. The officers have full police powers and they do enforce but are not limited to, the Pennsylvania Crimes Code, Pennsylvania Vehicle Code and ordinances of Butler County Community College.
Campus Police Dispatcher
724-287-8711 Ext. 8707