Campus SAFETY AND Security

The Campus Security Department is responsible for security and emergency response at Galveston College. The office is located in the Mary Moody Northen building, Room 105, and is staffed by trained, professional security officers.  Security phones are monitored 24 hours a day.   We welcome all questions, suggestions and reports of activities that do not appear to be safe or conducive to a positive learning experience.  


Reporting Criminal Actions or Emergencies
 
 

Emergencies: Dial 9+911 for the Galveston Police Department.
On-campus crime or emergency: (409) 944-1361 or dial Ext. 0 from on-campus phones.
Galveston College Security mobile phone: (409) 996-7663.  
Director of Security - Tim Setzer –
(409)-944-1365
To request an escort(409) 996-7663

  


POSSESSION OF WEAPONS (updated 2/4/2016)

Galveston College prohibits all employees and students from possessing weapons, concealed or otherwise, except law enforcement personnel who are authorized to carry a weapon. A person commits an offense if the person knowingly, intentionally, or recklessly possesses a firearm, illegal knife, or any prohibited weapon listed in FLBF Local, on the College campuses or any grounds or buildings in which an activity is sponsored.  This includes all College vehicles.  Violations of this policy will result in disciplinary action including termination of employment and criminal prosecution.  A firearm or ammunition that is stored or transported in a locked, privately owned or leased vehicle, by a person who holds the license to carry a concealed handgun and who lawfully possesses the firearm or ammunition, does not constitute a violation of this policy. 

 

 

Staying Safe on Campus

Security Programs and Responsibilities

Security Awareness and Crime Prevention
 

Galveston College Campus Security and Fire Safety Report

 


 

 

GALVESTON COLLEGE: A Drug-Free, Weapons-Free Campus

Galveston College takes a firm stand against the use, possession or sale of alcohol, drugs, and/or weapons of any kind on its campus. 

Updated 3/30/2016 - Content Author duyehara