Crime Reporting

The College Police can be contacted by phone or in person at Room 105D. Emergencies should be reported by called (619) 216-6691 or Extension 6691 from a campus phone. Non-emergencies can be reported by calling (619) 482-6380 or via the MYPD phone application.

Students may also report crimes to Campus Security Authorities who have direct responsibility for safety and security or an official who have significant responsibility for student and campus activities.

Southwestern College Campus Security Authorities are identified by their position below:

  • President/Superintendent
  • Vice Presidents/Cabinet Members
  • College Police Personnel
  • Deans
  • Advisors to Student Clubs and Activities
  • Coaches
  • Title IX Officer
  • Student Services Staff Members
  • Campus Medical Staff Members
  • Disability Support Services Staff Members

Timely Warning Notice

Southwestern College will issue a mass notification, timely warning notice when a crime is reported or a situation arises that constitutes a serious or continuing threat to safety. Timely Warning Notices are typically written and distributed by the Chief Public Information & Governmental Relations Officer, Chief of Police or designee.

Timely Warning Notices will be issued to the campus community via email blast to all Southwestern Community College District assigned email accounts. Timely warnings may also be issued using some or all of the following methods of communication: text messages, phone calls or emails sent through the college’s Regroup Alert System, or public-address systems.