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Annual Security Report


Campus Security and Crime Reporting


Campus Security (CS) is responsible for enforcing all rules and regulations necessary to the safe operation of the College campus and its family. The Chief of Security reports directly to the Vice President of Financial Affairs and is responsible for the optimal functioning of CS. The Environmental, Health and Safety Committee (EHSC) establishes policies and procedures for ongoing general campus safety issues and serves in an advisory capacity to CS in matters pertaining to its oversight.
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Emergency Notifications


The Chief of Security monitors inclement weather and potential severe storm warnings 24/7 in order to stay abreast of current weather conditions and take any action necessary. If a weather emergency does not merit evacuation according to governmental agencies, no evacuation will be ordered. Should evacuation be required, an order will be announced to the College family publicly and published on the landing page of the CCC website with additional instructions provided through the College intranet memo system. If internet connection to the main website is lost, information will be posted on an alternate, remote website that is directly linked to the main page. All decisions to evacuate campus are made with safety in mind; information for a safe return will be made available as soon as possible.
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General Security Matters


Campus Hours and Visitation - The campus opens to casual traffic at 5:30 a.m. and closes at 10:30 p.m. Resident Directors monitor activities in the residence halls. Men's residence halls are secured at 10:30 p.m. from Saturday through Thursday, and at midnight on Friday. They are reopened at 6:00 a.m. Women's residence halls are locked 24 hours a day. No members of the opposite sex are permitted in residence halls except for those times designated by the Office of Student Life. Solicitors and other unauthorized persons are not permitted on campus or in residence halls.
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General Prohibitions


Firearms, Fireworks, Weapons - Students are not permitted to bring or store firearms, fireworks (For campus purposes, this includes sparklers.), or weapons of any kind anywhere on campus. This includes fixed blade knives, swords, air guns, BB guns, and/or pellet guns. The use of fireworks is illegal in Pinellas County and is prohibited by the College.
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I chose CCC because of the Christian environment. I also really liked that CCC is a smaller school. I feel like I do not get lost in a crowd here, but instead I have the chance to really get to know people and form relationships. As a transfer student from another Christian college, I see that CCC is different. The biggest difference is the professors. At my other school I did not get to know the professors, but here at CCC, the professors are always there for you when you need them and they really make an effort to get to know you. As a member of Joy Club, a service organization at CCC, I am able to go and spend some time with kids who just need someone to hang out with them, and it is amazing. I love the opportunity to go and just spread the love that God has given me to these kids.
 

2012 Campus
Safety and Security Report



2012 Campus
Fire Report