Campus Safety

Our commitment to safety

Jamestown Community College is committed to a safe college. We lead strong campus safety programs in our efforts to keep you safe as you learn, work, and take advantage of our campuses’ opportunities.

Safety is everybody’s responsibility. In addition to our programs, we all can take simple, common sense precautions to secure ourselves and our personal belongings. For example, lock your valuables in the trunk of your vehicle, don’t walk alone at night, and report any suspicious activity to the coordinator of Campus Safety and Security.


Visitors are welcome on campus. However, they are expected to abide by the same rules that apply to students. Action, including ejection from campus, may be taken against any and all persons who are present in or on college owned or used facilities for an improper purpose or purpose which, in the judgment of the college representative, is improper or interferes with or obstructs the functioning of the college or the normal processes or activities of the college. If students bring their children on campus, the children must remain under the direct supervision of their parents or guardians. Any unsupervised or disruptive children will be detained by a college representative. The child’s parents will be contacted immediately and the child may be asked to leave the campus.

Annual Campus Security Reports