Not Pictured: Mr. David Snay, Police Officer, Full-Time; Mr. Greg Works - Police Officer, Part-Time
Northeast Alabama Community College is committed to providing a safe and secure learning and working environment. To ensure the safety and security of the campus and its constituents, NACC established a Campus Police Office. This office allows the college to fulfill Mission Goal 10, "Provision for and maintenance of a physical plant with instructional facilities and technology which provid a safe learning environment and are suitable for all the institution's programs and services." The main objective of the NACC Campus Police is to safeguard students, personnel, property and authorized visitors; equipment, and buildings. Each officer is licensed and has full arrest powers under the State of Alabama.
In the event that a situation arises either on campus or in the immediate area of campus that in the judgment of the President constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a campus wide “timely warning” will be issued without delay. The warning will be issued through SchoolCast - a rapid, multiplatform (email, text, and phone) message delivery system - and/or over the college public address system. The information provided will address the status of the College and actions, if any, that need to be taken by students or employees for safety purposes.
Orientation sessions address campus security procedures and encourage students to be responsible for their own and others' safety and security. Anyone with information regarding emergency situations or criminal acts, including, but not limited to, hate crimes, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual assault, homicide, rape, statutory rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, and arson, is encouraged to immediately report the matter to Campus Police.
If Campus Police are unavailable, emergency situations or criminal activity can be reported to one of the following offices, Campus Security Authorities, or to local authorities by dialing 9-1-1:
The most recent Annual Security Report is available below. Students and employees are encouraged to review this important document for more information regarding how to report alleged crimes on campus.
Crime statistics for the previous three years are published below as well as in the Annual Security Report. These reports are compiled utilizing the daily crime log maintained in the Campus Police Office as well as through reports provided by Campus Security Authorities and local police. The crime statistic information represents reports received but does not necessarily indicate that a crime was found to have occured.
Crime statistics for 2018-2019 (March 1, 2018, through March 1, 2019): Murder - 0; Sex Offenses, Forcible and Nonforcible - 0; Robbery - 0; Aggravated Assault - 0; Burglary - 0; Motor Vehicle Theft - 0.
Crime statistics for 2017-2018 (March 1, 2017, through March 1, 2018): Murder - 0; Sex Offenses, Forcible and Nonforcible - 0; Robbery - 0; Aggravated Assault - 0; Burglary - 0; Motor Vehicle Theft - 0.
Crime statistics for 2016-2017 (March 1, 2016, through March 1, 2017): Murder - 0; Sex Offenses, Forcible and Nonforcible - 1; Robbery - 0; Aggravated Assault - 0; Burglary - 0; Motor Vehicle Theft - 0.
Arrest statistics for 2018-2019 (March 1, 2018, through March 1, 2019): Liquor Law Violations - 0; Drug Abuse Violations - 0;Weapons Violations - 0.
Arrest statistics for 2017-2018 (March 1, 2017, through March 1, 2018): Liquor Law Violations - 0; Drug Abuse Violations - 1;Weapons Violations - 0.
Arrest statistics for 2016-2017 (March 1, 2016, through March 1, 2017): Liquor Law Violations - 0; Drug Abuse Violations - 0;Weapons Violations - 0.
In case of student or employee acts of crime, including violence, vandalism, burglary, sexual offenses, etc., NACC shall, within the scope of applicable federal and state due process requirements, take such administrative or disciplinary actions as appropriate. For a student, the disciplinary action may include, but shall not be limited to, reprimand or suspension. For an employee, the disciplinary action may include, but will not be limited to, reprimand, suspension or termination of employment, or requirement that the employee participate in and/or successfully complete an appropriate rehabilitation program (i.e. drug abuse violations). Any visitor engaging in any act prohibited by this policy shall be called upon to immediately halt such behavior and/or leave the college premises.
Full policies of Northeast Alabama Community College are published in the Faculty and Staff Handbook (employment policies), or the Catalog (academic and student policies), or can be obtained from the Office of the President. The Anit-Harassment, Physical Assault, and Anti-Discrimination Policy as well as the Student Complaint Procedures, including disciplinary information, are published annually in the Catalog as well as on the Title IX Coordinator webpage (Search: Title IX). While this website attempts to present information accurately, it does not constitute the complete statement of policies of Northeast Alabama Community College. Contents are subject to change without notice.