The GTCC Campus Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency comprised of 35 sworn law enforcement officers.

Officers are deployed across all campuses to provide a safe learning environment.

The department's goals are:

  • to be proactive to prevent crime,
  • to focus on being visible and accessible daily.

We diligently work to create positive relationships through positive encounters. We believe the first time you meet a campus police officer should not be during an emergency.

We believe that campus security is a team approach — a collaboration of all faculty, staff, and students. Working together and having a vested interest in campus security is everyone's responsibility.

Campus Police Contact Information

Police officers are on duty at all times to assist you. 

To contact Campus Police at any time and for any reason, please call:

  • 336-819-2046 (24 hours)
  • Dial 911 for emergency calls
Outdoor call boxes (marked with blue lights):
  • Press the call button to speak directly to Campus Police.
  • Release the call button to allow Campus Police to reply.

Campus Locations
If you need a police officer to meet you at any Campus Police Office call (336) 819-2046 or press line 2 from any campus phone.

  • Aviation Campus - Room 106 Ceasar Cone II Aviation Building
  • Cameron Campus – Room 172 Business and Industry Building
  • Greensboro Campus – Room 148 Continuing Education Center
  • High Point Campus – Room 121 Building H-1
  • Jamestown Campus – First floor Service Careers Building

Daily Crime Log and Annual Security Report


Annual Security Report

Transportation and Parking Information

Please read and become familiar with all the rules and regulations involved with driving and parking on campus.

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e2Campus Emergency Notification Sign-Up

We encourage all students to sign up for e2Campus Emergency Notification, which warns you in the event of an emergency situation.

You can be notified by text or email, or both.

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Title IX

Title IX protects students, faculty, and staff of all genders and gender identities from sexual harassment.

Title IX

Campus Security and Safety Information and Procedures

  • Avoid leaving valuables in plain sight inside your parked vehicle. Instead, consider leaving them at home or locking them inside your vehicle’s trunk.
  • Always lock your vehicle when you leave it and remember to take your keys with you.
  • Do not leave valuable items (like book bags, purses, wallets, phones, computers, etc.) unattended anywhere on campus – even for a brief period of time.
  • Take appropriate responsibility for your own safety.
  • When feasible, walk with at least one other person – especially at night. Have your cell phone accessible and be ready to call for assistance if needed.
  • Report any criminal or suspicious behavior you may see to Campus Police as quickly as you safely can. Call (336) 819-2046 from any phone or call 911 in an emergency at any time for police assistance on all GTCC campuses. You may also activate any outdoor Emergency Call Box to directly contact GTCC Campus Police.

Upon detection of a fire or the activation of the fire alarm:

  • DO NOT attempt to use elevators.
  • Ensure that 911 has been notified.
  • Facilitate the orderly evacuation of the building or area.
  • Ensure special attention is given to those requiring assistance during the evacuation (children, persons with disabilities, etc.).
  • If possible, secure doors to sensitive areas, offices, etc.
  • If possible without endangering yourself, ensure the building is vacant and station faculty or staff members at key locations to prevent re-entry into the building.
  • Ensure that evacuees group at designated assembly points.
  • Help ensure that lanes of travel used by emergency vehicles are kept clear.
  • Communicate what information you have about the incident with the responding Campus Police officer and other emergency responders.
  • No one will be allowed to re-enter the building or area until an “all clear” has been given by the responding Fire Department.

  • Ensure that 911 has been notified.
  • Stay with the patient if you safely can.
  • Communicate what information you have about the situation to the Campus Police officer.

All accidents must be reported to the Campus Police Department as soon as possible. GTCC does not provide emergency medical care, but First Aid supplies are available upon requests at Campus Police Offices.

Weather Watch means conditions are favorable for a storm to occur.

Weather Warning means a storm has been spotted.

If you hear a Weather Warning Announcement

  • Communicate the alarm with others in the building.
  • Walk quickly toward the center area of the building.
  • Ensure special attention is given to those requiring assistance during the evacuation (children, persons with disabilities, etc.).
  • DO NOT open exterior doors or leave the building.
  • Seek narrow hallways and windowless rooms. Seek the lowest level of the building, if you can do so safely.
  • Sit on the floor against an interior wall or get under heavy furniture, if present.
  • DO NOT leave the building until an “all clear” is given.

If a tornado is sighted

  • There may not be time for an alert to sound. If you see a tornado, take cover.
  • Go immediately to the interior of the building.
  • Try to go as far as possible from the direction of the tornado.
  • Seek narrow hallways and windowless rooms. Seek the lowest level of the building, if you can do so safely.
  • Sit on the floor against an interior wall or get under heavy furniture, if present.
  • DO NOT leave the building until an "all clear" is given.

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In the event of inclement weather, GTCC will determine whether to delay classes, cancel classes, or close the College. A decision will be made by 5:30 a.m. for day classes and by 3:00 p.m. for evening classes.

Delay Notifications, Definitions and Procedures

  • College (or Campus) Closed means neither students nor employees are expected to report to the College (Campus).
  • Day Classes are classes, events and activities that begin PRIOR to 5:00 p.m. during the week and on weekends.
  • Evening Classes are classes events and activities that start AT 5:00 p.m. OR LATER during the week and on weekends.
  • NOTE: The College will determine how canceled classes will make up the work. Only pre-determined essential staff will need to report
  • College (or Campus) Closing at (time) means that students or employees who are not currently on campus SHOULD NOT REPORT to the College (Campus). All faculty, staff and students currently on campus are expected to leave their campus at the closing time indicated in a manner consistent with any evacuation instructions given by Campus Police. The College will determine how canceled classes will make up the work. Essential cadre staff and other employees identified by a cadre member as essential for a particular event will remain at work or report to work.
  • College (or Campus) Will Open At (time) (Day or Evening) means that classes will not meet prior to the announced opening time. Students, faculty and staff will resume their regular schedule at the announced opening time.
  • Classes Canceled (Day or Evening) means that there are no classes for STUDENTS. Employees are expected to report to work or take annual leave. The message would read “all day classes canceled” or “all night classes canceled.”

Guilford Technical Community College notifications and related information will be published on:

Media Notifications

Check the following media outlets for information:

Television Stations and Websites

  • NEWS 14 Carolina (Time Warner Cable)
  • WFMY News 2 (CBS TV-2)
  • WGHP (FOX 8)
  • WXII (NBC TV-12)
  • WXLV-TV (ABC 45), WUPN-TV (UPN-48)


  • Entercom Radio: WJMH (102.1 JAMZ); WMQX (93.1 The Wolf); WSMW (98.7 Simon); WPET (950 AM); WQMG (97.1); WEAL (1510 AM)
  • IHeartRadio: WKMS (105.7); WVBZ (100.3); WTQR (104.1); WMAG (99.5); WGBT (94.5) WSJS (600 AM); WFMR (1230 AM); WZTK (101.1 FM)

This procedure is taken from the college management manual, college wide rules and regulations. This procedure will be followed for access to campus buildings:

  1. There will be no access to GTCC’s buildings or facilities between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. (Exceptions: Campus Police Officers, Housekeeping, Maintenance Staff in performance of their duties, and approved users of the Cline Observatory, and others as approved by the Associate Vice President for Facility Operations and Safety.)
  2. Access during other closed hours will be governed by the following:
    1. Satellite campus locations: prior arrangements must be made and approved by the responsible administrator for these locations.
    2. Jamestown Campus: prior arrangements must be made with and approved by the division chair or director in charge of the building or facility. (A list of responsible administrators will be maintained by the Associate Vice President for Facility Operations and Safety.) The Campus Police Office or duty officer must be notified upon arrival on campus by calling campus police at extension 52529.
  3. A GTCC faculty member must accompany students desiring access to any academic facility. (NOTE: Two persons must be present at all times when using a facility such as shop or laboratory where the potential for injury exists.)
  4. Responsible groups desiring access to any GTCC facility shall be governed by the procedure set forth in Section I -1.1.1 Use of Facilities and Groundsof the Management Manual. Campus Activity forms for use of facilities will be obtained from the office of the Associate Vice President for Facility Operations and Safety.

In compliance with the federal “Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act” (CSCPA) of 2000, Guilford Technical Community College Campus Police Department provides information to assist current and prospective employees and students in accessing the North Carolina Sex Offender and Public Protection Registry.

North Carolina General Statute 14-208.9(c) requires offenders who are required to register to notify in writing (delivered in person) the Sheriff’s Office of their county of residence within three business days when they enroll or terminate enrollment as a student at an institution of higher education. Those offenders are also required to notify in writing (delivered in person) the Sheriff’s Office of their county of residence within three business days when they become employed or terminate employment at an institution of higher education.

The website address for state and federal sex offender registries are listed below:

Frequently Asked Questions

Found property is turned in to Campus Police Offices, where it is held for a maximum of 180 calendar days. Stop by our offices (listed above) 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Monday through Friday to inquire about items you may have lost on campus.   

Students may obtain campus parking permits at any Campus Police Office (listed above). You will need your Student ID number and the license plate numbers for each vehicle you wish to register. Employees may obtain campus parking permits from the Human Resources Department in the Medlin Campus Center at Jamestown. There is no direct cost for campus parking permits. Campus parking permits are valid at all GTCC locations.

Student parking decals are available at all GTCC Police Offices from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Students and employees may appeal parking citations in writing – using a Traffic Appeal Form - within seven days of receiving the citation. Follow all directions on the Traffic Appeal Form and attach a photocopy of the citation. Traffic Appeal Forms are available in all Campus Police Offices (listed above) and in the Human Resources Department in the Medlin Campus Center at Jamestown.    

When you dial 911 from your office landline phone, your call will be routed to the 911 Center that provides service for your location. For Greensboro, Jamestown, the Conference Center, Aviation, and Small Business Center campuses, your call will go to Guilford Metro 911.  If you are on the High Point Campus, your call will go to High Point 911 who dispatches High Point Police and High Point Fire only. If it is a medical related call on the High Point campus, they will transfer the call to Guilford Metro 911.

NOTE: You do not have to dial 9 before dialing 911 to call out from a GTCC network phone. Just dial 911.

When you dial 911, GTCC Campus Police are also automatically notified.  This automatic safety measure allows GTCC Campus Police to respond quickly to your incident. Per their protocol, Campus Police will also attempt to contact you directly by telephone and will dispatch a Police Officer to your location.

Seventy-seven percent of all calls reported to 911 are by wireless callers. Your wireless call will automatically route to a local 911 center. However, due to cell tower geographic placement and assigned Emergency Service Number (ESN), your call may have to be transferred to the correct 911 center. When you call 911 by cell phone, Campus Police are not automatically notified, as they would be if you placed the call from a GTCC office or landline phone. The 911 center will contact Campus Police and dispatch first responders depending on the type of call for service. GTCC Campus Police would be the law enforcement first responder. They will request any additional first responder resources as needed.

Absolutely.  You can contact Campus Police at any time for any reason at (336) 819-2046 (24 hours). If you're calling from any campus phone, you may also press Line 2.

Yes. Remain calm when calling 911. Answer the dispatcher’s questions and follow any directions provided. It may seem they are asking too many questions but, typically, your call has already been fast-forwarded for dispatch while they ask additional questions.

The questions are for first responder safety and to assess patient/victim information, in case you are asked to intervene (i.e. perform CPR). Please make sure you give your specific campus address, building name or building number, or room number as identifiers. If the incident is in a parking lot, please be as precise as possible on the location. Seconds matter.

Contact Us

For Complaints:

To lodge a complaint against the department, please download and complete the PDF form. Email your completed form to or deliver to any campus police office.

Complaint Form

For Other Communications:

Use the online form below to contact the department or leave a compliment about the service you received.

Please allow time for a response during weekday business hours. If you need an immediate response, please call 336-819-2046 (24 hours).