Campus Security

All employees and students should immediately report any crime, suspicious circumstance or person, or emergency to the Security Office, Building 25 Room 117, 360-596-5299, or 911 Dispatch Center.

If you have a non-emergency incident you'd like to report, please submit the Security Incident Reporting Form.

Crime Prevention & Safety Awareness

At the start of the quarter, the Security Office provides safety awareness information during new student orientation.

Crime can occur anytime, anywhere. People can get a false sense of security, believing they cannot be the victim of crime. Be aware of what is going on around you, take precautions and safeguards that reduce the risk of becoming a victim.

  • Keep vehicles locked.
  • Do not walk alone, especially at night.
  • Request an escort from Security.
  • Do not leave valuables unattended.
  • Report suspicious activities to security or law enforcement.

For more information about crime prevention, contact the Security Office for information on self-protection, personal safety, preventing crime, date rape and reducing campus theft.

What to Do After a Non-Injury Collision

After a Collision

  • If you are involved in or witness an auto accident where medical or police assistance is needed, call 9-1-1.

  • If you pass an auto accident and it does not appear that assistance is needed, or you see involved parties on a wireless phone, or emergency personnel have already arrived, please do not call 9-1-1.

If the collision is minor and you don't need police response:

  • If there is over $1,000 in damage, you are required by law to report the collision to the Washington State Patrol. 

  • You can also report collisions online to campus security via our online incident report.

If you need a copy of your collision report for your insurance:

  • Washington State Patrol is the custodian of all collision reports within the State of Washington. 

  • You can request a copy of any collision report through their website

If you were in an accident outside of Seattle City limits, you can contact the local agency where the collision occurred, or you can search the WSP Collision Report Search application. 

RCW 46.52.010: Duty on striking unattended car or other property - Penalty

(1) The operator of any vehicle which collided with any other vehicle which is unattended shall immediately stop and shall then and there either locate and notify the operator or owner of such vehicle of the name and address of the operator and owner of the vehicle striking the unattended vehicle or shall leave in a conspicuous place in the vehicle struck a written notice, giving the name and address of the operator and of the owner of the vehicle striking such other vehicle.

(2) The driver of any vehicle involved in an accident resulting only in damage to property fixed or placed upon or adjacent to any public highway shall take reasonable steps to locate and notify the owner or person in charge of such property of such fact and of the name and address of the operator and owner of the vehicle striking such property, or shall leave in a conspicuous place upon the property struck a written notice, giving the name and address of the operator and of the owner of the vehicle so striking the property, and such person shall further make report of such accident as in the case of other accidents upon the public highways of this state.

(3) Any person violating this section is guilty of a misdemeanor

College Security Alerts

Security alerts are issued when there is an incident or an identified security risk that may affect our college community or facilities.

Campus Security Annual Reports