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Bristol Community College
Police Department

 

 

PLEASE PROGRAM THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS INTO YOUR CELL PHONE:

EMERGENCY: 3911 (campus phone) / 774.357.3911 (non-campus phone)

BUSINESS:   2218 (campus phone) / 774.357.2218 (non-campus phone)

“TEXT-A-TIP”:   Text “BCCTIP” + your message to 67283 

ANONYMOUS TIP:   Webform OR call 774.357.3223


COVID-19 Update

Bristol Community College Campus Police announced changes to the office as well as officer face-to-face responses. Effective immediately, for emergencies on campus, please dial x3911 from a campus phone, or if needed, 9-1-1 from a cell phone. For routine police business, to report a crime, or request a police record please call 774.357.2218. Walk-in service for non-emergencies is suspended at this time; we ask that you call Campus Police instead. In the event that you need to come to the office, please utilize the service window in the hallway. Please be assured that the Bristol Community College Police Department is here for you. 

Campus Police are located in Room 110 of the Hudnall Administration Building (D building).  We can be reached by phone on our business line by dialing 774.357.2218, or by dialing extension 2218 by any campus phone. In case of emergency, please dial 774.357.3911 or extension 3911 from any campus phone. There are also ten (10) blue emergency phones located throughout the campus that will dial campus police automatically with the push of a button, informing us of the location from which you are calling.

Campus Police work closely with local fire and police departments, as well as other municipal, state, and federal authorities to ensure the safety of the college community. 
The Elsbree Street campus in Fall River is patrolled year-round, 24/7 by Campus Police and contracted security officers.  (Contracted security officers are non-sworn civilians and do not have police powers.)

The same contracted security company provides services and answers calls on our Attleboro, New Bedford, and Taunton campuses. 

In addition to physical patrols, the Campus Police Department utilizes more than 70 surveillance cameras to monitor all campuses.  These cameras continuously monitor and record key areas of all campuses.