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DPS Office Information

Office Hours: 24x7
Phone: 636-922-8545
located in the Campus Service building

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Student ID’s & Parking Passes are currently available in the Campus Services Building. However, Student ID’s and Parking Passes will also be available outside the Campus Store, located in the Student Center, the first two weeks of classes.

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DPS in the news

New Campus Police Outreach Task Force Created

Outreach Task Force Presentation

Items Needed To Have ID And Parking Pass Issued

Picture ID

  • EG., Driver’s License or
  • Passport

AND

Student ID Number

  • EG., Email or
  • Welcome Letter or
  • Schedule

if obtaining a Parking Pass please have License Plate Number available

Reporting a Crime

Reporting a Crime

All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to report any crime or criminal activity to the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at 636-922-8545 (on campus, dial 8545).

Building and Parking Lot Safety

Building and Parking Lot Safety

In an emergency situation, you should call 636-922-8545 from the nearest phone. DPS will respond immediately.

Motorist Assist Services

Motorist Assist Services

The Department of Public Safety offers a motorist assist service to all students, faculty, staff and visitors on the college campus.

Reporting a Crime

All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to report any crime or criminal activity to the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at 636-922-8545 (on campus, dial 8545). The Department of Public Safety will investigate, or report to the appropriate law enforcement agencies, all incidents of crime or criminal activity on campus. DPS also will cooperate with local police agencies in monitoring any off-campus criminal activity.

To obtain a copy of the annual report on crime awareness and campus safety at SCC including crime statistics for the previous year, contact the Department of Public Safety at 636-922-8545.

2018 Crime Logs
A hard copy of the Daily Crime Log, containing dates, times, locations, dispositions and nature of the crime, is available at the Campus Police Department (located in the Campus Services Building) during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

New Campus Police Outreach Task Force Created

A new Campus Police Outreach Task Force has been established with the goal to increase communication and support important discussions between students and Campus Police.

“The task force will work with students to build community,” said Bob Ronkoski, SCC executive director of public safety and facilities. “SCC’s Campus Police is different than a traditional police department. We are here to serve but also to support student success.”

The Task Force has outlined its purpose with a three-pronged approach:

  • To create an opportunity for the open exchange of ideas and perspectives between students and police officers about campus policing.
  • To identify opportunities to demonstrate leadership in fostering strong relationships between students and Campus Police.
  • To discuss current social issues impacting the community, region and nation.

The 15-member task force includes 10 students: the president and vice president of the Student Government Association, two international students, two student athletes, two students residing in campus housing, and two students at large. The remainder of the roster includes three Campus Police representatives, the Student Life Manager and the Chief Diversity and Compliance Officer.  Lt. Jeff Drake will chair the task force.

“The work of the Task Force will provide a greater understanding of campus police, but it will also shine a light on the perceptions of police work in general,” Ronkoski said. “We expect the conversations between all involved to be meaningful, powerful, and, ultimately, positive.”

The group will meet twice a month in the Fall and Spring Semesters with the first meeting being held this month. Chief Ronkoski is planning to invite various guest speakers from the community to present and lead discussions. Meeting minutes will be available on the mySCC portal.

Building and Parking Lot Safety

Building and parking lot safety services are provided for students and faculty throughout the year. If you need to contact a Public Safety officer, you may inquire at the Welcome Center in the Administration Building, use the phone located at the Welcome Center to call the Department of Public Safety at extension 8545, use a cell phone to call 636-922-8545 or ask any staff member to call the Department of Public Safety (DPS).

In an emergency situation, you should call 636-922-8545 from the nearest phone. DPS will respond immediately. Emergency phones are located in all elevators, hallways and classrooms of every building.

Emergency phones are located in the following parking lots:

  • Red Parking Extension, Sidewalk to ADM
  • Red Parking Lot, in Front of ADM
  • Green Parking Lot, Sidewalk Between Green & Blue Lot
  • Blue Parking Lot, Near LRC
  • Yellow Parking Lot, Near SSB
  • Purple Parking Lot, Sidewalk to SSB
  • Orange Parking Lot, Sidewalk to TECH
  • Campus Lake Apartments

Emergency phones are located in all parking lots of Dardenne Creek Campus.

If you need the assistance of a Public Safety Officer, just press the red button on the box and it will connect you to a dispatcher.

The DPS office operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. DPS will provide an escort to your car if needed.

Motorist Assist Services

The Department of Public Safety offers a motorist assist service to all students, faculty, staff and visitors on the college campus. When contacting the DPS dispatcher please provide your name, location, vehicle description, a call back number and what type of service is needed.

Services provided include:

  • Jump starts for dead batteries
  • Lock out assistance for keys locked in the car
  • Compressor for low or flat tires
  • Loaner gasoline can

Simply call 636-922-8545 from your cell phone or use one of the blue light emergency phones located on every campus parking lot.

Lost and Found

Lost and found is located in the Campus Services Building

For inquireries or information call 636-922-8545.

Other Important Links

Contact Information

Tina Talbott,
Police Officer
636-922-8545
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Reid Clark,
Police Officer
636-922-8545
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Brandon Misher,
Lead Police Officer/Corporal
636-922-8545
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David Reimers,
Police Sgt/Field Trng Officer
636-922-8545
Email »
Cindy Mulford,
Police Dispatcher
636-922-8545
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Gina Burrows,
Police Dispatcher
636-922-8488
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Michelle Smith,
Police Dispatcher
636-922-8545
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Lisa Schroeder,
Police Dispatcher
636-922-8545
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Sara Conklin,
Police Officer
636-922-8545
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Thomas Forgue,
Police Officer
636-922-8545
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Benjamin Rouggly,
Police Officer
636-922-8545
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Char Valenti,
Police Dispatcher
636-922-8545
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Dino Redzic,
Police Officer
636-922-8545
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Bridgette Poage,
Police Dispatcher
636-922-8545
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Bob Ronkoski,
Exec Dir - Public Safety & Fac
636-922-8604
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Jeffrey Drake,
Clery Act CO/Sr Crim Invest
636-922-8208
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Chris Hazel,
Publ. Safety Off./Pol. Disp.
636-922-8545
Email »
Mark Cox,
Asst Chief of Police/Captain
636-922-8210
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