HH. Campus SecurityThe primary role for campus Police Department is to protect the lives and safety of students, faculty, staff and all visitors of South Plains College. The secondary objective is to protect the buildings, grounds, and property of the college. In addition to these functions, the Police Department will function in the area of public service and public relations.
Campus Police Officers are on duty twenty-four hours each day on the Levelland Campus. Police coverage or security services are provided during such time when classes are scheduled at the Reese Center, Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center, and the Plainview Center. Reduced coverage may be authorized during non-peak hours and holiday periods.
There are five methods for contacting Police Department by telephone.
- Call the Police Department - extension number 2396 for Levelland Campus, extension 2923 for Reese Center or;
- The South Plains College Cellular phone Number is (806) 891-8883 for Levelland Campus, 893-5705 for Reese Center or;
- In case of emergencies, dial 911.
- Call the Levelland Police Department - 894-6164. The dispatcher will relay messages to the South Plains College Campus Police Department by radio.
- Should there be a need for a police officer, the Police Department dispatcher will notify the South Plains College Campus Police Department Officer to report to the scene. If a South Plains College Police Department Officer is not on duty, the dispatcher will send a city police officer.
All motorized vehicles operated on the South Plains College campus must be parked in properly designated parking spaces.
Campus parking lots are closely monitored daily from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, during fall and spring semesters.
Motorized vehicles operated on campus streets are subject to state and city traffic laws.
South Plains College parking citations and City of Levelland traffic citations may be issued by South Plains College officers on the Levelland Campus.
Note that the "Campus Parking and Traffic Regulations" handbook contains a complete explanations of the college’s parking and traffic regulations and procedures.
The Campus Police Department shall publish and keep current a handbook covering the rules, regulations, general orders and operation procedures of the department.
Changes to this handbook must be approved by the Dean of Students and the Vice President for Student Affairs.
POLICE DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK
CAMPUS PARKING AND TRAFFIC REGULATIONS HANDBOOK —
PARKING AND TRAFFIC CONTROL
HOW TO CONTACT