Annual Security Report
Message from the Chief
Contact Department of Police
College IDs/Parking Decals
JSRCC Shuttle Service
Campus Crime Statistics
Emergency Operations Plan
Public Safety Links
Virginia Sex Offenders
Campus Security Authorities
Gang Activity Awareness
Police / Security Guidelines
How to Get Help, Report an Emergency, and Report a Crime
All emergencies, criminal acts, or questionable behavior should be reported immediately to the Department of Police either in person or by telephone.
Police, Fire and Rescue Squad can be reached in all campus locations by dialing 911.
Campus Safety Services
The Department of Police provides other non-emergency services to the college community and is a source of information about the campus facilities and available services. In spite of the low level of violent crime on our campuses, all community members are urged to take responsibility for their own and others' security and to report any offenses to campus security personnel.
Criminal Offense Log
In accordance with the provisions of the Clery Act, a campus criminal offense log is maintained by the Department of Police. Interested persons can access this information at the Department of Police office at all of the J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College campuses, or on this website.
Campus buildings are patrolled on a regular basis by the Department of Police, buildings are locked at the end of classes each night, although Campus Security may remain on duty throughout the night at some campus locations. J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College is not a residential academic institution.
JSRCC has procedures to ensure that repairs and maintenance related to safety and security are completion in a timely fashion. To request repairs of broken windows, broken locks, doors, etc. please report to the Department of Police or directly to Building Maintenance. For college staff requesting repairs, please use work order requests on the Inside JSR website.
Timely Warning Reports
Members of the college community are notified in a timely manner about security situations and crimes that are considered to represent a threat to students and employees. A primary method of notification of the "Campus Safety Alerts" is by use of campus-wide e-mail. As appropriate, notices are made on JSRCC's cable channel 62, as well as posted on bulletin boards.