Welcome to the Campus Security Authority (CSA) Training. You have been directed to this page because you are a designated CSA for Scottsdale Community College. This training will increase your understanding of the Clery Act and your roles and responsibilities as a CSA in reporting Clery crimes. To access the training, click on the link below and it will direct you to the Canvas login. Once you are logged in look for Campus Security Authority Training.
Campus Security Authority Training
The Incident Report Log is a snapshot of incidents that were investigated by the Scottsdale Community College Department of Public Safety for the previous week. Click on each week to view the report.
Week ending September 14, 2014
Week Ending September 7, 2014
Effective interactions with the public form the cornerstone of successful policing, the administration of justice and ultimately contributes to public safety. Every effort shall be made to enforce the law impartially and to deliver services in an equitable, courteous and professional manner. Public trust, along with our individual and institutional integrity depends upon being open and transparent in the way that we perform our duties and deliver services to our community. The Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) Department of Publ
In order to drive a utility cart on any MCCCD property, you must complete the Utility Cart Training Program and take a short quiz. The training program and quiz may be accessed on Canvas. You may also download and print a copy of the proceedures and guidlines by clicking on the links below.
Parking, Driving, Keys, Injury
Driving Campus and District Vehicles: In order to drive any MCCCD vehicle, or be reimbursed for mileage on a personal vehicle, an employee must be a registered driver with the district. There are three steps to this process:
Emergency Procedures (Updated 2009 SCC Emergency Operation Plan) (PDF: 1.22 MB / 175 pages)
Emergency Response Quick-Reference Guide (PDF: 550 KB / 1 page)
Safety & Security Programs
SCC Public Safety, in conjunction with the Salt River Police Department, conducts programs throughout the year to inform students and employees of safety and security policies, procedures, and practices. Additional crime prevention presentations are available by special request.
Parking Permits & General Information
Parking permits are required for all Board approved faculty/staff and adjunct faculty(this DOES NOT include temporary and student workers), who wish to park in the designated “STAFF” parking stalls. Cars parked in these stalls must display proper permits or they will be cited. The permit issued by Scottsdale Community College is valid at any Maricopa Community College.
Key Requests: If you are a supervisor who would like to request new or additional building access for an employee, a key request must be submitted to the Maintenance & Operations (M&O) department.
Please complete the key request form and submit it to the Locksmith Dave Williams at email@example.com