Campus Security has staff on duty 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Campus Security is dedicated to serving the College community by striving to provide a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Specific elements of the Campus Security mission include: accident investigations, incidents, crime investigation, crime prevention, vehicle assists, parking and traffic enforcement, emergency training and response.
The Campus Security office is located on the first floor of the Library/Community Resource Center (LC 106), across from the North Branch of the Elyria Public Library and may be reached from anywhere on campus by calling (440) 366-4053 or TDD (440) 366-4136.
For on-campus emergencies, dial extension 4444 from a regular college telephone or (440) 366-4444 from a cellular phone.
Visit www.lorainccc.edu/security to view emergency procedures.
To file an incident report, visit www.lorainccc.edu/report (anonymous reporting is available).
Email campus security at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act
Consistent with federal law, LCCC publishes an annual security report on or before October 1 of each year. The report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on any LCCC campus and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campuses. The report also includes information on reporting crimes and other emergencies, security of and access to facilities, campus law enforcement authority, as well as other related matters.
To obtain a hard copy of the report, please contact Ken Collins, in LC 106, at extension 7738 or 440-366-7738.
In an effort to provide the best service for the LCCC campus community, we have provided a link to the Lorain County Sheriff's Department list of convicted sexual predators. Click here to view the site.
Ohio's ESCORN site (http://www.icrimewatch.net/index.php?AgencyID=55149&disc) provides links to databases of sexual offenders for all 88 Ohio counties.
Booklets containing registered Lorain County sex offenders and daily crime-log information for the LCCC campus are available for public viewing in LC 106.
Emergency Notification System
Lorain County Community College’s EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM (ENS) is designed to provide instant mobile, audible, and voice notifications to students, faculty and staff of emergency closures or imminently dangerous conditions. Notification of said events may be announced by the following methods:
- Internal Public Address System
- External Siren
- LiveSafe Mobile Application
- Emails and on-campus voicemails
- Broadcast alerts on local television and radio stations
- Emergency announcements posted on www.lorainccc.edu
- Electronic marquis at main entrances
- Fliers posted at facility entryways
- Campus Security officers, Physical Plant personnel and other college officials
LiveSafe Mobile App
The LiveSafe Mobile App is now available to LCCC students and campus visitors. LiveSafe provides a convenient and discreet way for you to communicate with LCCC Campus Security. The new app also provides access to various support services and lets you connect to friends and family members so they can monitor you and your location as you walk to your destination.
LiveSafe Features Include:
- Real-time emergency notifications via text and email.
- Reporting tools to share information to Campus Security at the touch of a button.
- Access emergency preparedness procedures and other resources.
- The “Safe Walk” feature – Have a friend or family member to ensure you arrive at your destination – not just on LCCC’s campus, but anywhere you are walking and would like someone to be able to make sure you’re safe.
Use the link below to receive a text message with instructions for downloading the app to your iPhone or Android mobile device. You can also find LiveSafe in the App Store and on Google Play.
Get the Livesafe mobile app.