Crime Reporting & Logs
It is the campus community’s obligation and duty to report all emergencies and crimes
that occur at the Laramie County Community College campus. Please contact us to make
You may also call 9-911 from any phone on campus, which will take you directly to
the 911 communication center.
Serious criminal actions and emergencies on campus should be reported directly to
the Laramie County Sheriff's Department by calling 911 and to Campus Safety & Security.
Annual Security Reports
Monthly Incident Logs
The Campus Safety Office prepares incident reports on reported crimes and all other
incidents on campus. This Campus Incident Log
(Excel document) lists all security activity for the past 60 days.
The public may also see printed versions of the incident logs in the following offices:
- Campus Safety
- Student Services
- Student Life
The Campus Safety Office collects statistics on fire alarms or fires reported on LCCC's
campuses and outreach centers. This Fire Log lists the fire activity by year.
Response to Incidents
In response to incidents on campus, a safety officer will complete an incident report
form. As circumstances dictate, officer will take steps necessary to handle the incident.
With a more serious incident, the officer will stabilize the scene; call for assistance
if needed, gather information; call the Laramie County Sheriff's Department to help investigate
and notify the appropriate college officials.
The director of safety reviews all reports received by Campus Safety and determines
if individuals involved need follow-up assistance. Completed incident reports involving
students are forwarded to the vice president of student services who, in conjunction
with the dean of student life, determine if any additional investigative and or disciplinary
actions need to be taken by the college or local law enforcement agencies. The president
of the college receives incident reports at all times.
Incident reports not involving students are forwarded to the vice president of business
services for appropriate action.