CAMPUS SAFETY

SwCC Campus Police Office
Phone: 972.524.3341 ext. 131
24/7 Contact: 682.800.2408
Email: SwCCPD@SwCC.edu
Daily Crime Log Reports
In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, the Campus Police Department must keep a crime log of all reported crimes that occur on and near property owned or controlled by Southwestern Christian College for the last 60-day period.

For questions, please call

(972) 524-3341 ext 131.

Important Downloads

Campus Police Department:

"Safety, Security, and Supervision is our priority."
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Commissioner/Chief of Police
Matthew L. Terry, Sr.

The Southwestern Christian College Campus Police Department received approval by the State of Texas and was activated on October 4th, 2018 through the authority of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). All campus police officers are certified by TCOLE and commissioned by the SwCC Campus Police Department.

The function of the SwCC Campus PD is to serve as the primary law enforcement agency on campus and will be responsible for the care, custody and control of the Southwestern Christian College students, staff, and supporters. The SwCC Campus PD is concerned about the safety, security and supervision of all individuals and the SwCC campus as a whole. We are located on the 1st floor (South entrance) of the Wilson Timothy Hunt Science Building.

Individuals may submit information anonymously (as Jane or John Doe) at our external site:http://www.swccpolice.org/

Campus Safety Division:

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Chief, Campus Safety Division 
Johnathan McClinton
(972) 524-3341 ext 150

The Campus Safety Division strives to accomplish our role in attaining the mission of the college. The protection of life and property, as well as attaining a sense of security and peace, is crucial to our role. We view the campus community as precious. Our students, faculty, staff and guests are valued. Any real perceived occurrence that is, or has the potential of, causing personal or property injury is our issue to resolve. This is accomplished through fair, consistent and equal enforcement, always bearing in mind the rights and dignity of those we serve. We nurture trust by holding ourselves to the highest standards of performance and ethics. To fulfill this mission the Campus Safety Division is dedicated to providing quality service for those we serve through effective leadership.