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About Campus Safety
Navarro College is a service-oriented police department who work with members of the college community to prevent crime, eliminate threats, and ensure a safe and secure environment for all students, staff, faculty members, and visitors.
Watchdog Alert Emergency System
The Navarro College Watchdog Alert system is a communications service used to quickly reach the campus community with urgent voice and text messages.
Navarro College Department of Public Safety has developed a comprehensive safety plan. The plan is designed to prepare people on campus for unlikely events such as hostile situations, as well as likely events such as inclement or severe weather.
Drug Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA)
The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA) of 1989 - also known as the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act - requires institutions of higher education to establish policies that address unlawful possession, use, or distribution of alcohol and illicit drugs. The DFSCA also requires the establishment of a drug and alcohol prevention program.
How to Report a Crime or Emergency
To report a crime or an emergency on campus, contact Campus Police at (903) 875-7500. Navarro College Police Officers respond to all reports of crimes and emergencies.
For anonymous reporting, go to the Department of Campus Safety website and complete the form. This information is directed to the Campus Chief of Police and will remain confidential.
Call 911 and or Campus Security if:
If you are not sure if security is needed, call to let us respond and assess the situation. Call quickly. Don’t assume someone else has made the call. Try to provide accurate detailed information about the problem. Stay on the line until the dispatcher or the officer says it is ok to hang up. Campus Police is available 24/7.
Phone number is (903) 875-7500 to report an emergency.