The Campus Police Department strives to ensure safe and unobstructed traffic flow throughout the campus and orderly parking within the parking lots. This is accomplished through parking and traffic enforcement activities. A campus traffic ticket system is used as well as Wyandotte County tickets if needed. Radar is used to help monitor speed on campus.

Student IDs

A student I.D. card is issued at enrollment and must be carried by students to verify their enrollment. This I.D. card must be validated for each semester of attendance. I.D. cards must be shown, when requested, to administrators, faculty, staff, and all Campus Police personnel. Lost I.D. cards must be replaced at the expense of the student and are available in the Campus Police Office.

Campus Police office makes all ID's for faculty, staff and students.

Campus Police have a (24) hour emergency phone number (913) 288-7636.

Campus Police office (room 3462) is the location for all lost and found items.

Campus Police officers are on duty (7) seven days a week (24) hours a day. All officers are state certified and received extensive training. They possess full police powers, including the power of arrest.

Photo ID Cards
It is school policy that all students, faculty, and staff are to obtain and carry a KCKCC photo ID card. These cards are provided by the Campus Police Department. They are provided during enrollments and anytime during office hours in the Campus Police Office. There is no charge for the first photo ID card, however, there is a $5.00 charge for any replacement photo ID card.

Traffic Regulations

Be an alert, skillful vehicle operator. Keep brakes, signaling equipment, and lights in top condition - use them. Yield and watch out for pedestrians and other traffic. Observe the directions of the traffic officers.  Policies

Parking Stickers

Students who use campus parking lots must obtain a parking sticker from the Police Department during enrollment. This sticker allows students the privilege of parking in the College parking lots without charge.

Students also receive a Traffic Parking Regulations Handbook, which contains all pertinent information on locations of parking areas, safety regulations, and speed limits on College property.

Campus Police Office

913-288-7236

Direct Line: 913-288-7636 (24 Hours)

The direct line is answered 24 hours per day.

Location

Upper Level Science Building, RM 3462

August - May
Monday-Friday: 7:30am-4:00pm

June & July
Monday-Thursday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
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