Campus Safety and Security
Ensuring a Safe Place to Study and Work
Parking Citation Appeals
Citations may be appealed by completing the online appeal form. No hard copy/paper appeals will be accepted (WAC 132Y-100-108). You must file an appeal online within five days of the ticket date. You will receive campus email notification of the appeal decision within 10 business days.
Reach an Officer Anytime: 425.754.0154
Office: 425.640.1501 During office hours only
You can also reach Campus Security through any of the yellow call boxes on campus.
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Closed: 12-1 p.m.
Card encoding for Staff/Faculty is available during these hours, except for 12-1 p.m.
How Do I File a Report?
Call the Campus Security Office: 425.640.1501
or the 24/7 cell phone 425.754.0154.
Security will be dispatched to the site of the incident.
For any emergency, please call 911 first and then notify Security.
You may also file a report in person at the Security Office: Woodway (WWY) 214.
All reports will be reviewed by the Security supervisor and routed to the correct department/s.
Without disclosing reporting persons names, Security will promptly notify the college community of reported crimes that are considered a potential threat to the community. This will allow the college community to take steps to prevent similar occurrences of this crime.
Clery Act Timely Warning Messages
It is the duty of each department team member to provide fair, impartial, and professional safety, security and emergency response service to all persons who enter our campus. Our professionalism will be recognized by our deeds, actions, attitude, and positive work ethic. As part of the Edmonds CC team, we will safeguard the people, resources, and facilities of these “halls of education.”
Mode of Operation
Edmonds Community College provides full service security and emergency preparedness to the campus community through the Safety, Security and Emergency Preparedness Department, which operates 24 hours a day.
Our department is a service-oriented organization that promotes safety, security, education, preparedness, and personal responsibility. We coordinate all safety, emergency response, and recovery operations on campus.
The department consists of The Director, an Emergency Preparedness Manager/Clery Compliance Officer, two Security Sergeants, an Administrative Assistant, nine full-time Security Officers, several Part-time Security Officers, and Student Assistants.