Our police officers are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Learn more about safety, citations, violations, and more. And see how we can help you.
Our police officers reflect the community they serve…they provide a high level of caring and professional service to the San Jacinto College community.
The San Jacinto College Police Department is staffed with officers licensed by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. Officers are assigned across our campuses providing positive community base services. All Police Department personnel are certified in CPR and First Aid. See some of the other services we provide.
The purpose of the San Jacinto College Police Department is to promote and maintain a safe, secure, and inviting environment while serving and enriching the quality of life for our communities.
We believe in accountability and being responsible for our actions. We do this through:
Our goal is to ensure a safe community. We do this by:
The San Jacinto College Police Department strives “to serve with integrity and accountability”, allowing us to create a safe and welcoming environment.
Our Annual Security Report (Clery Act Report) is a vital resource for all community members, providing important information on campus safety policies, procedures, and crime statistics. We take our students and staff’s security seriously, and this report reflects our ongoing commitment to creating a safe and welcoming campus environment.
Please do not park in the fire zones, accessible parking areas, or staff parking. During the first week of classes, the police department will issue warning notices. During the second week of school, actual citations will be issued, so please refrain from parking in areas that are not for student parking. Here is some more helpful parking information:
If you feel a ticket is unjust, you may file a ticket appeal form which is available at the police department. After completing the appeal, return it to the police department for routing to the administrator in charge of appeals on the respective campus.
Tickets appeals are forward to the Dean of Student Development.
The student must make this appeal within 10 school days or two weeks from the day the ticket was received. The student shall then check with the police department, within 72 hours after the appeal is submitted, for the decision of the administrator in charge of appeals.
Appeals will not be accepted after the aforementioned time limit.
A $2 late fee will be added to the fine if the ticket is not appealed or paid within the time limit.
The above information and appeal procedure is applicable to college citations only.
If charges are filed with a court of law, normal criminal justice system procedure will prevail.
Our campus traffic laws are about the same as those that apply off campus. Here are some of the most common infractions. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the campus police department.
Accident reports are not provided to the public by Campus Police. This document reflects the signature of the custodian of motor vehicle crash records as well as the official Texas Department of Transportation seal.
There will be two kinds of accident reports you can purchase: a certified report ($8.00) or uncertified report ($6.00). You may select only one option. Certified reports are usually required for legal proceedings, employment verification, etc. The report includes documentation that the crash report provided is a true and correct copy of the peace officer's report that was filed. If you would like to purchase an accident report online, please visit the TXDOT at https://cris.dot.state.tx.us/public/Purchase/.
Our campus has officers available to help you seven days a week , 24 hours a day. Please call the correct number for your situation/emergency.
From cell phone: 281-476-9128
From campus phone: ext. 5555
Hearing Impaired/Silent text messages: 713-469-1071
Non-emergency phone number: 281-476-1820