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William H. Chrismon,Chief of Police
To report an incident or for assistance, call (252)-943-8721
Officers On-Duty (252) 943-8721
Chief of Police (252) 940-6499
The Mission of the BCCC Police Department is to assist students, faculty, staff, and visitors in maintaining a safe environment, and to enhance the quality of life at Beaufort County Community College so the institutional purpose of education and service can be fulfilled.
About the BCCC Police Department
The Beaufort County Community College Police Department, located in Building 10 - Room 02, is a professional police department providing the same level of service offered by a municipal police department, as well as other services unique to an academic institution. The department is responsible for the well-being of everyone at the College. The department works closely with administrators, students, faculty, and staff to create and maintain a secure atmosphere. Its statutory arrest jurisdiction includes all College property as well as streets and sidewalks adjacent to the property.
BCCC Police Officers are certified by the State of North Carolina and patrol the College grounds on foot, in patrol cars, and on bicycles.
The College, as with any other public or private entity, cannot assure or guarantee a crime-free environment. Accordingly, it is the responsibility of members of the College Community to act in a security-conscious manner and to avoid actions which jeopardized their security as well as the security of others. Members of the faculty, staff, and student body should report all crimes, hazards, emergencies, or dangerous situations to the BCCC Police Department immediately.
Alertus Emergency Notification System
BCCC has chosen “Alertus” as its Emergency Notification Service.
The BCCC Police Department will be responsible for alerting Faculty, Staff & Students during Emergencies and to pass along important weather and facility closing announcements.
Please view this document for more information and instructions on how to signup.
Citizen Complaint Procedures
The Beaufort County Community College Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality law enforcement services to the college community and its visitors. We take pride in tailoring our services to the needs of our community and we welcome your constructive comments, feedback, and input to ensure we are doing the best job possible. Provided is a downloadable CITIZEN COMPLAINT FORM. Complaints may be made in person, over the telephone, or in writing to the Chief of Police.
Written complaints may be mailed or hand-delivered to:
Chief William Chrismon
BCCC Police Department
5337 US Hwy 264 East
Washington, NC 27889
If you have additional questions, please contact Chief Chrismon at (252) 940-6499 Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, or by email at William.Chrismon@BeaufortCCC.edu
You must submit a WRITEN REQUEST by completing the online form, Police Report Request, or you can pick up a request form in-person by coming to the police department. After receipt of your written request, reports will be available for pick-up at the police department in approximately five (5) business days. There is no charge for this service. If you have additional question regarding police reports, please contact the Chief of Police at (252) 940-6499.
Beaufort County Sheriff's Office (252) 946-7111
Bunyan Fire Department (252) 946-8245
Vidant Health - Beaufort (252) 975-4100
Poison Control Center (800) 222-1222
Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255