Making Safety A Priority
South Mountain Community College (SMCC), located at 7050 S. 24th Street, Phoenix, Arizona, enjoys excellent relations with its neighbors and maintains a highly visible Public Safety Department. The College Safety team at South Mountain Community College is committed to providing a professional service for the students, staff and guests who attend, work, or visit our teaching-learning community.
We constantly strive to ensure that our campus environment is safe, accessible, cheerful, and conducive to academic achievement. Compared to other colleges and universities in Maricopa County, South Mountain Community College has the fewest reported crimes.
Each Public Safety Officer and Assistants greets students, staff, and visitors with a warm smile and offers courteous and helpful assistance whenever needed. We serve the South Mountain Community College campus with pride and professionalism.
Location: Center of College Campus in the Student Union Building. A campus map may be downloaded here.
Hours of Operation: 24/7
Monday-Friday 6am-10pm, Saturday 8am-3pm
Off-Campus Telephone: (602) 243-8100
On-Campus Telephone: 38100
The Public Safety staff consists of a diverse group of AZPOST certified police officers, non-certified public safety officers, lead patrol aides, student patrol aides, and other office-support personnel. The department also maintains a cooperative working relationship with the Phoenix Police Department and will request assistance as needed.
To decrease the chances of crimes occurring within the campus community, everyone's cooperation and vigilance is needed. All members of the campus community are encouraged to immediately report all suspected crimes, unusual or suspicious activities, and emergencies to Public Safety.
If you need more information about security policies and safety at SMCC, please contact the Public Safety Office using one of the following methods.
For general concerns you can call or email the Dispatch desk 24 hours a day at:
Office Telephone: (602) 243-8100
Contact: Craig Emanuel Director of Public Safety
Telephone: (602) 243-8100