recovery, should your items become stolen.  Persons may register their valuable items at
/
• Vehicle Assistance
— Public Safety Officers will respond to a student’s request for
assistance on campus. The driver/owner of the vehicle must sign a Request for Service
Waiver before any hands-on assistance can be given in the form of jump-starting or
unlocking a vehicle.
• Lost and Found
— Each campus Public Safety Office maintains a lost-and-found
depository.
• Rape Aggression Defense
– The Department of Public Safety offers Rape
Aggression Defense (RAD) Classes free of charge throughout our campuses on a rotating
basis. Course announcements are sent over student email prior to class dates.
Federal Disclosure Requirements
Georgia Perimeter College’s annual Crime Report includes statistics for the previous
three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus
buildings owned or controlled by Georgia Perimeter College; and on public property
within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also
includes institutional policies concerning campus safety, such as policies concerning
alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and
other matters. You can obtain a copy of this report by accessing
gpcpd/2010%20CLERY%20Report.pdf
Reporting Procedures for Emergencies and Non-emergencies:
GPCPD Emergency Line- 5511 from any campus phone; 770-274-5511 from off
campus or cell phone.
GPCPD Non-emergency Line- 5500 from any campus phone; 770-274-5500 from off
campus or cell phone.
The Georgia Perimeter College community is strongly encouraged to report all suspicious
or criminal activity whenever observed, either in person at any campus public safety
office or by telephone. All emergencies should be reported directly to the Public Safety
emergency line at
770-274-5511
in order to coordinate the proper emergency response.
Non-Emergencies should be directed to
770-274-5500
. Calls concerning tickets and
vehicle registration information should be made directly to your local campus Public
Safety office.
Emergency call-boxes are located on several campuses in parking areas and between
buildings as an additional means of communication. These phones are marked by a blue
light and once activated, report directly to the 24-hour communications center. These
phones should be used to report criminal activity or request a Public Safety service.
VEHICLE CODE
Article 1-Statement of Policy
Authority & Jurisdiction – The Georgia Perimeter College Department of
Public Safety has the responsibility and authority to administer the traffic
policy for the institution and to control traffic and parking accordingly.
The Georgia Motor Vehicle and Traffic Code (Title 40) confers the right to
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