Safety and Security
How to find the Campus Security Office
The Campus Security Office is located in room BE1108 on the main Broadway campus. Our office is directly across from the 1701 Broadway entrance. Emergency Number: 206.934.5442
It is the mission of the Seattle Central College Campus Security Department to provide a reasonable level of protection to the campus community through various methods and tools at its disposal. The ultimate goal is to create a safe learning environment for our students and a safe working environment for our faculty and staff. This mission is accomplished through proactive patrol work, the building of social equity through customer service, effective physical security, and crime prevention efforts while staying cognizant of the diverse backgrounds and needs of our campus community.
Campus Security Staff
The Campus Security Department employs a team of trained, professional officers that are empowered to enforce all college policies and local, state, and federal laws on all property leased, rented, and owned by Seattle Colleges. Or staff can also help with assisting students with directions, first aid, and giving crime prevention tips.
Our staff include:
- Sean Chesterfield – Safety and Security Interim Director
- Shiro Vance – Campus Security Sergeant
- Tracy Yorker – Campus Security Officer
- Hao Hua – Campus Security Officer
- Adrian Burage – Campus Security Officer
- Joel Workinger – Campus Security Officer
- Jeremy Beckwith – Campus Security Officer
- Yen Nguyen – Administrative Assistant
- Dani McKenzie – Campus Security Officer
Lost and Found
The Campus Security Office is the location where lost and found items are processed and stored. Individuals wanting to check to see if their lost item(s) have been turned in can stop by the Campus Security Office or call 206.934.5442
In order to stay informed about emergencies affecting our campus, Seattle Central College has implemented an emergency notification system that can be used to notify students, faculty, and staff. You can sign up for this free service by visiting SeattleCollegesAlerts.
Preparedness and emergency response exercises (drills) help reinforce skills needed during an actual emergency on campus. During selected times throughout the school year, we conduct active shooter, earthquake, evacuation, and fire drills. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to participate and provide feedback about their drill experience so that we can continually improve how we approach emergencies. A few days prior to each drill, the Public Information Office will send out communication to faculty and students to inform them about the upcoming drill and what to expect during the drill.
Campus Security maintains a first aid kit and Naloxone (Narcan) in the Campus Security Office (BE-1108) and responds to reports of medical incidents on Seattle Central College property. While Campus Security staff are trained in first aid and CPR, their ability to help beyond basic first aid is limited. If you witness a medical emergency, or you are having one yourself, first call 9-1-1 to get help on the way, then call Campus Security at 206-934-5442.
See Something, Say Something
Campus Security is everyone's business and we rely on timely reports of suspicious activity on campus. If you witness suspicious behavior or something that does not seem “right,” please call the Campus Security Office at 206.934.5442 as soon as possible to report it. We value your reports and help in keeping our campus safe.
If you have a concern about employee conduct please see our confidential portal for reporting.
Sex Offender Disclosure: Seattle Central College considers the protection of our community from sex offenders to be a matter of significant importance. The objective of the 1990 Community Protection Act was to provide adequate notice to the community concerning sex offenders who are, or will be attending classes or working on the campus, and to assist our community members in developing constructive plans to prepare themselves and their children for residing near released sex offenders. More...