|Lost and Found
Lost & Found is located in the Campus Security Office in Palmer Hall.
Property will be held for 90 days.
To enhance campus environment by working in partnership with the campus to promote public safety and crime prevention through education and enforcement; to maintain the campus order while preserving the legal rights of all individuals; to reduce the impact of crime, and to provide effective, efficient and professional service.
The department of Safety and Security is committed to working together in a problem-solving partnership with the campus and surrounding community. We recognize our responsibility to provide superior safety and security services with the highest professional standards, to provide a safe and secure campus for the students, faculty and staff of Yakima Valley Community College.
Values, the principles upon which we base our services:
We value the privilege to provide effective, efficient and equitable service. We respect the members of our campus, the importance of a combined crime prevention alliance and the opportunity to provide a safe and secure campus environment.
We value honesty and integrity, and will demonstrate these values in all of our actions. We are accountable for maintaining the campus's trust with the highest ethical standards and adherence to department policy, as well as, local, state and federal laws. As security officers entrusted with the authority to maintain the campus peace and security, our values will not be compromised.
We value our differences and acknowledge that our unique backgrounds bring strength to our organization and campus. We strive to reflect the community we serve and respect the skills, knowledge and abilities of one another.
We value commitment, responsibility and clear direction. We achieve the essence of professionalism through teamwork, creativity and continual self improvement.
Duties include but are not limited to...
- Enforcement of college rules and regulations and local, state, and federal laws.
- Patrol of the campus buildings and grounds for prowlers, property damage, or other irregularities on foot, bike, or in a patrol vehicle.
- Direction and regulation of traffic and parking.
- Investigation of accidents or crimes, responding to first aid calls, receiving and writing of reports of criminal activity.
- Assistance to stranded motorist with dead batteries, lockouts in vehicles, or buildings, etc.
- Assistance to local law enforcement agencies and fire department.
Return to Work/Accidents
Personal Protective Equipment
Addresses Campus Safety Concerns
Focuses on Preventative Safety Measures
Focuses on Campus Projects Involving Safety
Reviews Safety Policy(s)
Recommendations as Needed
Special Project Inspection
Pick-up, Handling, and Storage Information