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Campus Police and Security
Piedmont Tech's Campus Police and Security Department welcomes you to the campus.
Emergency Phone Number: (864) 941-8000
Anonymous Tip Line:
The Campus Police and Security team works hard to maintain a safe and secure campus for our students, employees and guests. Our office is on the 1st floor of the F Building on the Greenwood Campus, room 109F.
Emergency Phone Number: (864) 941-8000
On this page:
- Emergency Phones
- Safety Escorts
- Accident Reports
- Campus Watch
- Comprehensive Emergency Operational Plans
- Emergency Alert System
- Downloadable Forms & Links
The Greenwood Campus has emergency phones in seven locations:
- Between the Campus Shop and the E Building
- Student parking lot #2 near the H Building
- First floor F Building near 108F
- Second floor F Building near 201F
- Second floor H Building Breezeway
- N building near front door
- V Building near the door facing national Guard Armory
In case of an emergency, pick up receiver and the phone will dial 8000 (Campus Police and Security) automatically. In case of emergencies away from these phones, dial 8000 from any other phone on campus or 941-8000 from your cell phone.
The Piedmont Technical College Campus Police and Security Department will provide safety escorts. There is no need to walk alone and feel unsafe. A Campus Police and Security escort is available at any time.
Call 941-8000 for safety escorts.
Accidents requiring medical attention at a medical provider location off the campus of PTC such as a hospital, doctor's office, emergency care center, etc. will require completion of the Student Accident Claim Notification Form in order to process any student insurance claims for such an accident. The Campus Police and Security officer will direct the student to the appropriate office for this procedure and the signing of the claim form.
Crime prevention is a job not only of law enforcement officers but also of students, faculty and staff. If you witness any wrongdoing, please notify one of our officer's immediately.
- Call one of the numbers listed on this page
- Call the Anonymous Tip Line at 941-8745
- Visit the Campus Police and Security Office
- See a uniformed Campus Police and Security Officer
Use our anonymous online tip form.
Comprehensive Emergency Operation Plans
Click a link below to download the plan:
Emergency Alert System
The PTC Alert system allows Piedmont Technical College officials to send emergency messages via all college-owned computers currently attached to the network, through cell phones via text messaging, and through e-mail. This system will only be used to communicate during emergencies. The system allows students who provide a cell phone number to be reached during emergencies via text messaging, even if they're not on campus, tuned into local news or checking e-mail. Piedmont Tech will provide additional information as needed via the college Web site, PTC Pathway, and media outlets.
Piedmont Technical College has designated locations at each campus for public assembly. Persons who engage in these activities shall not disrupt, obstruct, or in any way interfere with the rights and safety of others or the pursuits of teaching, learning, campus activities or any other essential College process. Participants must complete the Public Assembly Form and submit it to the Campus Police and Security Office, 109F.
Locations for Public Assembly: