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Safety and Security
Campus Police

Dyersburg State Community College is committed to ensuring a safe and secure environment for all students, faculty and staff. The DSCC Campus Police department and auxiliary security officer staff play a crucial role in maintaining safety and security on our campus and at our centers.

Chief of Police Michael L. Peeler and the DSCC Campus Police Department are responsible for

Chief Michael L. Peeler

maintaining security and policing of all Dyersburg State Community College buildings and proper

ties, enforcement of campus rules and regulations as set forth by DSCC and the Tennessee Board of Regents, and enforcement of state and local laws as governed by the State of Tennessee. Our officers are state-certified law enforcement officers in the state of Tennessee through the Peace Officer’s Standards and Training (POST) Commission and have full arrest and investigative powers on the DSCC and TCAT properties that they serve.

Our police officers are employed to safeguard both property and personnel and help maintain a safe and secure environment for learning and working.  The campus police department also investigates crimes, accidents, and incidents, while providing information and assistance to support and promote institutional programs.

In addition to our POST-certified officers, DSCC also employs security guards from Allied Universal, a leading security and facility services company.  These security officers provide support to the campus police and help ensure the safety and security of our facilities after normal working hours.

Clery Act

The Clery Act, officially known as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, is a federal law in the United States. Enacted in 1990, it requires colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. The resources below are provided in compliance with the Act.

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Annual Security Report (ASR)

DSCC's annual security report that includes crime statistics for the past three years.

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Clery Act – Incident Report Form

Campus Security Authorities listed in the Annual Security Report will record Clery crimes using this form.

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Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Guide

The Clery Act emphasizes prevention and awareness programs related to sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.

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Contact Numbers

Dyersburg Campus
Campus Security – (731) 589-3250
Dyersburg Police – (731) 285-1212 (Non-emergency)

DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County
Campus Security – (901) 201-1344
Covington Police – (901) 476-5282(Non-emergency)

DSCC Henry County Center
Paris Police – (731) 642-2424 (Non-emergency)

In case of Emergency – dial 911

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If you see something, say something

You can help prevent crime if you report and are aware of:
• suspicious persons
• questionable actions
• dangerous conditions

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Traffic and Parking Regulations

The brochure linked below summarizes traffic and parking regulations for the College. Official regulations are published in the Dyersburg State Community College (DSCC) Catalog and Student Handbook. It is your responsibility to comply with the official
regulations. Regulations are applicable to all students, faculty, staff and visitors.

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Emergency Communications – RAVE

Get notifications of unscheduled college closings due to weather or emergency situations via text, email and voice messages through DSCC’s mass notification system (RAVE). Login to Rave to add your contact information.