At the Anaheim Campus, crime prevention is a partnership between the Anaheim Campus Safety Office and the community it serves. Anaheim Campus Safety officers will respond and address all criminal activity and emergencies. Students, staff, and visitors are encouraged to report criminal activity, suspicious persons, and suspicious activity to Campus Safety immediately.

Steps to Reporting a Crime or Emergency

  1. Call for Help
    1. In the event you are a witness or a victim of crime, contact Campus Safety at 714.808.4911 or Anaheim Police Department at 714.765.1900.
    2. In an emergency (life-threatening) situation, you should dial 911 first from a personal phone or 9-911 from a campus phone. Then have someone nearby contact Campus Safety.
  2. Information to Provide to First Responders
    1. Call from a safe location, if possible.  Remain calm and speak slowly and clearly. Be prepared to provide the following information:

      • The details of the incident
      • Location of the incident about which you are reporting
      • When the incident occurred, if known
      • The description of the suspect and his/her location or direction of travel
      • The description of any vehicles involved in the incident.
      • Your name, the location you’re calling from, and the phone number
      • The necessity for medical assistance
      • Location of the emergency
      • Type and severity of the emergency
      • Do not hang up the phone until the dispatcher tells you to do so
  3. Campus Safety Response
    1. Campus Safety will respond to your call directly and stay with you until the immediate incident is resolved.
    2. Campus Safety will route your call to local police, fire, ambulance, and other services, as needed.

WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting Hotline

NOCCCD is a member of WeTip and offers this service to employees and students. WeTip is a citizen’s anonymous crime reporting program that may be used to report all types of crimes. In general, the WeTip hotline has received thousands of reports on serious crimes such as arson, drug sales, graffiti and vandalism, burglaries, student molestation, gang activity and bullying. It has significantly reduced crime incidents in communities and schools nationwide. WeTip is unlike any other hotline. Callers to WeTip can place absolute trust in WeTip and the fact that no one can ever know their identity (not even WeTip!).

The free tip hotline is available in English and Spanish 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. All calls to WeTip are 100% anonymous. WeTips’s reporting hotline configured to remove all electronic tagging information. WeTip never traces a phone call or Internet report. Tipsters may receive a reward up to $1,000 for tips that lead to an arrest and conviction of a perpetrator.

WeTip Hotline: 1-800-78-CRIME or log onto www.wetip.com.

Campus Safety Contact Information

All students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to take note of the Campus Safety location office on campus and to program the phone numbers into their mobile phones for quick reference.

In all cases of emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Anaheim Campus is served by NOCE Campus Safety.

Location: Anaheim Campus, 2nd Floor, near the Admissions and Registration Office Lobby

Contact Information:

Hours:

  • Monday – Friday from 6:30 p.m. – 11 p.m.
  • Saturday/Sunday: Closed

Anaheim Police Department:

NOCE Cypress Center is served by Campus Safety at Cypress College.

Location: Cypress College, Business Building, 1st Floor, Near Parking Lot 1

Contact Information:

Hours:

  • 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year

Cypress Police Department:

NOCE Wilshire Center is served by Campus Safety at Fullerton College.

Location: Fullerton College, Building 1500, adjacent to Lemon Street and Fullerton College Drive as well as Staff Parking Lot C West

Contact Information:

Hours:

  • 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year

Fullerton Police Department:

These departments are responsible for crime prevention; however, safety is a shared responsibility and is important to all students, faculty, staff, and visitors on campus.