In this Section
- About the Campus Security Department
- Report a Concern or Incident
- College Closures and Delays
- FRCC COVID-19 Updates
- Sexual Harassment
- Weapons on Campus
- Smoking & Tobacco
- The Clery Act-Campus Safety
- Stormwater & MS 4
The Campus Security & Preparedness department is here to provide a safe and secure learning and working environment on all Front Range Community College's campuses. Our officers patrol campus buildings, parking lots and campus grounds. They also enforce college rules, policies, regulations and procedures.
We also respond to all emergency and non-emergency calls on campus and call for local law enforcement as needed.
We strive to accommodate the needs of the college staff and the students. By becoming our partners, you can assist us in making our campus community a safer place to be.east Learn More About Campus Health & Safety
We can help you with:
- Community resources
- Jumping a battery
- First aid for minor injuries
- Reporting car accidents, theft, vandalism, injury
- Personal safety escort
- Safety presentations
- Overnight Parking Request Form
How to Respond in Campus Emergencies
This video explains our standard response protocols for lock out, lock down, evacuation, and shelter in place so you know what to do in the case of an on-campus emergency.
Active Shooter Video
College Rules & Regulations
Annual College Security Report & Clery Act
2020 FRCC Biennial Review and Drug and Alcohol Prevention Report
View/print the 2020 FRCC Biennial Review Report to learn how FRCC prevents the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.
Report a Concern or Incident
Front Range Community College is dedicated to the safety, health, and well-being of its students, faculty, staff and community. We encourage everyone in the FRCC community to utilize the reporting forms to report any concerning behaviors or incidents.
Harassment & Discrimination
Find out about sexual misconduct, how to report it, and what the consequences are in our Harassment Policy.
Student Code of Conduct
Find out what's expected of students in our Student Code of Conduct.
Campus Closing & Emergency Procedures
Weather or emergencies may require FRCC administrators to delay or close individual campuses or the college periodically. To receive immediate email and text notifications of closures or delays, sign up for emergency notifications in eWOLF. Learn more about college delays and closures.
Review the FRCC college emergency plan.
See what to do for lockout, lockdown, evacuation, and shelter in place.
Drugs & Alcohol, Smoking, Weapons, Parking, Animals on Campus
- Students shall not use/abuse, possess or distribute alcohol or illicit drugs on FRCC property or as a part of college activities wherever they may occur. If they do, students are subject to local, state and federal criminal penalties, including fines up to $8,000,000 and/or life imprisonment. Drug and alcohol violations are subject to disciplinary procedures and are a violation of the CCCS Student Code of Conduct.
- See our smoking and tobacco policies at FRCC.
- Get information on Amendment 64 and our campus marijuana guidelines.
- Are weapons allowed on campus? What do we consider weapons? Find answers to these questions and more.
- Find out where to park and learn about parking rules, speed limits, and more.
- Only service animals accompanying a person with a disability are allowed on campus. Learn more about service animals.
Chemical Hygiene Plan
A Chemical Hygiene Plan is required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for laboratories working with hazardous chemicals. See FRCC's plan.
The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) allows students, employees, and contractors to anonymously report an unethical or fraudulent business that occurs on campus.
Ways to report:
- Online at CCCS website. Select FRCC under “To File a Report.
- Call toll-free (888) 299-5440.
Related CCCS Policies
CCCS Code of Ethics defines the responsibilities of Colorado Community College System employees system-wide.
Employees of the Colorado Community College System are required to demonstrate the
highest ethical standards at all times, which includes reporting inappropriate activity.
CCCS Whistleblower Protection Policy protects employees who report matters to Human Resources, Legal or Internal Audit, including online reports or through the call center.