Crime, Incident, and Accident Reporting Notification Information
Call 911 if there is a fire, a medical emergency, or if you need the police. If you recognize an emergency situation for yourself or someone else call 911 immediately!
After notifying 911, please call 9999.
Our 9999 hotline is monitored by staff in the Safety Operations Center
- Classroom phones ring directly to 9999 when the handset is lifted
- Office extensions require dialing 9999 to reach the hotline operator
AHERP (All Hazards Emergency Response Plan)
SPCC All Hazards Emergency Response Plan (Click Image Below)
Emergency Notification Signup (RAVE)
Opt-in will require students/visitors to text a short code (SPVisitor) to 67283. Once enrolled, any information within 30 days will be sent to the students/visitors via text. Students/visitors will receive a text regarding their subscription’s expiration. To cancel, text “Stop” to 67283. Subscription to the Opt-in pool does not require an e-mail.
The National Campus Safety Act requires all institutions of higher education to report annual campus crime statistics. The annual security report is also available at Student Services.
SPCC Crime Statistics (PDF)
For questions regarding Opt-in, please contact Leslie Benitez at email@example.com.
For questions regarding other emergency notifications, please contact Mike Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704.272.5347.