About the College Police Department
The Alvin Community College Police Department's primary goal is to provide a safe environment for all persons who use the campus. The department is staffed with police officers who are commissioned by the State of Texas and are charged with the responsibility of receiving, investigating, and reporting all criminal activities.
Department policies require that officers immediately respond to and investigate any criminal offenses or incidents. All investigations that involve students or employees are reported to the appropriate offices for disciplinary action. The College Police Department also provides a variety of services to students and employees, such as motor assists, first aid, lost and found, information, campus escort, and other services.
Alvin Community College is accessible between the hours of 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Some areas are accessible Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Secured areas are closed when college employees are not present. The College Police Department monitors the college 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If you need to be contacted regarding someone else's injury, serious illness, or death, the police will make every attempt to locate and advise you if the call is deemed an emergency.
Should you feel uncomfortable going to your vehicle, contact the College Police Department at 281-756-3700 and a police officer will be provided.
Lost and Found
Should you lose a personal item or find something that belongs to someone else, please contact the College Police Department. We secure all found items until they are claimed by their owner.
Your College Police Department is here to provide a secured campus ensuring your safety. If you have any questions regarding rules, regulations, laws or related concerns, please feel free to call or come by the department in Building H, Room 132.
Obtaining a Parking Permit
A parking permit is required for all student vehicles. The application for a parking permit is available from the Campus Police Department, located in Building H. When applying for a permit, you will complete a vehicle registration form that includes your driver's license number, license plate number and vehicle description. The parking permit is valid from the fall semester through the summer semesters.
Officers are glad to assist you if you have difficulty starting your vehicle, have a flat tire, or lock your keys in your vehicle.
Zika and Mosquito Management
Zika Precautions for Women (ENTO-053) is a new publication outlining the most important steps women can take to protect themselves and their unborn children from Zika. Protecting women is the top priority for public health agencies this summer.
What Texans Need to Know About Zika Virus (ENTO-052) General information about Zika, what causes it, whether you should be worried, and how to stop it. (Spanish Version)
Mosquitoes and the Diseases they Transmit (ENTO-040) Provides an overview of all important disease carrying mosquitoes in Texas. (Spanish Version)
Buzz Off (ENTO-055) A short reminder of the 4-Ds, the four ways to avoid mosquito bites. A quick safety reminder for yourself, friends and family.
Do-it-yourself Backyard Mosquito Control (ENTO-054) An overview of all the mosquito control options available to you as a consumer. Advantages and disadvantages–what we know and don’t know about the many products out there.
College Police Department
Building H, Room 132
To report an emergency:
On Campus 3700
Off Campus 281.756.3700 or 911