Let’s stay safe… Together!
The Parkland College Police Department will, with all due diligence, preserve the safety to all patrons of the college.
We seek to ensure a safe and secure campus environment for the more than 10,000 students, faculty, staff, and visitors. We will do everything possible to ensure your safety, by providing a visible presence and deterrent to disruptions. We strive towards this goal through our belief in and execution of 10 core principles that have been affirmed by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police and the Illinois NAACP. More information can be found here.
The officers and staff of the campus police stand ready, committed and willing to serve you and the college community 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Let’s stay safe… Together!
Our police officers enforce all rules, regulations and laws, of the college, the state of Illinois, and with mutual consent, ordinance violations of the City of Champaign. Our department enforces all traffic laws, criminal violations, alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, and any weapons violations.
Our officers have met all the training requirements and have been commissioned by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, and have been granted all the rights and privileges as conservators of the peace as outlined by state statute.
Emergency Medical Function (Certified First Responder)
Our officers are certified EMRs trained to evaluate and triage medical emergencies that might arise on the campus. Contact us first for any health related emergency—911 from a college phone or 217/351-2369 from a cell phone.
If you are concerned for the well-being of anyone at any of our Parkland facilities, please know that there are resources available to help. Call 217/351-2200, or you may file a confidential Person of Concern report with the Behavioral Intervention team, or contact any of the Behavioral Intervention Team members.
* 911 Room Alert icon on campus computers (PC only). Please note that this does not communicate anything related to the nature of the emergency, and whenever possible medical emergencies should be called via phone so that our officers can come with appropriate medical equipment.