Campus Security

Atlantic Cape Community College's Security Department has as its primary responsibility the safety and security of students, visitors and faculty/staff at all Atlantic Cape locations. All locations are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Crimes can be reported in person or Online.

Campus security guards are primarily responsible for regulating the flow of traffic on the college's campuses, enforcing parking regulations and providing building security. These uniformed security guards are certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid. Trained radio dispatchers provide immediate radio communication with guards on patrol.

Facility Access/Safety

Since it is a public institution, most Atlantic Cape facilities are open to members of the community, with varied levels of access. Lighting in all buildings and public areas is inspected and maintained daily. Guards regularly patrol all buildings and parking lots.

The college maintains no on-campus housing.

Security Awareness

The key to crime prevention is awareness; something the college fosters through educational programs.

Check out our Safety Tips & Guidance resources for tips on how to stay safe and secure.

All members of the college community can assist in maintaining a safe environment to stay alert, reporting any suspicious activities to Security and taking steps to avoid becoming the victim of a crime including:

  • keep valuables out of sight
  • walk in groups at night
  • avoid deserted hallways or buildings

Campus Safety Alerts

The department any time a crime or other serious incident affects the safety of the community releases an alert. Be sure to sign up for Atlantic Cape Text Alerts. The alert may outline a specific incident or may offer advice about a series of situations that could affect members of the community.

Stay Connected

Follow our latest news using the following resources:

Security Escort

Campus Phone Numbers

  • Mays Landing call (609) 343-5125
  • Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Center call (609) 343-4841
  • Cape May County Campus call (609) 463-6390