Campus Safety at NWCCD
NWCCD is committed to maintaining a safe and secure campus environment. Gillette College and Sheridan College feature well-lit pedestrian walkways joining all main buildings, and Certified Wyoming Peace Officers are on patrol at both campuses.
All students and employees have the opportunity to attend trainings based on A.L.I.C.E. training institute curriculum. A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) is the leading provider of emergency response training for all ages.
Our district has comprehensive safety plans that include:
- Emergency response
Emergency Communication Channels
Our District utilizes communication channels in case of emergency including radio, on-campus audible alert system, and a NWCCD ALERT text-based system. We will also post to the official NWCCD website, social media outlets, and digital signage in campus buildings when appropriate.
NWCCD has campus police at both Sheridan College and Gillette College to respond to any non-emergency issues or concerns.
In an emergency, call 911
Commitment to Title IX
NWCCD considers discrimination in all its forms to be a serious offense. We are committed to creating a safe and friendly learning environment for all.
More information about Title IX.
Sheridan Campus Police Contact Information:
Sheridan Campus Police office: 307-675-0250
Police Chief, Jason Vela: 307-752-2253
Gillette Campus Police Contact Information:
Gillette Campus Police office: 307-681-6050
Police Lieutenant, Chad Trebby: 307-689-7586
Reporting a Concern
If you have a safety concern or a concern for the general welfare of any individual student or regarding broader conduct violations at NWCCD, you are asked to report it immediately.
“If you see something, say something!”