MCC Public Safety, in conjunction with the Mesa Police Department, conducts programs throughout the year to inform students and employees of safety and security policies, procedures, and practices. Additional crime prevention presentations are available by special request.
Lost and found property is kept at the Public Safety Office, which is located at the S/W corner of the campus. If you lose property at the College, please check with Public Safety to ascertain if the item has been found. The telephone number is (480) 461-7046 (or 17046 from a campus phone).
Articles turned in to Lost and Found will be held for thirty days. Items not claimed within this period of time will be disposed of in accordance with established procedure.
At the beginning of each fall and spring semester, Mesa Community College conducts a general student orientation program. This program includes information and instruction regarding college safety and security policies, procedures, and practices.
Timely reports of all criminal activity reported to Public Safety are made available through weekly updates. Copies of the Public Safety Reports are available in the Public Safety Office.
All students, employees, and visitors are encouraged to be active participants in the college's efforts to keep the campus a safe place. You can become involved by taking common sense precautions with your personal safety and the security of your property. Public Safety recommends that all members of the college community maintain a constant awareness of their surroundings and control of personal property. You also should report any observation of suspected crimes, unusual or suspicious activities, and emergencies to Public Safety.
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