Officers regulate the flow of traffic, enforce parking regulations and college policies, and respond to emergencies. Our officers are certified in CPR/AED, First Aid, Oxygen Administration, and State S.O.R.A. training. The officers also receive training through the Ocean County Police Academy, Toms River Police, and various other State and Local Agencies.
Campus Security works with the Toms River Police to safeguard and serve the college community. Our campus is patrolled twenty-four hours a day seven days a week.
Emergency & Safety Alerts
View the alert: March 05, 2012 (PDF)
Emergency call boxes are located in campus buildings and in parking lots #1, #2, #4, and #5.
From On Campus: General Information 2170, Emergency 2200
From Off Campus: General Information 732-255-0451
Hours: Open 24 hours per day
Location: Our headquarters is located in Building 30, the Security/Welcome Center at the South end of Lot 1
How to Get a Student ID Card
Students can obtain an ID card at the Security/Welcome Center at the South end of lot 1. Please bring your current schedule or paid receipt and a picture ID; driver's license, passport, or County ID, etc.
Benefits of Having a Student ID Card
Community Service Officers are OCC students who are CPR certified and provide assistance to our department. Some of the services CSOs provide include:
- Direct support for the OCC Security Department
- Escorting individuals to and from their vehicle
- Parking lot enforcement and perimeter security at special events
- Mobile patrols of college
- Monitoring closed circuit television
To learn more about CSO opportunities on the OCC Campus, please contact our headquarters at 732.255.0451.
The mission of the Safety Committee is to promote a safe and secure College environment conducive to education by fostering a strong awareness of safety/security and reducing or eliminating crime, accidents, injuries, and illnesses throughout Ocean County College.
Our bike patrol officers are carefully selected and are required to pass a rigorous in-service training class.
Bicycle patrol officers are an important component of this department’s strategy for accomplishing its public safety objectives due to their mobility, stealth, and increased visibility as well as their ability to facilitate a variety of public safety and crime prevention operations. Furthermore, it enables officers to get out of the more traditional patrol car and makes them more available to members of the campus community.
Officers assigned to Bike Patrol perform the same duties as officers assigned to motor patrol. Officers on bikes are assigned patrol areas and answer assigned calls.
Our bike officers have repeatedly demonstrated their value as a rapid response resource at sporting events, medical emergencies, and numerous other special events on campus.
To learn more about the bike unit, please contact Lt. John M. Swierz at our Public Safety office at 732.255.0451.