Student and Campus Safety

North Arkansas College Police Department

The North Arkansas College Police Department is here to serve and protect.

The North Arkansas College Police Department consists of Chief Sam Martin, Police Officer Eddie Ragland, and a Reserve Force of additional part time Officers. Campus Police officers are certified by the state of Arkansas.

The North Arkansas College Police Department continues a working relationship with the Boone County Sheriff’s Department and Harrison Police Department for additional resources as needed.

Arrests and fines are processed through the Boone County District or Circuit Courts or North Arkansas College. Parking violations and warning tickets are processed through North Arkansas College. Employees, students, guests, and properties of North Arkansas College are under the jurisdiction of the North Arkansas College Police Department concerning police matters. Arkansas Law and US Federal Laws are enforced by North Arkansas College Police Department.

For any additional information or questions you might have, please feel free to contact North Arkansas College Police Department.

Emergency Alerts

Mybg真人游戏注册Alerts is bg真人游戏注册’s emergency alert system that alerts students and staff of college emergencies, inclement weather closings and important announcements. Your cell phone must be able to accept text messages to receive mobile alerts. If your phone does not accept text messages you can still receive the alerts via e-mail. Each semester, students are automatically enrolled in the Mybg真人游戏注册Alerts system.  Students can unsubscribe at any time by replying “stop” or visiting Mybg真人游戏注册Alerts located at the top of the page at a6.gelingendekommunikation.com. Students should update the information when they get a new phone provider or phone number to continue to receive alerts.

Closing Due to Weather Conditions

Inclement Weather Policy: bg真人游戏注册 is open unless it is announced otherwise. If bg真人游戏注册 closes, the closing will be communicated immediately on Mybg真人游戏注册Alerts mobile phone messaging system, Facebook, Twitter and the bg真人游戏注册 website. During inclement weather conditions, the college will make every effort to announce closings for day classes as early as possible.  A determination regarding evening classes will be announced by 3 p.m. to allow students adequate time to drive to campus.

Even when the College is not closed, students, faculty, and staff should use personal discretion regarding their travel decisions.

Important Info

For emergencies, call 911.

To report a crime, contact Chief Sam Martin at (870) 715-7553 or Officer Eddie Ragland at (870) 302-5453.
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