Campus Safety

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Reporting Emergencies

DIAL 911

Any of the following emergency situations should be report immediately by calling 9-1-1.

  • Crime in progress
  • Medical emergency
  • Fire

Then notify Campus Safety at (386) 506-4444. Any emergency or suspicious activity can be reported Campus Safety 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. In case of power or network outage, call (386) 258-7374.

Anonymous Reporting

Leave a message confidentially at (386) 506-4500 (checked daily). All calls will be investigated. 

Anonymous Reporting Form


Annual Security Report 2021-2022

Annual Security Report

Annual Security Report

Our report in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

2021-2022 Annual Security Report

Alerts & Emergency Notification

Alerts & Emergency Notification

DSC Alert

Through the DSC Alert system, Daytona State College sends emergency text messages, voice phone calls, and emails during an emergency or critical incident. Upon enrolling in classes or beginning employment at the College, students and employees are automatically enrolled in the DSC Alert system. We strongly encourage you to keep current your College contact information where you would like to receive texts, voice calls and emails. Students can update their informaiton here: Update Personal Information - MyDaytonaState Student Falcon Self-Service Help Guide - DSC Library at Daytona State College. New employees should contact Human Resources to update their contact preferences.

For more information, please contact DSCAlert@DaytonaState.edu

Timely Warnings

Timely Warnings

Timely Warnings

Timely Warnings are notifications to the College community providing information to help you make informed decisions about your safety, for example, notifying you if a serious crime has occurred on campus recently. In addition to this page, based on the circumstances timely warnings may be communicated using various methods such as your College email account or the DSC Alert system.

For information contact Campus Safety at (386) 506-4444.
There are currently no timely warnings in effect.

Louie Mercer

From the Director - Campus Safety

Welcome to Daytona State College Campus Safety. The Campus Safety Department is committed to providing quality security and safety services to all students, faculty, staff, and visitors of Daytona State College. Through daily interaction with and personalized service to these groups, the department strives to support the College mission ensuring a positive experience for all.

Located on all Daytona State Colleges campuses, our friendly and helpful Campus Safety officers are always available for to assist you. Our officers receive training in responding to emergencies and accidents, CPR and the use of automated external defibrillators, conflict resolution, and risk management. We are happy to provide escorts on campus for personal safety and to help those with mobility issues. Please contact contact Campus Safety any time you need help or more information about services.

Please take some time to become familiar with the information on our website and in our Annual Security Report and Campus Safety Guide. This can help you make informed decisions about your safety and help us keep Daytona State College a safe place for all of us to enjoy while we achieve our goals.

Louie Mercer, Director of Campus Safety

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Contacts

Contacts

To reach Campus Safety during a power outage or College network service interruption call (386) 258-7374.

Campus Safety Locations

Daytona Beach Campus - Bailey Hall (Building 540), Room 116
(386) 506-4444

Advanced Technology College - Room 106
(386) 506-4190

DeLand Campus - Student Services Hall (Building 7), Room 118
(386) 785-2024

Deltona Campus - Fathi Hall (Building 1), Room 113
(386) 789-7304

Flagler/Palm Coast Campus - Smolen Center (Building 2), Room 102
(386) 246-4888

New Smyrna Beach/Edgewater Campus - Student Services Center (Building 1), Room 132
(386) 423-6334

The News-Journal Center - Room 102
(386) 226-1902