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Safety and Security

We take safety seriously.

At Clark State we are committed to campus safety and security. With various campus policies and procedures, training exercises and on-campus security, we strive to create the safest space possible for our students, staff, faculty and community.

We're proud of our close working relationships with the Springfield Police Department, Clark County Sheriff’s Office, Bellefontaine Police Department, Beavercreek Police Department and Xenia Police Division; as well as other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. 

The Campus Police Department for our Springfield locations are staffed by officers from the Springfield Police Department. We also employs cadets to assist with patrolling our grounds and facilities, in addition to providing safety escorts and battery jump starts. The Beavercreek location is staffed by a private security firm. The Bellefontaine location follows the procedures established by Ohio Hi-Point, including having the Bellefontaine Police Department respond in case of emergencies. Our Xenia location relies on services provided by the Xenia Police Division.

Annual Campus Security Report
Clark State Community College, in compliance with the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 (formerly the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990), provides the following campus crime statistics and information for Calendar Year 2018. Additionally, the College’s statistics as well as statistics submitted by other colleges and universities can be found online at the U.S. Department of Education. Follow the directions to access the report desired.

In a continuing effort to keep students aware of safety information, sexual predator information can be found on the following websites for the College's four service counties, as well as the website for the State of Ohio: