- Car Start & Key Assistance
- Police escorts, if desired, to ensure safety to and from classes at night
- Pensacola State College Crime Information (Jeanne Clery Report)
- DOE – Campus Security Data Analysis Website
- Safety Tips
- Campus Safety and Security Policies
- Drug Free Campus
For your convenience, relevant Pensacola State College forms are provided on this site. Please feel free to fill these forms out, print them, and bring them to Pensacola State College Police Department in order to expedite your service. In order to receive your parking decal, you will need to show your vehicle registration and proof that you are a Pensacola State College student or employee (ID card or a paid fee schedule).
Police Officer Assistance
All campuses: (850) 484.2500 (Central Dispatch)
Sexual Offender Information
Federal and State law requires a person designated as a “sexual offender” to register with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). The FDLE is then required to provide this notification to the local law enforcement agency where the registrant resides or where the registrant attends or is employed by a college or university.
Pensacola State College Police Department is responsible for advising members of the campus community on how to obtain information on sexual offenders on our campuses. Campus sexual offender information can be obtained from this website.
For information on current sexual offenders on Pensacola State College Campuses, follow this link to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Sexual Offender database and click “University Search” then choose “Pensacola State College” and choose which campus you are interested in. This will give you and updated list of Sexual Offenders and Predators that are currently enrolled or employed at Pensacola State College.
Phone / Tipline: (850) 484-2500
Sexual offender information in general can be obtained by visiting the FDLE website (www.fdle.state.fl.us) or by calling the FDLE hotline (1 888 357-7332). You can determine the names of sexual offenders living in your neighborhood by placing your zip code in the required area on the FDLE website.