MCC Police

MCC Police

The MCC Police department provides services 24 hours a day, and is dedicated to developing and maintaining a safe and secure campus in cooperation with other college departments. The department maintains a close liaison with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in implementing and coordinating campus law enforcement operations. The MCC Police department is responsible for:

  • student safety awareness
  • crime prevention
  • physical security
  • access control
  • safety escort services
  • vehicle registration
  • enforcement of campus policies
  • enforcement of traffic regulations
  • accident/injury reporting and investigations

You can contact the MCC Police Department by calling 604-1200 or responding to any of the Police Office locations listed below:

MCC Blue River
Campus Center, west, room 118
816.604.6523

MCC Business & Technology
Main Building, south, room TC203
816.604.5260

MCC Longview
Business Building, east, room 111
816.604.2123

MCC Maple Woods
Admin. Building, south, room 103
816.604.3123

MCC Penn Valley
Campus Center, west, room 102
816.604.4127

MCC Pioneer
Main Building
816.604.5023

Chief of Campus Police

MCC Facilities Servicers building, 1601 Prospect Ave
816.604.1453

Director, Support Services

MCC Facilities Services building, 1601 Prospect Ave
816.604.1370

Tips Hotline

If you see something suspicious on any MCC campus, report it anonymously by calling MCC’s tips hotline at 816.604.ATIP (816.604.2847)

Emergency Numbers

From a Campus Phone:
8911
- For local emergency
1200 - For MCC Police

From Another Phone:
911
- For local emergency responders
816.604.1200 – For MCC Police

Non-Emergency Number

816.604.1111

MCC Emergency Response Plan

MCC has established this Emergency Response Plan to provide MCC students, faculty, employees and visitors (the “MCC Community”) with information about MCC’s Timely Warning Alert, Emergency Notification, Emergency Response Plan (including evacuation procedures), and to provide other general safety guidelines to the MCC Community. The information in this plan will help each individual in the MCC Community determine their best response to certain emergency situations, whether on, adjacent to, or near a MCC campus. Every emergency situation is unique and in all cases, MCC Community members assume responsibility for their own individual safety and security and should use their own best individual judgment in deciding their actions.

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Last Modified: 9/4/14