PWSC Valdez Campus Security Report
Providing a safe instructional, living, and working environment is an important goal at PWSC. PWSC is required by federal law to report crimes that occur on campus and at off-campus locations where University classes and other sponsored activities occur. Those statistics are available by clicking on the button below:Reported Crimes, Arrests, Disciplinary Referrals, and VAWA Statistics
Related Campus Security Report Information
or a complete listing of all campus security policies pertaining to the Prince William Sound College, see the UAA 2017 Campus Security and Safety Report. Following is a partial compilation of campus safety policies, procedures, and programs in place at the Valdez Campus.UAA Campus Security and Safety Report
Reporting a Crime
Students, staff, faculty, and visitors should report campus crimes to the Valdez Police Department, and then contact the College Director or Student Services.
- In an emergency, dial 911 and then contact the College Director or Director of Student Affairs.
- For non-emergencies, phone Soldotna Police and Guardian Security and then contact the College Director or Director of Student Affairs.
|Police Department||Valdez Police Department||907-835-4560|
|College Director||Dan O'Connor||907-834-1662|
|Director of Student Affairs||Ana Hinkle||907-834-1612|
For information on gender-based and sexual misconduct, including information on domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, please visit:
You can also contact:
- UAA Title IX Coordinator: 907-786-4680, firstname.lastname@example.org
- PWSC Director of Student Affairs: 907-834-1612, email@example.com
Timely warnings are issued to the Prince William Sound College (PWSC) community when a Clery crime that occurs within our Clery geography is reported to a campus security authority and is considered to represent a serious or continuing threat to students and employees. A timely warning may also be issued for other non-Clery crimes that occur within or near campus when they have the potential to be a serious or continuing threat to students and employees. The College Director or his designee is responsible for coordinating the response. Timely warnings may be communicated through the UA Alerts Notification System which allows participants to choose to be contacted via text message, phone or email; via UAA email; the classroom intercom system; postings throughout the buildings; verbally and/or the College website. Registered students and current employees are automatically enrolled in UA Alerts. To update your contact information in UA ALerts, to to http://uaalert.alaska.edu. Anyone with information warranting a timely warning should report the circumstances to the College Director by phoning 834-1662 or visiting Room 141B in the main campus building. In the evening hours, please call 911 first, and then notify PWSC administration by calling 661-809-2347.