About Warner Pacific Campus Safety

The Office of Campus Safety is located in the maintenance building directly behind the A.F. Gray.

Campus Safety employs three full-time officers and multiple part-time officers including some student officers.

All Campus Safety officers are certified unarmed security officers with the Oregon State Department of Public Safety Standards and Training. They are also trained in first aid, CPR, and AED.

Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be reached by the Campus Safety on-duty cell phone at 503.250.1730 or 503.517.2127 (extension 2127 from any campus phone).

Campus Safety officers’ authority is limited to Warner Pacific property. Officers are bound by limitations of a private security officer including, but not limited to, the laws regarding arrest, search and seizure, and the appropriate use of force. In crime reporting and criminal investigations, Campus Safety officers will work with and assist local law enforcement in any way possible.

Duty of Safety Officers

Campus Safety’s primary concern is the protection of the people and property of Warner Pacific College and it seeks to work with all members of the Warner Pacific community to ensure a safe working, living, and learning environment.

Officers unlock Mt. Tabor campus facilities as necessary during business hours and secure them at the end of the business day. Locking and unlocking schedules vary based on campus calendars. Campus facilities and grounds are patrolled regularly by officers during the overnight hours. Because we recommend that students, especially during evening and late night hours, walk the campus in at least pairs, officers are always available to escort Warner Pacific community members anywhere on campus.