The mission of Department of Campus Safety and Security is to provide a safe, secure and productive college learning environment for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Our department remains committed to working closely with students, staff and our community to maintain the highest quality of life on our campus venues.|
The Department of Campus Safety and Security is committed to providing the highest level of leadership, professionalism, and decorum through specialized training, education, working partnerships with law enforcement and community based resources.
Numbered decals will be issued for identification and regulatory purposes. These rules and regulations have been established for the benefit and safety of each student and employee. It is the responsibility of the operator to see that the vehicle is not in violation of any of the regulations. Any vehicle operated or parked on the campus is at the owner's risk. All motorized vehicles parked on any SJR State campus must bear a decal. Decals are free and may be requested from the online Parking Decal System.
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act |
This Federal Act
requires that SJR State distribute the following information to all current and potential students and employees. SJR State is
dedicated to the provision of a safe learning and working environment for all students and employees.
2016 Jeanne Clery Annual
Security Report (PDF)
It is the intent of St. Johns River State College to comply with the Florida Sexual Predator and Sexual
Offender Registration & Notification Law and the Federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act.
Toward that goal, St. Johns River State College has established an avenue for students, faculty or the general
public to determine if any registered sexual offender or sexual predator is currently enrolled at any SJR State campus.
All inquiries should be directed to SJR State Public Safety by calling 386-312-4095. E-mail inquiries may be forwarded to the Director of Public Safety.
Information concerning all registered sexual offenders and sexual predators in the State of Florida can be
accessed through www.fdle.state.fl.usor telephone number
In compliance with Senate Bill 524, entitled Protecting Our Children and Adults from Sexual Predators Act, SJR State provides access to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement sexual offender and predator registry.
Students and employees may access this information using the FDLE websiteor by the toll-free telephone number at 1-888-357-7332.