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The El Paso Community College Police Department (EPCCPD) pledges to enhance the quality of life on campus by working cooperatively with our community -- within the framework of the United States Constitution -- to enforce the law, to preserve the peace, to reduce fear, and to provide an environment conducive to higher education.

Emergency Preparedness

For all emergencies, call the EPCC Police Department Emergency Number (915) 831-2200. The EPCC PD dispatch is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our PD officers are familiar with all college sites, will respond immediately, and will call outside agency emergency personnel, if needed.

When calling, give your:

  • Name
  • Call-back number
  • Campus
  • Building
  • Room Number
  • Any other information as it relates to the emergency

Stay on the line if possible. Portable AED units are located in each campus PD office and in most PD vehicles. Officers are trained in AED use, CPR, and first aid.

For more information, refer to the EPCC PD Security Policies: Campus Security


All students, faculty and staff that will drive and park a vehicle on college owned facilities must register their vehicle with the EPCC Police Department Traffic office and receive a parking decal.

How to get a parking permit/decal:

  1. Pay for your parking permit at your campus cashier office or online.

    Online Traffic/Parking Payments.

  2. Bring your payment receipt along with your license plate number to your campus traffic window.

Tejano Alert

Tejano Alert is used by EPCC to deliver unexpected closure information and emergency warnings directly to your mobile device and email. Stay informed by registering and updating your information in EPCC’s emergency notification registration system. You may register one cell phone and one email address to receive alerts.

Tejano Alert

Lost And Found

The EPCCPD provides lost and found services at all campuses. If you have lost an item, call the police office at the campus where you may have lost the item. Every attempt is made to contact the owner of lost items when the owner is determined.

Unclaimed items, after a length of time, will be donated to charitable organizations.