In case of emergency please call: 865-694-6649
- I left my lights on and my car won't start. What can I do?
A) Call Safety and Security at 694-6649. We have a booster box and will jump
your vehicle at no cost. At the branch campus locations, contact the front
office. A signed waiver is required.
- I locked my keys in my car. What can I do?
A) Call Safety and Security at 694-6649. We have an unlock kit and can open
most vehicles. At the branch campus locations, contact the front office. There
is no charge for this service. A signed waiver is required.
- I have a late class and do not feel safe going to the parking lot alone. What
can I do?
A) Call Safety and Security from the classroom at 6649. At the branch campus
locations, call the front office. An officer will be dispatched to your location
and escort you.
- Someone is bothering me/making unwanted advances/following me. What can
A) Call Safety and Security at 694-6649. At the branch campus locations, contact
the front office. We will report the complaint and follow up to stop the inappropriate
actions from continuing.
- My wallet, purse, or other items containing personal information has been stolen. What should I do?
A) If you determine your personal belongings have been stolen on campus, file a theft report immediately with Security.
- If your wallet/purse is stolen, consider filing a police report in the appropriate jurisdiction as soon as possible. This proves to credit providers you were diligent and is a first step toward an investigation (if there is one)
- Also, if your wallet/purse is stolen, contact the three national credit reporting organizations to place a fraud alert on your name and Social Security number. The alert means any company that checks your credit knows your information was stolen and they have to contact you by phone to authorize new credit.
The numbers are:
- Equifax (www.equifax.com): 1-800-525-6285
- Experian (formerly TRW – www.experian.com): 1-888-397-3742
- Trans Union (ww.transunion.com): 1-800-680-7289
- Social Security Administration: 1-800-269-0271 (fraud line)
- I received a ticket. What can I do?
A) You can appeal the citation online at our http://pstcc.edu/security/appeal.html;
just fill out the form and click submit. You have only 14 days from the day
the citation was written to pay or appeal before a late fee of $5.00 is added.
- I received a parking ticket; and the 14-day grace period has lapsed. Can
I still appeal?
A) Unfortunately, no. You have 14 days from the date the citation is issued
to either appeal or pay. After the 14 days, you must pay.
- Where is Lost and Found?
A) Goins Building, Room 101. You can retrieve lost items from 8:30 a.m. until
6:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Closed Saturday/Sunday/Holidays. At the branch campus
locations, go to the front office.
- If I am sick or injured on campus, what do I do?
A) Call or have someone call 694-6649 (campus emergency). We will respond
to your location with assistance. All officers have Red Cross First Aid
training. At the branch campus locations, contact the front office. An officer
will be dispatched.
- I have a Safety/Security concern but do not feel comfortable identifying
myself. What can I do?
A) Go to our web page link at http://pstcc.edu/security/tips.html. Click
on "Silent Witness". An 'Anonymous Tip' form will then appear. You
do not have to identify yourself on the form.
- I have a vehicle accident on campus. Do I call campus security or the
A) Always call campus security at 694-6649. For a minor incident, we can
fill out all the reports. If the damage is over $500.00, the local law enforcement
agency must be called. If there are injuries, the local law enforcement agency
must be called. At the branch campus locations, contact the front office.
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