(In case of an emergency, call 405-380-8989 or dial 911)
At Seminole State College, it is our desire to be an integral part of this campus community. Whether you are a student, faculty, staff, or guest to SSC, it is our goal to make your time on campus a safe place, regrettably criminal incidents occur on college campuses. Seminole State College makes public the nature of crimes and the quantity.
Seminole State College Crime Statistics
If you would like to obtain information about crime on the Seminole State College campus, see current statistics here or contact the Campus Police at (405)382-9500 or visit Campus Crime Stats Online provided to you by the Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S. Department of Education. The link will take you to their website. Scroll down to the Name of institution and type in "Seminole State College"
Incident Report Form
Our purpose is to make this campus safe and secure for all. We are all responsible to ensure that our valuables are secure and that crime and suspicious incidents are reported in a timely manner. It is vital we work together to identify and resolve problems that lead to crime or the fear of crime. All reports of crime, suspected criminal or suspicious activity should be reported to the SSC Police Department. Note:
This form will go only to the SSC Campus Chief of Police and the Vice President for Student Affairs.
For information on State-wide Road ConditionsCall 1-888-425-2385
View the SSC Title IX/Student Safety page here.
View the SSC Student Handbook here.
If you have been a victim of a crime: View the Victim's Bill of Rights.
Campus Sex Crimes Prevention
Oklahoma state law O.S. Title 57, §583-584 requires that anyone required to register as a sex offender do so with both their local law enforcement (municipal or county) agency at their residence and also with the police or security department of any institution of higher learning at which they are enrolled as a student (full-time or part-time), are an employee (full-time or part-time), or resides (or intends to reside or stay) on any property owned or controlled by the institution of higher learning.
Follow this link to leave SSC website and access the statewide public Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry on the Oklahoma Department of Corrections website.
If you have been a victim of a crime: Follow the link below for the Victim's Bill of rights.
Notice of Rights for Domestic abuse
- to request that charges be pressed against your assailant.
- to request protection from any harm or threat of harm arising out of your cooperation with law enforcement and prosecution efforts.
- to be informed of financial assistance and other social services.
- to a free medical examination for the procurement of evidence to aid in the prosecution or your assailant
- to be informed by the district attorney of other victims' rights available pursuant to Title 19 Section 215-33 of the Oklahoma Statutes.