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Clemson University Police Department

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Law Enforcement

Clemson University is a relatively large community of about 19,000 students within a small-town community of about 14,000 residents in the city of Clemson. Despite the relatively low level of crimes that occur on campus and in the surrounding city, Clemson University is not immune to crime. Clemson University has a 24-hour certified police department that enforces South Carolina laws, offers educational and crime-prevention programs for students, faculty and staff and provides safety transit services. University police officers are certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and commissioned by the Office of the Governor with full arrest powers. In addition, the Clemson University Police Department supervises a Residential Housing Security Program to ensure safe living in residential areas. The Clemson University Police Department is dedicated to community policing. Officers work to develop relationships with students, faculty and staff in an effort to increase awareness and encourage the positive exchange of information. New partnerships are developed to address problems that are identified within the campus community. The University participates in a formal mutual-aid agreement with several local law enforcement agencies who are prepared to respond as needed. The Clemson University Police Department attends regular meetings and shares information on crimes with local law enforcement agencies. 

Fire Protection

Firefighting services are provided 24 hours a day by the Clemson University Fire Department for the campus and the city of Clemson. To report a fire, call 911. The department also conducts inspections of facilities and enforces state fire-safety regulations in all University facilities. In addition, the Clemson University Fire Department provides advanced life support for medical emergencies and conducts fire-safety classes at various times throughout the academic year.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Clemson University EMS will transport faculty, staff or students in cases of emergency. To report emergencies, call 911. The dispatcher will need to know the location and nature of the emergency. He or she will then dispatch an ambulance to the location for transportation to Redfern Health Center, an urgent-care center or an area hospital as needed. Non-emergency transportation to Redfern in cases of sudden illness or injury that would not normally require an ambulance will be provided if no other transportation is available. Medical services available at Redfern include outpatient ambulatory care for illness and injury, women’s health, orthopedic clinics, an allergy/immunization clinic, pharmacy, lab and X-ray services.

UNIVERSITY CENTER OF GREENVILLE

Law Enforcement

The University Center of Greenville campus is located at 225 S. Pleasantburg Dr. (McAlister Square). In addition to Clemson University, six other universities are partners in the University Center of Greenville: University of South Carolina-Upstate, Furman University, Greenville Tech, Anderson University, South Carolina State University and the University of South Carolina. Law enforcement services are provided on this campus by the Greenville Technical College Police Department. The Greenville Technical College Police Department may be reached by calling 864-250-8911. The Greenville Technical College Police Department may also be reached at the following cellular phone numbers: 864-419-9972, 864-419-9966, 864-419-9929 or 864-419-9980. Greenville Technical College police officers are certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and commissioned by the Office of the Governor with full arrest powers. Greenville Technical College police officers work closely with local, state and federal police agencies and they maintain direct radio contact with the Greenville Police Department.

Fire Protection

Firefighting services are provided 24 hours a day by the Greenville Fire Department. To report a fire, call 911. The City of Greenville Fire Department, Fire Marshall’s Office conducts inspections of facilities and enforces state fire-safety regulations. Greenville County EMS provides advanced life-support for emergencies occurring at this campus.

INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH

Law Enforcement

The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) is located in Greenville, S.C., along the I-85 corridor. Law enforcement services are provided on this campus by the Greenville Police Department. The Greenville Police Department is the primary campus security authority to whom crimes should be reported by calling 911. The Greenville Police Department may also be reached by calling 864-271-5333. Greenville police officers are certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and have full arrest powers. Greenville police officers work closely with other local, state and federal police agencies and maintain contact with University officials regarding crimes occurring on campus.

Fire Protection

Firefighting services are provided 24 hours a day by the Greenville Fire Department. To report a fire, call 911. The City of Greenville Fire Department, Fire Marshall’s Office conducts inspections of facilities and enforces state fire-safety regulations. Greenville County EMS provi 

CLEMSON AT THE FALLS

Law Enforcement

Clemson at the Falls is located in Greenville, S.C., within the downtown area overlooking Falls Park on the Reedy River. Law enforcement services are provided on this campus by the Greenville Police Department. The Greenville Police Department is the primary campus security authority to whom crimes should be reported by calling 911. The Greenville Police Department may also be reached by calling 864-271-5333. Greenville police officers are certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and have full arrest powers. Greenville police officers work closely with other local, state and federal police agencies and maintain contact with University officials regarding crimes occurring on campus.

Fire Protection

Firefighting services are provided 24 hours a day by the Greenville Fire Department. To report a fire, call 911. The City of Greenville Fire Department, Fire Marshall’s Office conducts inspections and enforces state fire-safety regulations. Greenville County EMS provides advanced life-support for emergencies occurring at this campus.

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