Contact CPTC Police
Report a Safety or Security Concern
Emergency Operations Plan
Hazardous Weather Conditions
2017 CPTC Clery Report
Campus Carry Law
James Mock, Campus Police Chief
Coastal Pines Technical College is committed to a safe educational environment for students and a safe working environment for faculty and other staff. For details, see Emergency Operations.
CPTC has a security officer on campus during the hours students occupy the buildings. For an emergency requiring immediate assistance please dial 911. For non-emergency assistance:
Any student desiring to be escorted to their vehicle in a CPTC parking area should check-in with the front desk or your instructor for assistance. Special arrangements to and from a vehicle for parking or assistance will be considered on a case-by-case basis. In order to obtain assistance please contact your instructor, security staff, or the administrator on duty.
Safety issues or suspicious behavior should be reported immediately to security or any available administrator on duty. You may also report this behavior anonomously by clicking here to Report a Safety or Security Concern.
Parking areas for student, staff, handicapped, and visitor use have been specifically designated. Students are required to obtain a parking decal and to display the decals on all student vehicles parked on campus, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, and mopeds. Illegally parked vehicles (those without parking decals or those parked in reserved areas) will be issued parking ticket by the security officers. Violations may result in fines.
The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) and Coastal Pines Technical College CPTC are committed to providing all employees, students, volunteers, visitors, vendors and contractors a safe and secure workplace and/or academic setting free of intimidating, threatening, or violent behavior. To this end, it is the policy of the TCSG and CPTC that any violent act or threatening or disruptive behavior, language, or communication in any form (including telephone, facsimile, electronic mail or written communication) will not be tolerated. It is each individual’s responsibility to report any act of violence or threat of violence to CPTC administration.
An employee who believes that he/she has been subject to workplace violence should report the matter to the immediate supervisor or on-site administrator as soon as possible after the incident. A student, volunteer, visitor, vendor or contractor who believes that he/she has been subject to workplace violence should report the matter immediately to a CPTC employee as soon as possible after the incident.
Access and modify your account. Your username should be your CPTC email address. If you may not know or remember your password, then please click on the link provided for "Forgot your password?" Click here to access Rave Alerts.
The "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act" (originally the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990) is a federal law that requires institutions of higher education in the United States to disclose campus security information including crime statistics for the campus. These reports are currently available in the office of Campus Security.
Announcements regarding the closing of Coastal Technical College due to hazardous conditions will be posted to the CPTC website and sent via email to faculty, staff, and students. The following radio or television stations will announce the information:
WAJQ – FM - Alma
WBYZ – 94.5 FM - Baxley
WFNS – 1350 AM – Sports Radio
WGA – 1230 AM – News Talk
WHFX - 107.7 FM – SOLID ROCK - THE FOX
WJXT - Channel 4 in Jacksonville
WKUB – 105.1 FM Kub Kountry
WOKA – 106.7 FM Dixie Country
WTLV - Channel 12 in Jacksonville
WTOC - Channel 11 in Savannah
WWSN - SUNNY 103.3 FM
WWUF – 97.7 FM Oldies Radio
WYNR – 102.5 FM – Fun Country
Although CPTC will contact the stations above, as indicated, the station manager will ultimately determine whether the announcement will be aired. Because CPTC serves a large thirteen-county geographic area, weather conditions may vary among the counties. Students should use their own judgment regarding the safety of travel conditions
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