Welcome to Wharton County Junior College Security and Public Safety Department
Wharton County Junior College Office of Security and Public Safety's priority is to provide a safe and secure environment for all persons including students, faculty, staff, guest of and visitors to the campus. We believe that safety is a shared responsibility among the Security department, college employees, students, visitors and the community, therefore "If You See Something, Say Something". We are concerned about the safety and welfare of all persons on campus and are committed to providing such an environment in which to learn, live and work.
On the Wharton Campus we are located in the basement of the Pioneer Student Center, Room 105 and in the lobby at the Richmond Campus. We patrol the campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week providing around the clock protection. We coordinate all requests for assistance relative to crime, including threats, theft, personal safety, medical emergencies, harassment, fire, vehicular mishaps, catastrophic weather emergencies and other related matters.
Criminal actions or emergencies may be reported directly by college employees, students and visitors. We want you to feel secure and safe when on our campuses. We stand ready to assist you in any way possible to assure your safety and to help you achieve your goal of a college education.
You will find information on this website regarding safety regulations, parking, vehicle registration and other general information. We encourage you to take some time to review this information.
Wharton County Junior College Office of Security and Public Safety
Wharton WCJC Security Department
Richmond WCJC Security Department
Bay City Security Department (Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm) (979) 318-7355
Bay City Police Department (After 5 pm and on Weekends and Holidays) (979) 245-8500
Sugar Land University of Houston Security Department
Brazos Hall/UH Central: (713) 743-3333
The Security Department is charged with first line responsibility to:
- Assure the safety of persons, including college employees and students, guests of and visitors to the campus.
- Assure the safety, security, and protection of college property, including buildings, grounds, equipment, and other assets of the college as well as non-college property located temporarily or permanently on college grounds.
- Respond to emergency situations or conditions and provide assistance or take actions appropriate to the crisis situation within the legal limits of the department's authority.