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To Reach MCC Police, Call 531-622-2222

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The Metropolitan Community College Police Department (MCC Police) has the primary jurisdiction and responsibility to investigate crimes and provide police services for MCC locations within the four-county service area of Douglas, Sarpy, Dodge and Washington counties. College police officers are located at the Fort Omaha, South Omaha and Elkhorn Valley Campuses, as well as the Applied Technology, MCC Express, Fremont Area and Sarpy Center. MCC Police is available 24 hours a day, seven days per week, including holidays.

MCC Police is recognized by the Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice as a Law Enforcement Agency; therefore, Police Officers employed by MCC Police are commissioned and certified as Nebraska Law Enforcement Officers. MCC Police has agreements with other law enforcement agencies located within the jurisdictions served by the Metropolitan Community College. The collaboration extends, not only with assistance answering calls when necessary, but also with the assistance in each and every phase of follow-up investigations including forensic services.

MCC Police Department services include, but not limited to:

  • Enforce state statutes and city ordinances
  • Enforcement of College rules and regulations
  • Respond to medical emergencies
  • Investigate motor vehicle accidents
  • Patrol campus property and provide escorts to faculty, staff and students as requested
  • Community training programs
  • Provide assistance with disabled vehicles (jump starts and unlocks)
  • Assist students, staff and the general public with information and directions
  • Check all facilities for hazards and safety compliance

MCC students and staff are encouraged to enroll and participate in the emergency text messaging alert system. Visit MCC Emergency Notification System website.


MCC Police offers quarterly active shooter response training to prepare individuals to handle the threat of an Active Shooter. ALICE teaches individuals to participate in their own survival, while leading others to safety. Though no one can guarantee success in this type of situation, this new set of skills will greatly increase the odds of survival should anyone face this form of disaster. ALICE is broken up into five strategies: Alert; Lockdown; Inform; Counter and Evacuate.


MCC is committed to providing a safe college environment for students and employees.

The video in the link below is produced by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and is less than ten minutes long. We hope you never need the information and are providing it as a resource. Options for Consideration demonstrates possible actions to take if confronted with an active shooter scenario. The instructive video reviews the choices of evacuating, hiding, or, as an option of last resort, challenging the shooter. The video also shows how to assist authorities once law enforcement enters the scene.

Active Shooter Training Video