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About the LLCCPD

The Lincoln Land Community College Police Department provides professional, service-oriented assistance for a college community of more than 18,000 students, faculty, and staff. The department employs 13 full-time officers and provides police and security coverage 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The staff serves as the designated emergency response unit for the college. The unit's members are trained to respond to incidents involving general emergencies, medical emergencies, hazardous materials situations, severe weather and law enforcement incidents.

The Police Department maintains all reports of criminal activity that occur on college property. The department has a professional relationship with the University of Illinois at Springfield police, Sangamon County Sheriff's Department, and Springfield Police Department, along with all state and federal police agencies.

Telephone Numbers

  • Non-emergency telephone: 62278 (on-campus) or 786-2278 (off-campus)
  • Emergency telephone: 62222 (on-campus), 786-2222 (off-campus), or 911.

Goal

The goal of Lincoln Land Community College's Police Department is to ensure a safe environment for Lincoln Land Community College's students, staff, faculty and visitors. The department provides this professional service while protecting the property and premises of the campus.

Illinois Compiled Statutes, Public Community College Act Chapter 110, Act 805, Sec. 42.1

"Members of the Police Department shall be conservators of the peace and as such have all powers possessed by policemen in cities, and sheriff's in counties, including the power to make arrests on view or warrants of violations of State statutes and city or county ordinances of the counties in which the community college is located, when such is required for the protection of community college properties and interest, and its students and personnel, and within such counties when specifically requested by appropriate State or local law enforcement officials."

Every member of the campus community can help maintain the safe integrity of the college by taking responsibility for their own safety and the safety of those around them.

Our Website

The purpose of this website is to better educate and inform the public of the proactive measures that LLCC is taking to prevent crime and accidents, and to communication the results of these measures.