Security & Safety
The mission of Haywood Community College Security Department is to enhance the quality of learning and life opportunity for the campus community through dedicated and professional service. The department serves with integrity, discretion and in a fair, proper, and thorough manner. The conduct of each member of the department will be professional and honorable. We work with other organizations to create a campus environment that is socially rich, diverse and supports the college mission of excellence and learning.
We encourage you to reach out to us for assistance with items such as:
- Incident Reporting
- Reporting tobacco use on campus
- Reporting unsafe driving
- Flat tire/dead battery
- Accident reporting
School Resource Officer: Mobile: 828-593-8477
HCC Security: Mobile: 828-734-5410
General incidents include issues of conduct, threatening and/or concerning behavior, student complaints/grievances, and student illness/injuries. General incidents do not include academic dishonesty.
- Access the Incident Reporting Form by using the following link: Incident Reporting Form
- Fill out the Incident Reporting Form to the best of your knowledge. All spaces marked with a red asterisk are required.
- Be sure to include a detailed description of the incident.
- Don’t forget to upload supporting documentation, if applicable.
- Submit report when complete. Upon submitting the report, a message will be displayed, stating that your report was successfully submitted.
Students and Employees can use the Incident Reporting Form to submit an incident they have witnessed or want to bring out our attention.
Providing a safe educational environment for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors while on campus is of vital importance. The Campus Safety Office is dedicated to campus safety from many facets.
Misty Massingale, Coordinator of Campus Safety Services: 828-564-5113
Campus Safety & Security Report
Haywood Community College Safety Office prepares these reports in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistic Act (Clery Act). These reports are designed to provide you with important information about your safety and security by providing you with statistics about crime that occurs on campus. These statistics include crimes reported to Campus Security Department, Student Services, and crime information requested from local law enforcement agencies in reference to crimes committed near our campus and non-campus properties that are reported directly to other law enforcement agencies.