Get your Student ID
To get your student ID card, you must come to the Department of Public Safety and bring your current class schedule along with your driver’s license or State Identification card. The first student ID is free, any additional or replacement student ID cards cost $5, which is payable at the Cashier’s Office.
If circumstances warrant it, special crime alert flyers and notices will be printed and distributed either selectively or throughout the campus. These notices are provided to the College Community to aid in the prevention of similar occurrences of crime.
Lost and Found
The Department of Public Safety operates the College's lost and found. If you lose something, contact the Department of Public Safety at 989-686-9113. If you find something, please turn it in to the Department of Public Safety in N102. We will attempt to locate the owner and return the item.
If serious injury or illness occurs on campus, immediately call the Department of Public Safety at 989-686-9111. Give your name, describe the nature and severity of the medical problem, and the campus location of the victim.
Get an Escort to Your Vehicle
Contact the Department of Public Safety either in person or by phone. You will need to give the dispatcher your name and location and a description of your vehicle and an officer will escort you safely to your vehicle.
Help With Car Problems
Lock your keys in your car or have a dead battery and need some help? Contact the Department of Public Safety either in person or by phone. This service is free of charge.
RAD: Self-Defense for Women
R.A.D. (Rape/Aggression/Defense) is a nationally recognized program that has provides education and awareness. Delta College Public Safety offers a 2-day course that includes an educational component and physical self-defense techniques suitable for women of all abilities.
Prescription Drug Drop-off Location
In collaboration with the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), the Department of Public safety participates in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Unused or expired medications can be turned in to Delta College Public Safety Office for safe disposal. The service is free and anonymous. For more information visit www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/takeback.
Unlock a Classroom
Students may contact Public Safety to request the opening of a locked classroom. The student must be authorized by their instructor on a list at the Department of Public Safety. The student could then have access to check out a key for the day.