Campus Police Department
East Peoria Campus • Academic Building Room 105A • (309) 694-5223
Peoria Campus • Student Center Room 140 • (309) 694-5223
Pekin Campus • Main Office • (309) 635-8804
Dispatch Center and Lost and Found Department • East Peoria Campus • Academic Building 103A • (309) 694-5223
The mission of the officers and employees of the ICC Campus Police Department is to provide a safe and secure learning and work environment for our students, staff, faculty, and visitors.
The Campus Police Department and Dispatch Center are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Armed, sworn ICC Police Officers have the same responsibility and authority as county and municipal police officers, including the power to make arrests and issue citations.
For a list of ICC Police Department services, visit the Campus Police website at icc.edu/campuspolice.
In case of an emergency immediately call Campus Police at (309) 694-5111 or 5111 from an on-campus land-line phone, or;
Talk or text with police dispatchers using the ICC Guardian app, which is now available for your cell phone. All students and employees are encouraged to download the app now so one-touch calling is available in case of an emergency. Download the app by searching “Rave Guardian” in your app store.
In case of a fire, there will be an audible alert and flashing strobe lights followed by verbal instructions indicating a fire emergency requiring you to immediately evacuate the building.
If a tornado is sighted near the campus, there will be an audible alert followed by verbal instructions and/or a sounding of area Civil Defense sirens. Immediately seek shelter in the nearest location until given an “all clear” signal. Recommended areas to seek shelter are listed in the Campus Police Emergency Response Guide online at icc.edu/emergency-guide/severe-weather-and-natural-disasters/.
For further information regarding various emergency situations, go to the Campus Police Emergency Response Guide online at icc.edu/emergency-guide/.
ICC’s MyAlert system provides free emergency and other notifications through emails, text messages, and voice messaging. You will always receive these alerts at your official ICC email. Please regularly check your ICC student email. If you listed a landline or cell phone in your MyICC account, the system also calls those numbers with emergency notifications. If you have texting capabilities, you will also receive a text message. If you do not want to receive text messages, you may turn off that function in your MyAlert account. For more information about changing your preferences in the MyAlert system, sign in to your account at getrave.com/login/icc.
Free Speech & Expression
Procedures related to free speech and expression for students and the public: These procedures apply to the College’s campuses and sites, but can be adopted for use at other facilities operated by the College. These Procedures are not intended to discriminate against any expressive activity on the basis of content; rather, the Procedures set forth the College’s practices to regulate the time, place, and manner under which ideas may be expressed, without disrupting the College’s educational mission or the rights of its students. The College reserves all rights to prohibit or take action against such unprotected forms of expression. For more information please refer to: icc.edu/students/student-services/
Smoke Free/Tobacco Free Campus
Illinois Central College complies with state law that requires college campuses to be smoke free/tobacco free. Smoke free/tobacco free means the use of tobacco or related products (herbal substitutes and vaping devices, for example) will not be allowed anywhere on campus, including parking lots. For more information, visit icc.edu/smoke-free-tobacco-free.
Weapons and Firearms Policy
In accordance with the ICC Board of Trustees’ authority and the Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act, ICC’s Weapons on Campus and Firearm Concealed Carry Policy establishes the College’s weapons and firearms-free status at all campus locations. This policy applies to all employees, students, persons conducting business on campus, and visitors, even if the person has a valid federal or state license to possess a weapon or firearm.
Violations of this policy may result in arrest and prosecution. For complete details of ICC’s Weapons on Campus and Firearm Concealed Carry Policy, go to icc.edu/campuspolice.
For Maps of any of the Illinois Central College Campuses visit Campus Maps, Hours, and Parking on the ICC website.