Police Services

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About Police Services

Evergreen's Police Services is committed to keeping our community safe and is available 24 hours a day, every day. If you have an emergency, have been victim to a crime and require assistance or if you need community resources support, contact us.

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Evergreen Olympia Campus
2731 McCann Plaza NW
SEM I, Room 2150
Olympia, WA 98505

Emergency Notifications

The college utilizes an emergency notification system called Omnilert. Sign-up to stay informed of delays, closures or other emergencies.

In the event of a serious incident which may pose an ongoing threat to the Evergreen community, a Crime Alert email will be sent to all students, staff and faculty on campus. Crime alerts may include incidents of arson, criminal homicide or robbery. 

Records Requests

Police records are public information. Complete a Police Record Request Form (PDF) and submit it in-person at Police Services or email by email to publicrecords@evergreen.edu.

Policies and Reports
Additional Information

Clery Crime and Fire Statistics

Evergreen reports information about crimes on our campuses and in the surrounding areas to comply with the Jeanne Clery Act, known as The Clery Act. The Clery Act requires campuses to publish an Annual Security Report, which outlines the institution’s crime statistics from the past three calendar years, campus safety efforts, how to report crimes, policy statements related to safety and security on campus, and prevention efforts.

The Annual Security Report includes fire safety statistics for the campus and is published annually. 

You may request a paper copy of the Annual Security report by emailing the Director of Title IX, Clery and Student Rights and Responsibilities at titleixcoordinator@evergreen.edu.

Weapons Prohibited on Campuses

Possession of a firearm or other weapon/instrument (excluding pepper spray) is not permitted on Evergreen's two campuses. Individuals entering college property are subject to the Prohibited Weapons Policy as outlined in WAC 174-136-043.

Marijuana Possession

Federal law prohibits marijuana possession and use of any kind on all college campuses, even though Washington state law permits some uses of marijuana. As such, possession or use of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia are prohibited at Evergreen, including for medicinal purposes. Do not use or carry marijuana anywhere on campus; if we find it, we’ll have to confiscate and destroy it.

See also Housing Policies.

Title IX Sexual Harrassment/Discrimination

The Evergreen State College does not tolerate sexual violence – including rape, sexual harassment or sexual assault. Such activities are against the law and are a direct violation of Title IX. When violations are believed to have occurred, disciplinary action and/or criminal action can be pursued. If you are a Responsible Employee or an impacted party of any alleged sex or gender discrimination including sexual harassment, sexual misconduct or assault, file a complaint through Title IX. You also may file a report through Police Services to create a police record. File a complaint if you are the victim of a Title IX violation or a responsible employee aware of a potential violation.

Registered Offenders Information

Evergreen's Registered Offender Policy.

Thurston County Sheriff's Office Registered Offender Information/Search.

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David Brunckhurst
Chief of Police