The mission of the Department of Campus Police is to promote a safe and secure environment for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
We accomplish our mission by utilizing a community based policing model, being service oriented and respectful of every individual, emphasizing crime prevention and safety, as we strive diligently to support the overall mission of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary & Boyce College.
About Campus Police
- The department is comprised of sworn police officers who have full powers of arrest on seminary property.
- Seminary police officers are trained and equipped for emergency response and are trained in First Aid and CPR.
- The Campus Police office is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. Administrative services are available from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
- The department utilizes a computer aided dispatch center and a campus radio system to ensure the quickest response possible to calls for service. This same center is regularly able to monitor much of the campus by way of closed circuit television and officers regularly patrol the campus on foot, bicycles, ATV and by marked vehicle. The Campus Police office maintains a close working relationship with the main law enforcement agency serving Metro Louisville.
- Campus patrol
- Traffic & parking enforcement
- Access Control
- Open and close seminary facilities
- Policing for all special events
- Safety escorts on request
- Liaison with local fire and police departments
- 24-hour monitoring and dispatch of Fire and Security systems
- Emergency Preparedness and Crime Prevention Training