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Campus Police

The mission of the officers and employees of ICC Campus Police Department is to provide a safe and secure learning and work environment for our students, staff, and visitors others.

The Campus Police Department is responsible for:

  • Security of campus buildings and grounds
  • Enforcement of laws, regulations and ordinances
  • Traffic control and traffic crash reporting
  • Crime reporting and investigating investigations
  • Lost and found service
  • Emergency medical services (including medical escorts)
  • Emergency notifications
  • Vehicle assistance (including battery jumps, vehicle lockouts and night escorts)

Important Phone Numbers

All Emergencies: (309) 694-5111  |  On Campus: 5111

Campus Police Offices

East Peoria Campus: (309) 694-5223
North Campus: (309) 690-6899
Downtown Campus: (309) 999-4699 or (309) 999-4599
South Campus: (309) 635-8804

Campus Police Chief, Tom Larson: (309) 694-5225 or [email protected]
ICC Health Services, Nurse: (309) 694-5475

Local Police Departments

East Peoria Police: (309) 698-4700
Peoria Police: (309) 673-4521
Pekin Police: (309) 346-3132

Emergency Procedures

The ICC Campus Police Emergency Response Guide and other campus safety information and media are available for download.

Concealed Carry Weapons

ICC is posted as a “No Concealed Carry” institution. Weapons are banned from ICC except in limited circumstances - view the ICC Board Adopted Concealed Carry Policy below.

Annual Campus Safety Report

ICC’s Clery Report (in compliance with the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 and the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008) is available for download.

ICC College Regulations Policy

Illinois Central College has established and implemented a College Regulations Policy as authorized by the Illinois Public Community College Act. Enforcement of the policy is the responsibility of the ICC Campus Police Department. View the policy below.


Sworn ICC Campus Police Officers are armed and have the same authority as County and Municipal Police Officers, including the power to make arrests and issue citations.

Non-sworn Campus Security Officers have Use of Force and Arrest powers as authorized in state Statutes 725 ILCS 5/107-3, 720 ILCS 5/7-1 and 5/7-3.