Campus-Specific Contact Information

Alabama Aviation Center at Brookley Field

Whether one is the victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office at (251) 580-4930; or
(c) The Police Department at (251) 580-4946
(d) The City of Mobile Police Department at (251) 208-1700
Building Security: The buildings at the Alabama Aviation Center will be secured as soon as possible after the office closes or after the last class of the day.

Atmore Campus
Whether one is the victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office at (251) 368-8118; or
(c) The Atmore Police Department at (251) 368-9141
Building Security: The buildings at the Atmore Campus will be secured as soon as possible after the office closes or after the last class of the day.

Brewton Campus

Whether one is the victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office at (251) 867-4832; or
(c) The Brewton Police Department at (251) 867-3212
Building Security: The buildings at the Brewton Campus will be secured as soon as possible after the office closes or after the last class of the day.

Fairhope Campus

Whether one is a victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office (251) 990-0420
(c) The Fairhope Police Department at (251) 928-2385.
Building Security: All buildings on the Fairhope Campus will be secured as soon as possible after the offices close, or in the case of a classroom building, after the last class of the day.

Gilbertown Campus

Whether one is the victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office at (251) 843-5265 ; or
(c) Gilbertown Police Department at (251) 843-2766.
Building Security: The buildings at the Gilbertown Campus will be secured as soon as possible after the office closes or after the last class of the day.

Gulf Shores Campus

Whether one is the victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office at (251) 968-3104; or
(c) The Gulf Shores Police Department at (251) 968-2431. 
Building Security: The buildings at the Gulf Shores Campus will be secured as soon as possible after the office closes or after the last class of the day.

Jackson Center

Whether one is the victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office at (251) 246-0010; or
(c) Jackson Police Department at (251) 246-4484.
Building Security: The buildings at the Jackson Center will be secured as soon as possible after the office closes or after the last class of the day.

Monroeville Campus

Whether one is the victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office at (251) 575-3156; or
(c) The Monroeville Police Department at (251) 575-3246.
Building Security: The buildings at the Monroeville Campus will be secured as soon as possible after the office closes or after the last class of the day.

Thomasville Campus

Whether one is the victim or witness, one should report a crime or suspicious activity or any other emergency on campus.
To report a crime or emergency call:
(a) 911;
(b) Campus Office at (334) 636-9642; or
(c) The Thomasville Police Department at (334) 636-2174 .
Building Security: The buildings at the Thomasville Campus will be secured as soon as possible after the office closes or after the last class of the day.

Off-campus sites:

In compliance with the Campus Security Act of 1990, off-campus sites will establish linkages with the local police agency to ensure that all criminal activity at those sites is recorded and reported. These linkages include the following provisions:

  • Local police will submit on a timely basis to the Regional Campus reports of all criminal incidents which occur at other campus sites.
  • College Police will maintain these records and submit applicable data to the Secretary of the Department of Education and make statistics available to all students and employees.
  • Coastal Alabama Community College will develop policies and procedures for dealing with the occurrences of criminal activity at these off-campus sites to include preventative measures, educational efforts and disciplinary actions.