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For a faster response time for on campus police services at Palo Alto College, we have created example scenarios for all faculty, staff, students, and community to use as a guide contacting the appropriate personnel in the event campus police services are needed. In many instances campus police officer(s) are out on patrol, and there is the possibility that an officer or clerk contact at the PAC DPS office may not be possible. In this is case we recommend that all personnel rely on the 24 hour police dispatch services for assistance. Please use the following information as a guide for the appropriate type of assistance. We welcome any comments, questions, concerns about our police services at Palo Alto College.

 Cpl. Maria Salazar (210) 486-3996
DPS Campus Coordinator at PAC


Emergency Alamo-DPS Police Services

Call: (210) 222-0911 - 24 hour alamo-DPS Police Dispatch
DPS Emergency/Weather Hotline at 210-485-0189

Scenarios for Emergency services:

  • Crime(s) in progress (Thefts, assaults, robberies, Visible carrying of weapons, fights, Property Crimes, etc).
  • Severe on campus injuries/illnesses.
  • Activated fire alarm.
  • Fires
  • Child locked in vehicle under extreme heat.

Non-Emergency alamo-DPS Police Services

Call: (210) 485-0099 - 24 hour alamo-DPS Police Dispatch

Scenarios for Non-Emergency services:

  • Police Officer needed for field interviews or to generate a police report (Offense, Incident, Non-Injury Traffic Accident(s), Non-life threatening on campus injuries/illnesses, etc)
  • Crime(s) not in progress.
  • Traffic/Parking Enforcement.
  • Suspicious Person(s).
  • On campus Police escorts.
  • Faculty/Staff requiring building/office/classroom access and securing accessed areas.
  • Courtesy assistance for vehicles (locked keys, battery boost, inflate flat tires, etc.).
  • Non-life threatening on campus injuries/illnesses.
  • On campus safety violations.
  • Complaints (Faculty/Staff/DPS Personnel).
  • Scheduled on campus events.

Palo Alto College-DPS Office

Call (210) 486-3997 (Front Desk) Fax: (210) 486-3998

 Scenarios for PAC-DPS services:

  • Inquiring the status of a campus citation to include holds.
  • Status of a campus citation appeal form.
  • A request for a copy of a filed police report.
  • Issuance of a temporary parking decal.
  • Adding another vehicle to current parking decal registration form.
  • Lost and found property.
  • Appropriate parking areas.
  • Scheduled on campus events.