Police Department

Santa Fe College Police Department remains open and fully operational. If you are in need of emergency services, food, clothing or hygiene products, stop in or call 352-395-5519. For more information related to COVID-19, see sfcollege.edu/COVID19.

Welcome

Welcome to Santa Fe College and the Police Department section of the college website. These pages provide you general safety and security information, links to training and resources, our Clery crime report, and multiple ways to report concerns and contact us. The Santa Fe College Police Department pledges to protect and serve by safeguarding the future of our community through education, understanding and mutual respect.

Sgt. Mark Barley with the Santa Fe College Police Department walks with members of the SF Baseball team during the fourth annual Run with the Cops event at Santa Fe College on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2018 in

Say Something: Concerning or Threatening Behavior

R.A.D. Program

The SF Police Department and Alachua County Sheriff's Office host a Rape Aggression Defense program, known as R.A.D. This program is a self-defense course specifically for women. The class is FREE, but enrollment is limited to ensure the highest level of quality instruction.

Learn more about R.A.D. Program

Your Police Department

Knowing your police department and the faces of its officers helps to make Santa Fe College feel safe and secure. Fully sworn police officers patrol the main campus and several centers 24/7, and are committed to keeping students, faculty, staff, and visitors safe and secure.

Learn more about Your Police Department

Crime Statistics

Santa Fe College Police Department is committed to providing students, prospective students, faculty and staff with access to information about crime on, and adjacent to, the campus. The annual Clery Security Report will provide the public with this information. 

Learn more about Crime Statistics

Victim Services 

If you or someone you know is the victim of a crime, it is important that you contact agencies that can help you resolve the matter. We have a list of some off-campus agencies that may be able to assist you, such as the Alachua Co. Crisis Center and the State Attorney's office.

Learn more about Victim Services