The Dallas County Community College Police Department, at Mountain View College, provides 24 hour service to the campus community year round. Officers provide a full range of public safety services including criminal investigations, campus patrols, courtesy escort upon request, medical and fire emergency response, enforcement of all applicable state/federal laws as well as DCCCD rules and regulations. Additional information about the Police Department and the services offered can be found at the department's Web page:
The DCCCD Police emergency phone number is
972-860-4290. The college police carry two-way radios and respond to emergency calls 24 hours a day year round.
Accidents, injuries, or serious illnesses. College police are CPR/AED certified and trained to evaluate and summon appropriate outside assistance if necessary. College police will contact the medical assistance if necessary.
Any emergency calls from an individual attempting to contact a student or staff member should be made to the College Police Department at 972-860-4290. Any individual coming on campus to locate a student for an emergency should contact the College Police in W135 (West Building).
During a fire drill or evacuation, follow instructor's directions since he/she is responsible for evacuation of the class. The primary objective is to have a successful and injury-free evacuation.
Meet at the elevator. A designated team will meet students near the elevator in order to facilitate lifting and transporting the students down the stairs to safety.
Proceed to the nearest handicapped exit. The exit between the W Building and H Building is equipped with push-button activated automatic doors. In the event that this door is involved with the disaster or fire, students will proceed to the West entrances located across from the learning center or near room W181. Both entrances have wheelchair-accessible ramps.
Exit the East main doors. If the doors are blocked or involved in the disaster, the students will exit just past the Facilities area (near room E60). This exit involves steps and a designated team will meet wheelchair students at this exit to carry them and their wheelchairs to safety.