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Thomas B. Lockamy,Jr. Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

Savannah-Chatham Co.
Public School System

208 Bull Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 395-5600


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Welcome to Campus Police!

Department Overview

Campus Police was established in 1985 with officers and support staff to provide for the safety and security of our schools. Our jurisdiction covers 360 square miles, 60 schools, several administrative buildings, approximately 35000 students and 4500 staff including teachers and personnel. The department is now currently a state-certified agency and is recognized as one of the Top Law Enforcement agencies in the State of Georgia. The achievement of state certification places Campus Police among the best of 180 agencies to meet the standards that exhibit the highest regard for community, professionalism and officer safety.

Our department is staffed with a Chief of Police, 1 Captain (Operations Officer/Asst. Chief), 3 Sergeants, 1 Corporal Investigator, 41 Officers, 5 Communications Officers, 1 Front Desk Receptionist, an Office Manager and 1 Office Clerk. All officers completes over 40 hours of training which is double the hours mandated by the state of Georgia. Campus Police is also equipped with a Patrol division, Student Resource Officers and 60 crossing guards which provide safety for students and staff at all school sites.   

Campus Police has a state-of-the-art Communication Center, which includes a Computer Aided Dispatch console, a digital ID camera, and a live scan fingerprint system. Campus Police Dispatch is also an entering agency for GCIC (police agency that can enter items, persons, vehicles, etc. into the Georgia Crime Information Center computer database). The Communication Center enables officers to monitor cameras in all schools from the central office. The state-of-art equipment makes Campus Police run efficiently, making safety for everyone a top priority. Our vision for the future is extensive. Our officers and staff are highly motivated to ensure the children of Chatham County are provided with the highest level of service deserving of our school system.

 

 

 

 

 
 

Chief Terry L. Enoch

Terry L. Enoch
Chief of Campus Police
208 Bull Street, Room 104
Savannah, Georgia 31401
Phone: (912) 395-5536
terry.enoch@sccpss.com

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  Ga. Emergency Management Agency/ Homeland Security
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  Chatham Emergency Management Agency
  Campus Crime Stoppers