Campus Safety, Security, and Emergency Management

Community College of Aurora strives to provide a safe and healthy environment that enhances the learning process. Each student and employee should be able to attend classes, work on campus, and/or participate in activities with a feeling that they are in an environment that is safe and secure. Read the Staying Safe on Campus Brochure.

Your safety is our priority if this is an Emergency please dial: 911

Important Contacts/ Resources

CentreTech Campus Contact Information

16000 E. CentreTech Pkwy,
Aurora, CO 80011

Campus Security: 303-360-4727
Fax: 303-340-7080
Facilities: 303-360-4754

Lowry Campus Contact Information

700 Boston Street, Bldg 999,
Denver, CO 80230

Campus Security: 303-419-5557
Campus Security Supervisor: 720-858-2733
Facilities: 303-595-1537

Denver Metro-Area Response System: 911 or 303-892-9111

Report an Incident or Concern

This form can be used for self-referral, or for the purpose of reporting a concern or incident about the behavior of others.

Safety Operational Plans & Protocols

CCA’s Emergency Operations Plan

The Community College of Aurora Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) has been designed as a contingency plan for CCA personnel in order to plan for campus emergencies. While this guide does not cover every conceivable situation, it does supply the basic administrative guidelines necessary to cope with most campus emergencies. Read the entire Emergency Operations Plan.

Standard Response Protocol

The Community College of Aurora practices the Standard Response Protocol (SRP). The SRP is divided into four different methods of response that will cover any given emergency that occurs on campus. For additional information on the SRP, please watch the Standard Response Protocol Video.

The CARE Team’s

The CARE Team’s purpose is to provide a cross-functional, multidisciplinary point of contact for members of the college community who have encountered student behavior which is causing concern. The team will act promptly to follow-up with the individual initiating the report, determine if there have been any additional warning signs or reasons for concern (such as student code of conduct violations or classroom incidents), and meet with the student to develop a plan. Our intent is to be caring and preventive.