ECTC employs a team of full-time security officers to provide a safe and secure college community environment. Our security officers patrol the campus grounds and offer assistance to our students, faculty, and staff whenever needed. If you need assistance you can contact a security representative by calling (270) 268-0610, or if you have an immediate emergency, please call 911.
The ECTC Campus Safety and Crisis Manual was developed in a joint effort between the college Safety Committee and the various members of the local Emergency Management Team. This manual provides the campus community with specific guidelines and procedures for the handling of local emergency, crisis, or disaster situations.
The Campus Security Act of 1990 requires the publication and distribution of our annual Campus Crime Report to our current students and employees. As you will see, our statistics show that we have a very safe and secure campus environment.
The ECTC Campus Incident Log was implemented as a result of legislation set forth in the Michael Minger Act of 2000. This log allows for anyone in our college community to view a current listing of any qualifying events that have taken place on our campus.
In compliance with the federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act of 2000, KCTCS, through the Kentucky State Police, makes information available to the campus community concerning registered sex offenders who may be employees or students at your college.
The Kentucky State Police provides sex crime offender registration information to the public through the Sex Offender Registry website. In addition, names supplied to the college by the Kentucky State Police may be obtained by contacting Dr. Dale Buckles, Dean of Student Affairs, at (270) 706-8431.
Search the KSP Sex Offender Registry Website
According to the Kentucky State Police, this website is for public safety and awareness. Pursuant to KRS 525.070 and 525.080, use of information from this website to harass a sex offender is a criminal offense punishable by up to 90 days in the county jail. More severe penalties apply for more severe crimes committed against a sex offender.