The TCC Police Department's Victim Assistance Unit supports victims and their families by providing services designed to lessen trauma experienced as a direct result of victimization.
Our unit is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Confidential reporting
- On-scene response to crimes
- Education about crime victim's rights
- Information about and referrals to local community resources and social services
- Explanation of the criminal justice system
- Case status information and referral to a TCC Police Department detective
- Assistance with Crime Victims' Compensation
If You Are a Victim of Sexual Misconduct
We are committed to maintaining a respectful, professional, academic and working environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. This includes cultivating an environment free from unlawful sexual misconduct.
You can notify us confidentially: Anonymous Sexual Misconduct Notification Form.
Completing this form does not constitute a police report. You will not be contacted by the Tarrant County College District, its Police Department or its Victim’s Assistance Unit unless you indicate a desire to be contacted.
TCC Police Department's emergency number: 817-515-8911.
Please ask for the Victim Assistance Coordinator, and you will be put in contact with a Victim Assistance Officer.
In Case of Emergency
- Emergencies: Dial 911
- TCC Police: Dial 817-515-8911 (or 58911 from any on-campus telephone)
For the Fastest Response
For the fastest response to an emergency of any type, all efforts should be made to contact the TCC Police Department first. TCC officers are already on campuses, and they know the campuses well.
Dialing 911 from a cell phone on a campus will not connect you to the TCC Police Department but will connect you to the municipal public safety call center closest to your location.
Please report any errors or dead links to Shane Bunch (firstname.lastname@example.org), TCC Police webmaster
Updated April 22, 2015