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Emergency Operations Center

Emergency Operations CenterTCC's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is a support and coordination center. In the event of an emergency or disaster, the EOC's primary purpose is to support the incident commander at the incident location.

Day-to-day operations at the EOC consist of functions and services to help prepare and protect the TCC community in case of an emergency and are provided by the:

We play important roles in:

  • Preparing for, responding to and managing the recovery from emergency situations that affect our District
  • Contributing to Districtwide emergency preparedness
  • Maintaining the safety of our TCC community
  • Identifying and mitigating hazards
  • Preserving our facilities and equipment

Contact

EOC Office Suites
817-515-1600

Emergency Management & Business Continuity

Emergency Management is the organization and management of the resources and responsibilities for dealing with all aspects of emergencies (preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery), and Business Continuity is the advance planning and preparation undertaken to ensure that an organization will have the capability to operate its critical business functions during emergency events. The aim is to reduce harmful effects of potential hazards.

Contact

Peggy Morales, MA, MCP
Manager of Emergency Management
817-515-1298
peggy.morales@tccd.edu

Kirk Driver, CEM, TEM, MPA
Director of Emergency Management
817-515-1290
william.driver@tccd.edu

Risk Management

The Department of Finance's Office of Risk Management administers the property and liability insurance program for all campuses of TCC.

We are responsible for obtaining and maintaining adequate insurance coverage for the College's diverse risks and for advising faculty, staff and student organizations of appropriate risk mitigation techniques.

Our specific responsibilities include:

  • District-wide property and casualty insurance
  • Vendor/supplier insurance qualifications
  • Indemnification and contract review
  • Fleet safety programs

Contact

Sharon Smalley
Risk Specialist
817-515-1955
sharon.smalley@tccd.edu

Suzanne Robinson
Risk Manager
817-515-1829
d.robinson@tccd.edu

Police Compliance

The Division of Police Compliance is responsible for overseeing the gathering of statistical data for various mandated reports, housing of official police report records and ensuring the accuracy of reporting data, including:

  • Clery Act Compliance and statistical reporting
  • Racial profiling compliance and statistical reporting
  • Police Records Department
  • Police records management system database administrators

Additional duties include acting as a liaison between Emergency Management and Police Communications.

Contact

David Herndon
Administrative Captain
817-515-1480
david.herndon@tccd.edu

Melanie Gonzalez
Police Compliance Program Specialist
817-515-1996
melanie.gonzalez@tccd.edu

Updated January 04, 2022