The MCCCD Department of Public Safety does not have a written Mutual Aid Agreement or Memorandum of Understanding with those agencies.
We are constantly seeking ways to improve the quality of our services and welcome your comments, suggestions, compliments and complaints.
Since many of our students also attend other Maricopa Community Colleges I refer you to the District Public Safety website at for links to their Annual Security Reports.
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MCCCD Police Officers are duly sworn peace officers under state law (A. S Title 13-3871), are certified by the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Board (AZPOST) and have full police officer authority anywhere within the State of Arizona.
They are authorized to carry firearms, conduct criminal investigations and arrest violators.
The MCCCD Department of Public Safety maintains an excellent working relationship with both the Mesa Police and Fire Departments.
The men and women of the Maricopa Community Colleges Department of Public Safety are dedicated individuals who are committed to making a difference and supporting the educational mission of Mesa Community College.
Mesa Community College is part of the Maricopa County Community College District.