District Police Department
District Police Officers are responsible for patrolling campus grounds, taking crime and incident reports, conducting investigations, enforcing all applicable laws, traffic regulations and providing a safe environment for our students, staff, faculty and guests.
REPORT suspicious persons that are seen wandering around on campus, in parking lots or looking into cars as they walk by. Please contact the District Police Department to report suspicious activity.
FOR ALL EMERGENCIES OR TO REPORT A CRIME IN PROCESS DIAL 9-1-1. If you have an emergency and are using a cellular phone dial 1-408-299-3233 -Santa Clara County Communications Dispatch Center (24 hours a day).
To report a non-emergency or a prior criminal incident the would require the assistance of a police officer contact the Santa Clara County Communications Dispatch Center by dialing 1-408-299-2311 (24 hours a day). Request a West Valley-Mission Community College District Police Officer to assist you.
The Police Business and Parking Services Offices are closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and all college district observed holidays. Our offices can assist you with non-emergency general police business, lost property, campus safety escorts, and parking information. District Police Officers are on-duty to assist you.
West Valley College Police Office
The police office handles all District Police Records, Lost Property and District Live Scan Services. The police office is located at E. College Circle at Campus Center Walk across from the PE Building.
14000 Fruitvale Avenue Saratoga, CA 95070
Monday – Friday 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Please call or e-mail email@example.com
If you have any questions in regards to Live Scan please call 1-408-741-2685 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission College Police Office
The police office is located at the Campus Center across from Tele-communications and the Library.
3000 Mission College Boulevard Mail Stop #8 Santa Clara, CA 95054
Monday – Thursday 10:30 A.M. – 8:30 P.M.
Saturday, Sunday, & Holidays Closed
(District Police Officers are still on duty).
Additional hours may be added when more staffing is available.
When additional staffing is available, additional office hours will be added weekday mornings between 8:30A.M. and 10:30A.M. or on Fridays between 8:30A.M. and 4:30P.M. As additional hours will be added on a day by day basis, if you wish to visit us during one of these times, please call 408-855-5435 to confirm that we are open.
We are dedicated to providing a safe and secure environment to work and learn.
Provide outstanding service and safety through education and campus partnerships.
Welcome to the West Valley-Mission Community College District Police website.
The West Valley–Mission District Police Department is a progressive and professional organization. The employees of the District Police Department are dedicated to the safety and well-being of the students, staff, faculty, and visitors on our campuses.
We work in partnership with our campus communities to promote a safe and secure learning environment to work and learn. We want to make the time you spend on our campuses as safe and secure as possible. Please feel free to approach any of our officers and civilian personnel with questions or concerns.
Ken Tanaka, Chief of Police
West Valley-Mission Community College District
About the Department
The West Valley-Mission College District Police Department is a P.O.S.T certified law enforcement agency. The West Valley-Mission Community College District Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency, employing police officers whose law enforcement authority is granted under Section 830.32 of the California Penal Code and Education Code, Section 72330. The West Valley-Mission College Police Department is not a branch of any other law enforcement agency. Police Officers are sworn peace officers and have full police powers same as local city police departments or county sheriff’s.
The department is responsible for a wide range of public safety services, including crime reports, traffic enforcement, traffic accidents, criminal investigations, and all other incidents requiring police assistance. We maintain Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with the Santa Clara County Office of the Sheriff and the City of Santa Clara Police Department outlining our Part-1 Crime Offenses, investigative responsibilities, and hours of operations.
The primary responsibility and jurisdiction of the West Valley-Mission College District Police Department is for the properties the West Valley-Mission Community College District owns, operates, and maintains. We provide law enforcement services 7 days a week from 6:30 am-2:00 am. During our non-hours of operation from 2:00 am through 6:30 am, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department handles calls for service at West Valley College and the City of Santa Clara Police Department handles calls for service at Mission College.