COVID-19 Update: Select EFSC services are available on campus, with prior appointments required in most cases and facial coverings and social distancing requirements in place. See the Updated Student Services Guide for details about on-campus access and continuing virtual services. EFSC has reopened its four campuses for the Fall Term with many classes online, limited in-person classes and safety measures in place to protect against COVID-19. View Reopening Plan updates & FAQ.

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Campus Security

EFSC's Campus Security Officers maintain a visible presence and patrol campus parking lots and buildings on a regular basis. All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to immediately report any suspected crimes, unusual or suspicious activities and emergencies to the Campus Security Office — plus review our safety tips page related to staying safe on and off campus, including active shooter events.

EFSC complies with the federal Jeanne Clery Act to provide all current and prospective students and employees with access to the College's Annual Security Report. In addition, the College has zero tolerance for Sexual Misconduct, and provides resources for victims and information about procedures for prompt and equitable resolution of complaints in accordance with the requirements of Title IX.

Students, faculty and staff who would like an escort to their vehicle after dark may contact the Security Office at each campus. EFSC Security Officers are trained in first aid and the use of Automated External Defibrillators (AED), which are carried at all times on Security Carts.

The Campus Security Office maintains a cooperative working relationship with local law enforcement and requests assistance when needed. Our multi-campus operation involves several legal jurisdictions, but students and employees should report all emergencies by dialing 911.

Campus Security Office Leadership

Main Campus Security Office

Chief Joe Ambrose
Collegewide Security/Emergency Manager
321-433-5947 (O)

Lieutenant Mark Renkens
Security & Title IX Compliance Coordinator

Cocoa Campus Security Office

Sgt. Robert Wilson, Cocoa Security
321-433-7559 (O)
Cocoa Security 24/7 Phone line

Melbourne Campus Security Office

Sgt. Rob Delaune, Melbourne Security
321-433-5445 (O)
Melbourne Security 24/7 Phone line

Palm Bay Campus Security Office

Sgt. Jerome Pate, Palm Bay Security
321-433-7105 (O)
Palm Bay Security 24/7 Phone line

Titusville Campus Security Office

Sgt. Ginger Davis, Titusville Security
321-433-5085 (O)
Titusville Security 24/7 Phone line

Contact a Security Officer

Cocoa Campus: 321-403-5907
Building 1, Front Lobby

Melbourne Campus: 321-403-5909
Building 1, Room 123

Palm Bay Campus: 321-403-5911
Building 1, Room 112

Titusville Campus: 321-403-4200
Building 1, Room 101A

Reporting Emergencies:
First call 911 and the dispatcher will initiate a response and contact campus security.

Security handing parking pass to student