Reporting a Crime or Emergency
From a cell phone: (309) 694-5111 From an ICC campus landline: 5111
Call or text from your ICC RAVE Guardian App
At ICC, Campus Police are the closest emergency responders and the 911 liaison with other agencies. The Campus Police Department strongly encourages all staff, students, and visitors of ICC to report all crimes and to encourage victims or witnesses of crime to voluntarily report the information to Campus Police. At the request of the reporting victim or witness, Campus Police will make every effort to maintain their confidentiality with respect to the law and College policies.
If you discover a crime scene, do not touch anything. If you witness a crime in progress, do not approach or attempt to apprehend the persons involved. Take only actions necessary for self-defense. In both situations, get to a safe place and call Campus Police immediately. Stay on the line with the dispatcher and if in a position of safety, remain where you are until help arrives.
Provide as much information as you can, including:
- Type of crime or criminal behavior
- Description of persons (height, weight, gender, hair, clothing, etc.) and any weapons involved
- Direction of suspect(s) travel away from the scene
- Vehicle description (color, make, model, license plate number)
Mobile Safety App
To quickly connect to Campus Police, download the ICC RAVE Guardian App app from the App Store or Google Play. It provides a direct connection to the ICC Campus Police Department emergency phone line. Guardian also gives users the ability to text with Campus Police. Crimes tips or other information can be submitted (anonymously, if desired) and photos can be attached to the text.
Emergency Call Box Locations
Located outdoors and marked with a blue light, these call boxes provide a direct link to the Campus Police emergency line and officers will respond to the activation of these emergency boxes.
East Peoria Campus: Near the bridge approach between Lots A and B, by Lot C, E, G, CC, next to the sidewalk near College Circle, and in parking lots at Campus Housing
Peoria Campus: Lots 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7
Call boxes/phones are also located in all elevators and at main exterior door locations on all three campuses. Wall phones are available on all campuses and are generally located in public access areas and hallways.
An online reporting form for incidents of sexual violence, dating or domestic violence, or stalking is available.
A student reporting form is also available for members of the ICC community to report any incident or concern to the Dean of Students Office.
A person has the option to report anonymously using these forms.
Additional ICC Campus Resources
Dean of Students, Career Center 211: (309) 694-8501
Counseling Center, Career Center 200: (309) 694-5281
Access Services: (309) 694-5749
Sexual Assault Response Team: (309) 694-5573
Title IX Coordinator: (309) 690-5515
Human Resources: (309) 694-5720
Information Desk: (309) 694-5422
Facilities Services: (309) 694-5120 (electrical outage, heating or air-conditioning, water leaks, ventilation problems)
Technology Help Desk, L122: (309) 694-5457 (telephone or computer issues, technical problems with door locks and ID badges)
Other Local Agencies
East Peoria Police: (309) 698-4700
Peoria Police: (309) 673-4521
Pekin Police: (309) 346-3132
Center for Prevention of Abuse: (800) 559-SAFE
Trapped in an Elevator
Do not try to exit the elevator car through the roof or by forcing the doors. To summon help, use the elevator’s emergency phone, call Campus Police at (309) 694-5111 from a cellular phone, turn on the emergency alarm, or bang on the doors and shout for assistance. Wait for trained personnel to assist you from the elevator.
If a wild animal (such as a bat or raccoon) is inside a building, try to safely isolate it in a room by closing doors behind you and keeping people away. Only trained animal technicians should handle animals. Animals wandering loose on campus should be immediately reported to Campus Police at (309) 694-5111.
Avoid touching equipment that is smoking, sparking, or giving off electrical shocks.
Never enter areas where there is submerged electrical equipment. Vacate the area immediately. Cease using all electrical equipment and call Campus Police at (309) 694-5111 when in a position of safety.