Campus Police Department
Georgia Northwestern Technical College is committed to the safety of our students, faculty, staff, and guests on all campuses. We will work hard every day to provide and maintain a safe and friendly environment for students and employees to work and learn.
At GNTC, we adhere to all federal and state laws and regulations regarding safety and security. We do this by involving everyone in anticipating risks, reporting problems, developing policies, and staying alert to suspicious activity.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College Police Department is streamlining its efforts to respond to safety needs and requests with a new centralized dispatch call center. Please report any crimes or incidents through our emergency dispatch number at 706-295-6900. This number is answered during normal operating hours for all campus locations. For emergencies, dial 911. Each campus is served by a county 911 emergency service.
Our Chief of Police works with staff at all six campuses to coordinate our daily efforts. Each campus has an administrator on duty during class periods for both day and evening programs. GNTC’s Facilities and Maintenance personnel are always ready to assist students, staff, and guests.
- 2021 Clery Report
Previous Reports 2020, 2019, 2018
- GNTC Alert
- Severe Weather Policy
- Drug And Alcohol Abuse Prevention Information
- Tobacco-Free at GNTC
- Campus Carry Bill
- Human Trafficking Hotline Information
- Incident Report Form
Campus Police Chief
Campus Police Office Phone Numbers:
GNTC Police Dispatch Call Center- 706-295-6900 (Call this number for Police assistance)
- Aviation Training Center - 706-291-3342
- Catoosa County Campus - 706-965-1143
- Floyd County Campus - 706-295-6552
- Gordon County Campus - 706-378-1723
- Polk County Campus - 706-378-1799
- Walker County Campus - 706-764-3678
- Whitfield Murray Campus - 706-272-2970
Lost and Found
To identify Lost and Found property, please contact the officer on duty at your respective campus. Property not claimed within a timely fashion is subject to being disposed of as allowed by current Georgia law (OCGA 17-5-54).