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At Louisiana Delta Community College, we recognize that our faculty, staff, students, and the communities we serve are our most important assets. Therefore, the Campus Police Department dedicates itself to a professional and proactive approach to campus safety. We are committed to the mission, philosophy and vision of LDCC, and we will continually strive to provide fair and honest service and protection.

The mission of the Louisiana Delta Community College Campus Police is to provide a safe environment where all members of the college community may work, teach, study, and learn. This department stresses service, the protection of life and property, and the security of the campuses, while keeping in mind ethical standards, constitutional safeguards, and respect of all persons.

The Louisiana Delta Community College Police Department consists of four full-time POST Certified Police Offices. Area police departments and sheriffs’ offices provide any needed supplemental protection. To contact LDCC-Campus Police, call 9105 from any campus telephone or 318-345-9105 from a cell phone or off campus telephone. Emergencies can be reported by calling 9105 on the Ouachita Parish Campuses or by dialing 911 on all campuses.

If you need any assistance or have concerns on one of our LDCC campuses, please contact the police officer on duty for help. We are here for your safety.

Downey Black,
Chief of Campus Police

Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) by Parish

Process of Investigation and Adjudication of the Criminal Justice System

Louisiana Delta Community College has memoranda of understanding in place between local law enforcement agencies and the College to ensure a coordinated effort regarding Title IX and the criminal justice system/process.

The College's formal investigation process, which is coordinated by the LDCC Department of Student Success Services & Title IX Office and the Office of Human Resources, is an administrative process that determines whether, by a preponderance of the evidence, a member of the campus community (student, staff, or faculty) has violated Policy 112 (Power-Based Violence Policy) or 113 (Equal Opportunity, Harassment, and Nondiscrimination - Title IX Policy). The preponderance of the evidence standard means a policy violation is more likely than not to have occurred. If someone is found responsible for violating college policy, they may face administrative sanctions, including, but not limited to, a warning, probation, suspension, or expulsion. The information about sexual misconduct that is reported may also result in campus offices participating in education and training.

A criminal process, which may be coordinated by LDCC Police or local law enforcement, determines whether a crime has occurred. If someone wishes to seek criminal penalties for sexual misconduct that is also a crime or other forms of assistance from law enforcement, they can report it to the police. Criminal justice procedures use beyond a reasonable doubt as the standard of evidence, a higher standard of evidence than the standard used in the LDCC grievance process.

Both processes may be pursued simultaneously.


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