Jacksonville State University Police Department

  • Agency: Jacksonville State University Police Department
  • Address: 700 Pelham Road North, Jacksonville, 36265 AL
  • Chief: Terry Schneider (Director of Public Safety)
Phone: 256-782-5050

Jacksonville State University Police Department is located at 700 Pelham Road North, Jacksonville, 36265 AL. The Director of Public Safety of the department is Terry Schneider. The Jacksonville State University Police Department phone number is 256-782-5050.

Jacksonville State University Police Department News

The rain couldn't stop us from showing off some of the beautiful 🌸 on campus. Happy #EarthDay, Gamecocks! 📷: Grace Cockrel

Happy #FriYAY! Today, we want to take time to thank all of the volunteers who have helped us #rebuildJSU so far. 😊😊😊

We ❤️ seeing our faculty take advantage of the beautiful weather by holding classes outside. Art professor, Dr. Mary Springer, held her 19th Century Art History course on the quad to discuss French Impressionism. Where was your favorite place to study with your classmates on campus? Comment ⬇️ and let us know!

Jacksonville + this weather= 😍😍😍😍

Weather Update

The ACT Exam originally scheduled to take place in Merrill Hall on Saturday, April 14, has been moved to Jacksonville High School. Need to take the ACT this summer? Register for the June 9th testing date online at www.act.org. Registration will also open soon for the July exam. Both summer tests will be held off-campus at JHS. Good luck future Gamecocks!

We ❤️ student give-aways! Make sure you participate for a chance to win a free ticket to the upcoming Women of Philanthropy event!

Today is the last day to make your academic decision! Remember you need to discuss them with your professors before making a decision. Together, the student in consultation with the professor can make the best decision. If you encounter issues, contact your Dean and/or the Provost. Following these discussions, it is imperative you talk about your choices with Financial Aid at 256-782-5006 or finaid@jsu.edu.

Happy #NationalPetDay from the "Friendliest Campus in the South." Share a picture of your pet/s with us in the comments section ⬇️. ❤️ 📷: Matt Reynolds/JSU

American icon and Alabama native Lilly Ledbetter will be honored at The Club in Birmingham on April 25, 10 a.m., as part of the Women in Philanthropy Brunch presented by Jacksonville State. The event was originally scheduled for Dec. 8 but was cancelled due to a snowstorm. The public is invited to attend the event, where Ledbetter will give a keynote address and be presented an Excellence Award. For more information click the link below! 😊❤️

Today we celebrated Phase I of the Fitness and Wellness Center being complete with a Topping Off Ceremony. Raise your hand if you're excited for the Fitness Center to open in January 2019! 🤚🏽🤚🏿🤚🏻🤚🏼 📷: Matt Reynolds/JSU

We are so happy we got to ”ring” the school year back in today. We hope everyone had a great time at the Welcome Back Event and enjoyed some free Chick-Fil-A. #JSUStrong #GamecockStrong 📷: Matt Reynolds/JSU

Welcome Back Event! 😊 #JSUStrong

A look at the EF-3 tornado that hit Jacksonville State University on March 19, 2018, from the surveillance cameras on campus. We are so proud of how far we’ve come in 3 short weeks. We can't wait for classes to kick off tomorrow. #JSUStrong #GamecockStrong

While many are still reeling from the devastation left by the March 19 tornado, stories of hope are emerging. One such story comes from JSU Scholarship Coordinator Mark du Pont, who remains positive even when recalling the experience that left him displaced from his home. Read the full story in the link ⬇️ #FightOnFriday #JSUStrong 📷: Matt Reynolds/JSU

Happy #FriYAY everyone. Today is the second day of our One-Stop-Shop, and if you're interested in learning more about what the event has to offer, check out the video on the link below. We can't wait to see YOU over the next two days in the Theron Montgomery Building. #JSUStrong

We are glad to be reopening our doors today, after more than 2 weeks of tornado recovery efforts. Halls will reopen for returning residents at 9:00 a.m. and former off-campus residents may check in to new on-campus assignments beginning at 9:00 a.m. as well. Once you're settled in, be sure to stop by the TMB Auditorium for the One Stop Shop. The hours are 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. for juniors, seniors, and graduate students, and 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. for freshmen and sophomores. Visit jsu.edu/jsustrong for additional resources. #JSUStrong #LiveCocky

The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Calhoun County until 01:15 AM for high winds. The basement of Salls Hall is available to those in need of emergency shelter until the storm passes.

🚨Update from Dr. King🚨 Students, It is still hard to fathom what took place at JSU and in Jacksonville over two weeks ago. The damage is severe but our will to recover is strong. As I stated in earlier messages, there is a small army of JSU personnel working around the clock to bring you back to campus and ensure your needs are met. I also mentioned previously that recovery from a traumatic event elicits peaks and valleys for all of us. We may believe we have everything under control one day and then the next day discover a hornet’s nest hidden behind the door. I say this because, once you return, there may be things you encounter that are not perfect. You may have experienced this already. Please know we are doing our best to respond to you individually, and we are finding out that a "one size fits all" approach does not necessarily work when recovering from disaster. Below are the updates I can provide today: Housing Students who reside in on-campus housing will return April 5. Please note we are still taking applications for housing from off-campus residents displaced by the storm. If interested, fill out the application on the JSU Strong website at www.jsu.edu/jsustrong. Academics I am still receiving many questions about the academic options outlined for students in a message last week (available on the JSU Strong website). The options still apply; however, you need to discuss them with your professors before making a decision. Together, the student in consultation with the professor can make the best decision. If you encounter issues, contact your Dean and/or the Provost. Remember, you have until April 12 to make a determination. Following these discussions, it is imperative you talk about your choices with Financial Aid at 256-782-5006 or finaid@jsu.edu. One Stop Shop Given the demand and needs faced by JSU students, the One Stop Shop will be open for business on April 5, 6 and 7 at the TMB Auditorium to assist you with lingering questions about this semester and help you prepare for Summer and Fall 2018. If you have the capability, prepare a trial Summer and Fall 2018 schedule to discuss with your advisor. April 5 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students) 1-3 p.m. (Freshmen and Sophomores) April 6 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students) 1-4 p.m. (Freshmen and Sophomores) April 7 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students) 1-4 p.m. (Freshmen and Sophomores) The following Schools and Departments have confirmed their participation in the One Stop Shop: School of Business & Industry School of Human Services & Social Sciences School of Health Professions & Wellness School of Science School of Education School of Arts & Humanities Graduate Studies Academic Enhancement and Tutoring Services Registrar International House & Programs Learning Services Student Accounts Financial Aid Housing & Residence Life JSU Bookstore ID Office Athletics Veteran Services Counseling Services Disability Support Services University Police Department Commencement Furthermore, recovery services from the Red Cross, Interfaith Ministries, the United Way and legal representation will be available for students while the One Stop Shop is in operation. Additional Resources for Students The community of Jacksonville is committed to JSU students, and several benefactors have stepped forth to offer assistance. Eagle Point Church (located behind Wal-Mart) has an internet cafe available for students from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. this week. If you do not have access to a computer or the internet, feel free to stop by Eagle Point Church. The Hampton Inn in Jacksonville has clothing available for students. If you are in need of clothes, stop by Hampton Inn. Billy Graham Ministries will have a disaster recovery mobile unit on campus beginning Wednesday, April 4, through Saturday, April 7. They will be located in the RV lot next to Meehan Hall. There are many others in the community offering assistance to students that I see on social media and in the news. Check your social media outlets for more details. Parting Comments Tomorrow, I hope to report on a couple of other items related to the One Stop Shop. I want to make sure all the details are in order prior to making any announcements. In the meantime, take a deep breath and repeat - several times. We will get through this and, as my grandmother told me many years ago after I complained about not getting the game Mouse Trap for my birthday, "There are kids who have more than you, but there are more kids who have a lot less than you. Don't forget them." Stay JSU Strong. #jsustrong, #gamecockstrong Timothy B. King, Ph.D. Vice President for Student Affairs Jacksonville State University 256.782.5020 tbking@jsu.edu

A line of potentially strong thunderstorms will move through Calhoun County late tonight, between midnight tonight and 3 AM Wednesday morning. Calhoun County has just been added to the standard 'slight risk' for severe weather. The highest risk area is well to our West, but a threat remains for Calhoun County and east-central Alabama. We ask that everyone, please keep an eye on the weather overnight tonight. The NWS is expecting these storms to weaken as they move eastward across the state, but there is still a threat of severe weather with some of these storms. After the storms move through late tonight, the risk of severe weather will end. For updates, please monitor local media and the NWS webpage at http://www.weather.gov/bmx/, and sign up for JSU Emergency Alerts and Nixle.

Barnes & Noble and our bookstore have established a fund raiser site. 100% of the profits from this site will be donated to our students, faculty, and staff for our recovery. The fund raising site is below. 😊

President Beehler and the First Lady with a group of University of Alabama student volunteers today at Kitty Stone! We are so thankful for all of the volunteers who have been helping us rebuild Jacksonville. #JSUStrong #FeartheBeak ❤️

Heavy equipment needed today.

An update for all of our Future Gamecocks🐔

Do you have Housing Questions? Call 256-782-5122 between 1-3 today! 😊