- Violence Against Women Act-Title IX Brochure
- Program Review Self Study (March 2014)
- Emergency Preparedness Plan (2009)
- Emergency Preparedness Training (2011)
- Campus Evacuation Routes
- Disaster Resistant California Community College (2007)
- Preparing Home and Office for Disaster (FEMA and American Red Cross)
- Advocate Incident Reporting (Faculty and Staff use only)
Not Anymore is an interactive online program designed for community college students to prevent sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking. (Access Code 14672)
It is the policy of the Monterey Peninsula Community College District Governing Board of Trustees to protect the members of the total college community and to protect the property of the District. The Campus Security Department shall insure that reasonable protection is provided by using methods that fit within, and contribute to, the educational philosophy and procedures of the institution.
The District works cooperatively with the Monterey Police Department at the Monterey campus, the Marina Police Department at the MPC Education Center at Marina, and the Seaside Police Department at the Public Safety Training Center in providing assistance for incidents that require resources not available to the College. The police department
investigates all felonies, including those covered by the California Vehicle Code. All felony crimes that take place on campus are immediately reported to the police department.
Viewing Megan's Law
Megan's Law (AB 488) signed by the Governor on September 24, 2004 has directed the Office of the Attorney General to provide the public with Internet access to detailed Megan's Law information on the the identities and whereabouts of approximately 63,000 registered offenders residing in California. This information can now be accessed at http://MegansLaw.ca.gov.
California's Megan's Law provides the public with certain information on the the whereabouts of sex offenders so that members of our local communities can protect themselves and their children. The law is not intended to punish the offender and specifically prohibits using the information to harass or commit any crime against the offender.