Police Services

Parking Permit Process for Fall 2022:

Parking for the Fall semester 2022 will require a physical semester permit or daily permit. Semester permits must be displayed in plain view with all numbers and markings clearly visible.

For the Fall 2022 semester, the CCCCD will provide free parking permits to students and visitors. Both semester and daily permits can be obtained through Insite or MyCampusPermit.com.

Failure to obtain a valid parking permit will result in a citation. For help with your permit, call 1-800-700-4417 or visit MyCampusPermit.com.

Students, staff and faculty will need to provide their vehicle License Plate Number, Make, Model, and Color of the vehicle. If you will be driving a different vehicle during the FALL TERM, you will need to update your vehicle information HERE or call 1-800-700-4417 BEFORE parking on campus.

Contra Costa Community College District Police Department serves over 51,000 students and over 3, 600 employees at the District Office in Martinez, Contra Costa College in San Pablo, Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Los Medanos College in Pittsburg, and two satellite centers - Brentwood Center and San Ramon Center. The District is one of the largest community college districts in California.

The Contra Costa Community College District Police Department is committed to providing service at the highest levels of professional law enforcement. This Police Department is accredited by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). Our officers train in a manner consistent with these standards and are compliant with the requirements established by POST.

The Contra Costa Community College District Police Department is committed to continuous improvement in service and effectiveness. As part of the Department's commitment to our community, the Department's Policies and Procedures are available on this website. These policies are frequently reviewed, edited, revised, and updated.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to professionally create and maintain a safe and secure learning environment to enhance the educational process and college experience. We will meet these goals through our continued dedication to community outreach and education, vigilant patrol, thorough investigation practices, vigorous and fair law enforcement, victim and community assistance, professional partnerships and to serve with pride in our communities.

This website has been designed with you in mind to provide you with greater access to our department resources and services. We welcome your feedback so please contact us and let us know how we can better serve you.