Welcome to Bellevue College Department of  Public Safety.

We are dedicated to providing you with the most up to date information you need to keep you and our community safe on campus.

If you are in immediate danger or are experiencing or witnessing an emergency please:


If you would like to speak to, or need assistance from, a Bellevue College Public Safety Officer Please Call:


For general questions, comments or concerns:

Email the Public Safety Office PublicSafety@bellevuecollege.edu

Please read our page on school shut down procedures in the event of Inclement Weather.


Blue Cartoon MegaphonePublic Safety News, Updates and Resources
Keep up to date with the latest Public Safety News and Information
Cartoon Burglar with Grey Hat and Coat and Black SunglassesReport Suspicious Activity  Have you witnessed something out of the ordinary? If you are concerned about something you’ve seen or heard, let us know.
Green Bellevue College Parking Pass with Green CheckmarkParking Information
Pay a Citation, purchase a pass, find out where to park- Get all your parking questions answered.
Red Car in a Parking SpotLock outs and Jump Starts
If you are locked out of your car, you have a dead battery and need assistance please call us. We can help.
Purse and Cellphone on a Grey BenchLost and Found
Have you found something that doesn’t seem to have an owner? Have you lost something and need to get it back? Here’s what you need to do.
Bellevue College Bulldog MascotVehicle and Officer Escorts
Safety escorts are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including weekends and holidays.



Safety Tips

  • Report safety hazards, unsafe lighting, and defective equipment to Public Safety.
  • Park in an area that will be well-lit after dark. Call 425-466-9365 for a safety escort to walk you to your car, residence hall (Coming soon!) or campus building at night.
  • Leave nothing visible in your car, even if it is of no value.
  • Do NOT leave wallets, purses, backpacks and other valuables unattended on campus, even inside your office.
  • Keep your doors locked at home and in your car.
  • At home, develop a relationship with neighbors that will encourage regularly checking on one another.
  • Be aware of your surroundings. Know where you are. Know where you are going and what to expect.
  • Trust your instinct – if you feel uncomfortable in a situation or place, LEAVE!
  • Avoid walking alone and let people know where you are going.
  • Plan your walking trips in advance and choose a safe, well-lit, and populated route.
  • Remember that most crimes occur in response to opportunities.
Public Safety AdministrativeDirector Ross Villegas ross.villegas@bellevuecollege.edu 425-564-5710
Public Safety AdministrativeAdministrative Assistant Tahn Hatahn.ha@bellevuecollege.edu425-564-3310
ParkingNataliya Perelomovanataliya.perelomova@bellevuecollege.edu425-564-2516
Emergency Operations Coordinator Jared Woods
Note: If you need to contact the Department of Public Safety after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends, a direct line to an officer can be obtained from the yellow telephone box outside of Building D or by dialing 425-466-9365. If you use the yellow telephone box, press the red button and the call will be automatically connected to an officer in the field.

Campus Hours

Closed: 10:00 PM – 06:00 AM Mon-Sun, and Holidays

D171 Office Hours

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Except for Holidays and Closures)