Campus Security

Campus Security

Gateway Technical College is proud to have a team of dedicated security staff who strive every day to keep all members of the Red Hawk community safe, from our students to faculty to campus visitors. Campus security offers a wide range of services, including campus patrol, on-campus security escorts, incident reporting and response, lost and found, event support and emergency notifications.

In the event of a life-threatening emergency, dial 911 immediately. 

If you feel threatened on campus, wish to report suspicious activity, would like an escort between your transportation to campus and your classroom or have other security concerns, please call the security number for your campus: 

  • Elkhorn Campus: 262-741-8208
  • Kenosha Campus, Horizon Center: 262-564-2208
  • Racine Campus: 262-619-6208
  • SC Johnson iMET Center: 262-564-2007*
  • Burlington Center, HERO Center: 262-767-5208

*Please note that SC Johnson iMET Center calls are answered 12-8 p.m. Monday-Friday only.  Any other time, please contact Racine Campus Security.

File a report

Know of concerning behavior or incident you would like to report? File a report here

To report sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment and sexual assault, as well as any other form of discrimination, you can complete the report on this page or contact Josh Vollendorf, Director of Compliance, at, 262-564-3062 or on the Racine Campus, Lake Building, L101.

Emergency Notifications

Register to receive communications and alerts on campus closures or other emergency notices via text and email through the Rave Mobile Safety System. All faculty, staff and students are automatically enrolled in the free program but should register on AlertMe to confirm contact information and choose notification preferences. 

Parents, contractors and others not directly affiliated with the Gateway community can opt-in for emergency alerts by texting GTCALERTS to 77295 from their cell phone.

Code of Conduct for Visitors & Guests

Gateway's Code of Conduct promotes a safe work and learning environment for all who attend and participate in college-sponsored events or use our services. 

H-101 Visitor Code of Conduct

Annual Security Report (ASR)

The ASR provides accurate statistics and information that illustrate our collective commitment to safety and crime prevention. 

Annual Security Report

Free Speech Public Assembly

Gateway supports the right of public assembly and is committed to encouraging and respecting free expression. Our policy explains how we promote and protect free speech and expression.

H-171 Free Speech and Peaceful Assembly

Emergency Response

The safety of our employees, students and visitors is of utmost importance. Review our emergency response guide to know what to do in an emergency situation.

Emergency Response Guide

Drug-Free Campus and Workplace

Gateway is a drug- and tobacco-free campus and has policies and programs to support this environment. Our Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention program outlines our efforts. 

H-161 Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program (DAAPP)

Sex-Offender Disclosure

Any person required to register as a sex offender pursuant to Wisconsin or any other state law must provide notice of his or her sex offender registration to Gateway upon enrollment or conviction.

The Office for Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights will assist sex offenders with meeting their probation or parole restrictions and help ensure a safe campus.

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Notice of Rights and Options

Victims of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking have rights and options. In addition, all crime victims have rights under Wisconsin law.