Campus Police
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Division of Campus Police


The Board of Education Police Department (BOEPD) was established in 1985 to provide safety and security for the district’s schools, students and employees. Our jurisdiction covers over 360 square miles, 62 schools and administrative buildings, approximately 38,000 students and 5,600 employees. The department is a state-certified agency and is recognized as one of the top law enforcement agencies in the State of Georgia. The attainment of state certification places the BOE Police Department among the best 180 agencies to meet the law enforcement standards that exhibits the highest regard for community, professionalism and officer safety.

Organizational Structure: The three major divisions of the Board of Education Police Department are: 

  1. Field Operations - School Resource Officers, Patrol Officers, Building Security (208 Bull Street and Whitney Complex), K-9 and Safe Schools, School Crossing Guards, Crime Prevention, Special Events

  2. Special Services - Criminal Investigations , Professional Standards (Internal Affairs, Training and Recruiting), State Certification, Information and Crime Analysis, Police Budget and Payroll, Drug Enforcement Officer, Savannah-Chatham Counter Narcotics Team (CNT) Officer 

  3. Administrative Support - Emergency Communications Center, Police Budget and Payroll, Work Flows /After School Events, Police Records Unit, Quartermaster and Inventory, Personnel Records, NCIC/GCIC Criminal History & Fingerprints

Frequently Asked Questions

Terri Enoch

Terry L. Enoch

Chief of Campus Police 
101 Priscilla Thomas Way
Savannah, GA 31408
(912) 395-1512
terry.enoch@sccpss.com

Portrait of Ann Levett

M. Ann Levett, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
208 Bull Street
Savannah, GA 31401
superintendent@sccpss.com

Central Administration
   (912) 395-5600
   Frequently Called Numbers 

2018-19 Acad. Calendar (PDF)

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