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Facilities

Our mission is to provide a safe and secure campus environment for our campus community and it’s visitors and to protect the facilities, property, and assets of the Copper Mountain Community College District.

The Security Department has the primary authority for providing safety services including roving patrol, observe and check District facilities, parking lots and adjacent areas and provide a safe and secure environment for students, staff, visitors and property; as well as enforce applicable laws and ordinances.

Security Officers are trained to minimum standards required by the Education Code 38001.5 & 72330.5 and the California Business & Professions Code 7583.45.  They are also CPR and AED certified.

The Security department employs an agreement with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department for active Law Enforcement response and information sharing, providing coordinated police and security services.

Core Values

  • To foster dignity and respect
  • To encourage voluntary compliance
  • To impartially enforce the law, rules & regulations
  • To respect individual rights
  • To protect the campus community through pro-active measures

OUR VISION: A MOST EXCELLENT ENVIRONMENT

We have over 62,000 square feet of buildings and 122 acres of grounds that we maintain in order to provide you with a safe and healthy learning environment. We have nine permanent staff.  Occasionally we offset our personnel with a student worker or a temporary hire, a process that enhances our mission and provides a learned skill to a student.
District Master Plan

OUR LEVEL OF SERVICE

It is our desire to provide you the student, you the faculty, and you the workforce with a most excellent learning, teaching and working environment.  Your health and safety is our mission and your success is our goal. Our desire each and every day we come to work is to give you a level of service that is second to none.  Everyday is an opportunity to succeed and every day is a chance to say “well done!”

Maintenance and Operations responsibilities include:

  • Facility Maintenance
  • Facility Use Support
  • Hazardous Waste Disposal
  • Warehouse Operations
  • Shipping, Receiving & Delivery
  • Custodial Services
  • Grounds Keeping & Landscaping
  • Security Services
  • Safety & Health Planning & Training
  • Emergency Planning & Training

Facilities/Maintenance & Operations Staff

Jerry Phipps
Director of Facilities and Operations
760-366-3791 ext. 5295

Darla Holguin
Administrative Assistant I

Chris Laubenstein
Maintenance Worker

Thomas Wilkinson
Part-time Maintenance Worker

Scott Keane
Warehouse / Operations Worker

Cecelia Evans
Custodian

Dewone Damper
Custodian

Curtis Clark
Custodian

Jose Ruiz
Security Officer

Steven J Shewmake
Security Officer – (Part-Time)

Thomas R Connors
Security Officer – (Part-Time)

Jeffrey DeMorrow
Groundskeeper