On June 8, Piedmont Community College’s (PCC) Campus Security was notified of a man in an office space on the Person County Campus who exposed himself to a staff member. The Campus Security Director removed the individual from the area and permanently trespassed him from all campus locations. For personal reasons, the employee who witnessed the obscene incident has chosen not to file charges.
The man returned to the Person County Campus on June 10 and was charged with trespassing using campus security footage. According to PCC Campus Security Director, Adam Irby, because the individual’s presence on campus violated the trespass order, a warrant for his arrest has been issued and is outstanding.
There are no additional updates on the status of the warrant execution as of 4 p.m. on June 14, 2021.
All members of the PCC community are reminded to be aware of their surroundings on campus and report all suspicious behaviors or circumstances to Campus Safety immediately. Students are encouraged to sign-up for PCC’s emergency and inclement weather Alert System for text and phone alerts. Click here for details.
This community alert, also known as a timely warning, is issued in accordance with the Clery Act. The federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), 20 USC § 1092(f) , requires colleges and universities, both public and private, participating in federal student aid programs to disclose campus safety information, and imposes certain basic requirements for handling incidents of sexual violence and emergency situations. Disclosures about crime statistics and summaries of security policies are made once a year in an Annual Security Report (ASR), and information about specific crimes and emergencies is made publicly available on an ongoing basis throughout the year.Click here for PCC’s annual security reports.