|Students per Faculty||18 to 1|
|Undergraduate classes with fewer than 30 students||61%|
|Undergraduate classes with fewer than 50 students||83%|
|Total Full-Time Instructional Faculty||1,199|
|% of Full-Time Instructional Faculty Who Are Female||49%|
|% of Full-Time Instructional Faculty Who Are Persons of Color||16%|
|% of Full-Time Instructional Faculty Who Have the Highest Academic Degree Offered in Their Field of Study||81%|
The East Carolina University Police Department, located in the Blount House, is a professional police department providing the same level of service offered by a municipal police department, as well as other services unique to an academic institution. The department is responsible for the well being of everyone at the University 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. The average daily population served is approximately 40,000 including students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The department works closely with administrators, students, faculty, and staff to create and maintain a secure atmosphere. Its statutory arrest jurisdiction includes all University property as well as streets and sidewalks adjacent to the property. In addition, it participates in a mutual aid agreement with other local departments, including the City of Greenville, which gives University Officers jurisdiction in much of the city-area surrounding the University. University Officers are also assigned to local multi-jurisdiction task forces.
The ECU Police Department consists of approximately 60 full-time sworn police officers and 10 sworn reserve officers that are certified by the State of North Carolina; 20 non-sworn departmental personnel, and 28 part-time student patrol officers. ECU Police Officers patrol university grounds on foot, in patrols cars, and on bicycles.
The University, as with any other public or private entity, cannot assure or guarantee a crime-free living or working environment. Accordingly, it is the responsibility of members of the University Community to act in a security-conscious manner and to avoid actions which jeopardize their security as well as the security of others. Members of the faculty, staff, and student body should report all crimes, hazards, emergencies, or dangerous situations to the ECU Police Department immediately.
Crisis Intervention Team
Currently, the ECU Police Department has certified CIT officers, certified CIT telecommunicators, and a CIT certified victim advocate. The Crisis Intervention Team training is a partnership led by a consortium of organizations and individuals representing law enforcement agencies, local management entities, consumers/peers, mental health providers, advocates, and others. It requires ongoing collaboration between law enforcement and the mental health community. The training is designed to assist law enforcement officers who respond to incidents involving persons in a mental health crisis.