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Coffee/Juice
6:45am– 7:00am 



Breakfast
7:00am-8:30am

 



Lunch
11:30am - 1:15pm

 



Dinner
4:30pm - 6:00pm

 


 

East Campus Information



Dorm Life

Dormitories

When you arrive at the dormitory registration office, you will be assigned to a room for the duration of the program you are attending. Check-in hours are on Sunday from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Tuesday arrivals may check-in from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday and Thursday arrivals may check-in from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Students arriving after 5:00 p.m. will be checked in by the security officer on duty. There should be no exchanging of assigned rooms unless approved by the dormitory staff in advance of the move. If, for any reason, you need to be moved before your class is over, the dormitory manager will notify you.

The dormitory rooms have been furnished with the basic equipment to house students as comfortably as possible. No furnishings such as beds, mattresses, pillows, or blankets should be removed, dismantled, or relocated in the dormitory suite area without permission from the dormitory staff.

Check-out

On Friday, or the last day of your class, all students must clear their rooms and turn their key in to the dormitory office no later than 8:00 a.m. Spreads and blankets should be folded and left on the foot of the bed, along with the pillow. Failure to comply with this schedule will cause inconvenience to new students reporting in the next week and returning students.

Complaints

Students should notify the dormitory office first if there are any problems. Students should not attempt to fix dormitory furnishings or equipment in the dormitories themselves. Complaints should be reported to the dormitory office staff or the security officer as soon as possible. The office is open 24 hours a day. Action will be taken on your complaints as soon as possible.

Housekeeping

Cleaning of Student Rooms

The housekeeping staff will go into the students rooms to clean, unless requested otherwise. Housekeeping staff will clean the bathroom daily.

Students, please do not put signs of any kind on our walls in the dormitory rooms. Please do not put our blankets or linens on the floor to be used as carpets or mats.
Towels/Linen Exchange

The housekeeping staff will place towels in your rooms daily. Place your dirty towels and washcloths on the bathroom floor. Clean linens will be left in your room on Fridays only.

When checking out or removing linens, please leave them at the foot of your bed. Additional information is posted in your dorm room.

Ice Machine, Washer/Dryer

Ice machines are located in Dormitory B and Dormitory C. The Dormitory B ice machine is located next to B-25. Ice machines in Dormitory C are located the first and second floors. No large containers or coolers should be filled from the ice machines. If ice coolers are used, please keep them in the bathrooms to avoid damage of carpets in the carpeted areas.

A washer and dryer for student use are located on the first floor, west end in Dormitory C. Students must furnish their own detergent.

Lost & Found

Lost & Found is located in the C Dormitory at the check-in desk.  Found items will be held for 30 days. Please call, or let us know as soon as possible if you left something in your room.

Mail

Incoming - Mail may be picked up from the dormitory office after 10:00 a.m. each day.
Outgoing - The U.S. Post Office is located on Fayetteville Street directly in front of the campus. There is also a drop-off mail box at the dormitory office for pre-stamped items.

Pest Control

The keeping of open food items and cooking of food is prohibited in the dormitory rooms. This is for the prevention of insects and rodents in the dormitory area. Snack items may be kept in the room area, but your assistance in keeping the room free of insects and rodents is requested.

Pets

No pets are allowed in the dormitory at any time.

Quiet Hours

Quiet hours are enforced by the Academy security officer between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. This allows students time for sleep and study. Stereos, radios, televisions and general noise from group gatherings must be lowered during this time. Students should notify the dormitory staff or security officer of any problems.

Student ID’s and Parking Passes

Student ID’s and Parking Passes for resident students will be issued when they check into the dorms. Commuter Students will be issued Student ID’s and Parking Passes from their instructors upon arrival to class.

The Student ID should be worn and visible at all times while on campus. Upon leaving the campus the Student ID’s should be returned to the front desk in Dorm C or to the instructor.

The student parking areas on the campus are marked with signs. Please use these designated areas for parking. Do not park on the grass.

Telephone Calls

The Academy number is 910-525-4151. After 5:00 p.m., incoming messages may be recorded if the security officer is on patrol. Emergency messages will be delivered to the guest/student as soon as possible.

Incoming Calls - Routine messages may be left for students and guests at the dormitory office. Students and guests are responsible each day to periodically check at the front desk for messages.

Outgoing Calls - Students will need to use their cell phones or calling cards for outgoing calls.
 


Emergencies

Directions to Sampson Regional Medical Center - Clinton

Go into Salemburg to the stop light, travel straight across on RPR 1233, approximately 7 miles to Bonnettsville. Turn left on Highway 24 for approximately 4 miles to the overhead bridge. Go under the bridge and turn left onto Faircloth Freeway, called 421 North, for about 3/4 mile. Veer right onto 701 North towards Newton Grove. Take the first exit (North Blvd.), turn right at the stop sign, go approximately 1/2 mile. Take a right onto Beamon Street. The hospital is approximately 1/2 mile on the right. The Emergency Room is in the back of the hospital.

Emergency Evacuation Plan

Fire

Fire alarm pull switches are located near the stairs at each end of each floor. In case of fire, pull the nearest alarm and exit the building using the evacuation plan posted on the inside of your room door. Leave the building using the nearest exit door. Move to a safe distance from the building, and remain there until you are informed otherwise by a reliable source. Do not re-enter the building until all students and/or staff members are accounted for and you are given permission to do so. Be sure to notify the dorm office or security, or person(s) in authority of the emergency.

Tornado

In cases of a tornado watch or warning, notify the dorm office or security, or person(s) in authority of the emergency. If a warning is issued, all staff and students are to move to the interior portion of the building away from windows, doors and outside walls. All mobile trailers are to be evacuated at once, and staff members and students are to move to safe shelter and/ or cover. Report to superiors, instructors, or persons in authority after the emergency has passed for accountability.

First Aid

First aid supplies are located throughout campus. All injuries and illnesses should be reported to the dormitory office staff or security office at once. Necessary coordination of transportation to and from the hospital will be provided by the dormitory staff.

Students should never be given emergency transportation to the hospital in private or state vehicles without notice to the dormitory staff or the security officer on duty.

 


Rules and Regulations

Disruptive Conduct is Prohibited

All students must be constantly aware that their conduct both at the Academy and in the community is reflective not only of themselves but of the agency they work for and the North Carolina Justice Academy and Department of Justice. Model conduct is particularly important in the dormitories where the rights of others to an environment conducive to study and rest are paramount.

1. Disruptive conduct shall include, but will not be limited to the following:

a.  Loud and disorderly behavior

b.  Intoxication or any use of illegal drugs

c.  Malicious, reckless or deliberate damage to Academy or personal property

d.  Failure to comply with requests from campus security or dormitory staff

e. Public display and consumption of alcoholic beverages in other than designated areas.

Designated areas for display and consumption that are not open to the general public are:

(1)   The residential area which includes dormitory rooms, dormitory lounges, courtyard and breezeways

(2)   Alcohol consumption or display is prohibited in the cafeteria or gymnasium. Alcohol outside dorm rooms is to be in a cup only

f.   Violation of North Carolina law.

g.  No hazing or other dangerous behaviors.

h.  Any other conduct deemed disruptive by the Director or Academy staff.

2. Disruptive conduct may result in arrest and/or removal from campus and the conditions of the arrest and/or removal will be reported to the respective agency/department.

Incense/Marijuana

The burning of incense or marijuana in the dormitory is prohibited. Students occupying a room where incense or marijuana has been used will be required to vacate the room and will not be allowed to use the dormitory facilities at the Academy.

Internet Access and Use

Internet access is provided via wireless and wired connections at various locations throughout the campus. Internet access on campus is provided free with the stipulation that users consent to the North Carolina Department of Justice Internet Use Policy. Internet access sign in information will be provided after the user acknowledges the Internet Use Policy. At the East Campus of the North Carolina Justice Academy you may receive the sign in information at the information desk located in the Learning Resource Center or at the check-in desk located in the lobby of dormitory C.

Unlawful Harassment

Harassment is unwelcome conduct that is based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. Sexual harassment is defined as deliberate, unsolicited and unwelcome verbal and/or physical conduct of a sexual nature or with sexual implications by staff or students which: “(1) has or may have direct consequences on a student successfully completing training; (2) creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive training or residential environment; or (3) interferes with an individual’s training performance.” Any student who has a complaint of disruptive conduct should report the problem to the coordinator of the course in which they are enrolled or the manager of the training department under which the course is offered or to the campus security officer if the incident occurs after hours.

Smoking

Smoking is not allowed in any Academy building and is permitted outside at least 25 feet from any Academy building.

Weapons

Sworn law enforcement officers are allowed to possess and carry their agency authorized handgun while on campus according to law. When do so, you are required to have your badge of office displayed. When you are not wearing your weapon it should be secured in your vehicle or in the dorm room safe. Leaving your weapon unattended or unsecured is against policy. Any student or sworn personnel who are in violation of this policy will be dismissed from the Academy and their agency will be notified. Serious violations could result in other actions as authorized by North Carolina State Law.
 


Services

Cafeteria - Weekly Menu

The cafeteria food service is provided by a private contractor. Cafeteria hours are:

Coffee and Juice only, 6:45 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.;

Breakfast, 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.;

Lunch, 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.; and

Dinner, 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

All meals are a complete, self-serve, all you want to eat buffet. There is a grill operation in the cafeteria at lunch and dinner meals. This grill will serve hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, french fries and other grill items. There is no individual item pricing. Meals are not served on Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights.

Cash Points ATM

A Cash Points Automatic Teller Machine is located in front of the Administration Annex.

Campus Security

The campus security office is located in the lobby area of Dormitory C. There are three campus security officers. A security officer is on duty from 6:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. Monday through Friday. Hours vary on weekends and holidays. All police reports, crime reports, and emergency assistance requests should be made to the campus security officer. Officers patrol the campus by vehicle and on foot. They wear an Academy uniform and possess NCJA identification.

Campus Security: 910-214-4605.

Recreation

The Academy has a Student Center which has pool tables, video games, a television, and vending machines. The Student Center will be open from 6:00 p.m. on Sunday until 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Activities available in the gymnasium include weight training, basketball and volleyball. The gymnasium is open from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Please observe all rules posted in these facilities.