Campus Safety Contacts: 

In an emergency dial 911
Campus Safety (530) 242-7910, Room 5015
 
 

Mee​t the Director, Lonnie Seay

 

Campus Sasfety Director, Lonnie Seay.Lonnie Seay 

    Campus Safety Director

 

 

 

(530) 242-7910

Lonnie began his law enforcement career in 1991, at the Leon County  Sheriff’s Office. He attended Tallahassee Community College, Liberty University and is currently enrolled to obtain his Master’s degree. Lonnie is an active learner who continuously seeks new opportunities to learn. 
 
He enjoys coaching sports, fishing, spending time with his family, including his extended family, and taking part in community service opportunities.
  
Lonnie retired from the Leon County Sheriff’s Office in 2013 after serving the community of Tallahassee for over 20 years. He moved to Redding in 2013, where he began his career with Shasta College as the Campus Safety Officer II in 2013. In August of 2014, he was promoted to the Director of Campus Safety. 

Lonnie's philosophy is to put students first. He believes in giving back to the community and supporting the success of all. 

He welcomes all to Shasta, Tehama, Trinity Joint Community College District and looks forward to hearing from you about your experiences. 
 
To learn more about Director Seay, 
click the link: Lonnie Seay Bio
            
 

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​     Craig Richie

        Campus Safety Assistant   Director

 (530) 242-7910
 
 
 
 
           To learn more about 
 
Officer Richie, 
 
        click the link: Craig Richie Bio
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 Jessie Ballard

Compliance Coordinator and Shasta CARES Program Director

(530) 242-7910
 
To learn more about Jessie, 
click the link: 
 
 
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Senior Staff Secretary 

 (530) 242-7910 albrown@shastacollege.edu

 
To learn more about Andrea
click the link: 
Andrea Brown Bio
  
 

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 Campus Safety Officer I
 
HSUP Campus
(530) 242-7910
 
To learn more about William,
click the link: 
 
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Campus Safety Officer I

Tehama Campus
(530) 242-7910  

 To learn more about Wes, 
click the link: 

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Michael Booth 

Campus Safety Officer I​​

HSUP Campus
(530) 242-7910  

mbooth@shastacollege.edu

To learn more about Mike, click the link:

  Michael Booth Bio

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Jake Capraro
Campus Safety Officer I
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Redding Campus
(530) 242-7910
jcapraro@shastacollege.edu
 
To learn more about Jake,
click the link: Jake Capraro Bio

 


 
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Nate Topete
Campus Safety Officer I
 
Redding Campus
(530) 242-7910 
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Kody Turner
Campus Safety Officer I
 
Tehama Campus
(530) 242-7910 
kturner@shastacollege.edu
 
To learn more about Kody,
click the link: 
    
 
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Joe Trompczynski
 Campus Safety Officer I
 
 Redding Campus
(530) 242-7910
jtrompczynski@shastacollege.edu​​​
 To learn more about Joe,
click the link: Joe Trompcynski  
             Bio                       
 
Multi-site Officers:           
  

Lorne Atwood
Campus Safety Officer I

 
 (530) 242-7910 

Tim Larios
Campus Safety Officer ​I

(530) 242-791
tlarios@shastacollege.edu

Jake Lindsey
Campus Safety Officer ​I

(530) 242-7910
jlindsey@shastacollege.edu

 
Rich Nance
Campus Safety Officer I
 
(530) 242-7910​ rnance@shastacollege.edu

 

 
 Wilberforce Ndyanabo
Campus Safety Officer I
 
(530) 242-7910
 
Bobby Phonepaseuth
Campus Safety Officer I
 
(530) 242-7910  

 

 
Jamie Schmidt
Campus Safety Officer I
 
(530) 242-7910  

 
​Adam Zamudio
 Campus Safety Officer I
 
(530) 242-7910 ​ 
 
 
Any member of the college community may make confidential report by calling the confidential phone line
(530) 242-7919. 
 
Where a caller requests that their name or other identifiable information not be shared or that no formal action be taken, the College will balance this request with its dual obligation to provide a safe and non‐discriminatory environment for all College community members and to remain true to principles of fundamental fairness that require notice and an opportunity to respond before action is taken. In making this determination, the College may consider the seriousness of the conduct, the respective ages and roles of the parties involved, whether there have been other complaints or reports of harassment or misconduct against the Respondent, and the rights of the Respondent to receive notice and relevant information before disciplinary action is sought.
 
For more information on confidential reporting including the online reporting form, please visit the link below
 
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