CAMPUS SAFETY

LEADERSHIP

Patrick Henry College Campus Safety comes under the oversight of the Office of Campus Services. The Vice President for Campus Services is the College administrator responsible for all Campus Safety matters and serves as the commanding officer of Campus Safety operations. The VP for Campus Services reports directly to the Executive Vice President who, in turn, reports directly to the President. The VP for Campus Services serves as the direct supervisor of the Campus Safety Lieutenant, and as the indirect supervisor of all other Campus Safety personnel.


Lieutenant

The Campus Safety Lieutenant is the ranking officer on the Campus Safety team and reports directly to the VP for Campus Services. The Campus Safety Lieutenant is responsible for the day-to-day Campus Safety operations and serves as the direct supervisor of Campus Safety Squad Leaders and Campus Safety Officers.

 

  

Paul Yancey
Campus Safety Lieutenant

 

Paul Yancey serves as the Campus Safety Lieutenant overseeing the 24/7 operations of Campus Safety.  He came to Patrick Henry College in 2013 with 28 years of law enforcement experience.

 

He retired from the Hollywood Police Department, Broward County, Florida, in 2007 and moved to Winchester, Virginia in 2012.

Mr. Yancey started his law enforcement career as a patrol officer before advancing throughout the Departments various specialized units. Most of his career was spent as an investigator in Homicide/Crimes Against Person, Property Crimes, Undercover Narcotics, Money Laundering, Street Crimes/Tactical Unit. He also served several years as a SWAT Officer. 

Mr. Yancey received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Administration from Barry University in North Miami, Florida. He also received numerous criminal justice, law enforcement, and investigator certifications from Broward College, Florida.  He is registered with the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services as an armed security officer.


Commanding Officer

  

 

Earl Hall
Vice President for Campus Services

 

Earl Hall came to Purcellville in 1996 to help Dr. Farris and the Home School Legal Defense Association launch the dream that has become Patrick Henry College. To date, Mr. Hall has logged 36 years of service in police, fire, EMS, security and emergency management operations.

   

 

He had previously served as the president of Christian Home Educators of Colorado and worked for the City and County of Denver Department of Health and Hospitals Paramedic Division.

 

Mr. Hall holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Services Administration from Eastern Washington University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Paramedicine from Central Washington University, a Master of Science degree in Management & Organization from the University of Colorado at Denver, and a certificate in Construction Management from the University of Washington. 

 

He is registered with the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services as an armed security officer.  He is also a practicing nationally registered and state certified paramedic and holds numerous emergency service training credentials.