Security & Emergencies
If you have an emergency, merely dial 911.
Police & Public Safety are staffed from 6a-1a Monday through Friday, Saturday 7a-7p, and Sunday 8a-5p unless otherwise notified by email.
You should call 911 in ALL emergencies
What is an emergency?
An emergency is any immediate threat to life and /or property that requires immediate response from police, fire, or ambulance personnel. Your judgment often determines whether an incident is an emergency. If you consider a situation to be an emergency, then it’s an emergency and the procedures in this booklet should be followed. If in doubt, err on the side of safety!
WHEN REPORTING AN EMERGENCY
- Stay on line with the dispatcher.
- Provide the address, location, and a description of the emergency.
- Provide the phone number at your location.
- Provide a thorough description of the incident to ensure the appropriate resources are dispatched.
Emergency Telephone System Call Boxes are placed in various locations around campus. Each box is equipped with a red push button that automatically calls 911 and activates two way voice communication between, you the caller and 911.
Emergency Response Procedures
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