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- Law Enforcement Authority of Campus Security
- Reporting Crime
- Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police & Crime Statistics Act
- Access to Campus Facilities
- Campus Crime Prevention Act
- Missing Student Notification
- Security Phones
- Security Escort System
- Educational Programs & Awareness Campaigns
- Annual Fire Safety Report
- Prohibited Items in Reference to Residence Halls
- Smoking Policy
- Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures
- Procedures for Student Housing Evacuation
If you have questions, need assistance or would like a paper copy of any of this information, please contact: 334/833-4416 • firstname.lastname@example.org
超pen个人公开视频在线观看,中日高清字幕版在线观看The Huntingdon College Security Department serves the College community twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, three hundred and sixty-five days a year.
The Campus Security Office is located in Wilson room 112.
Law Enforcement Authority of Campus Security
The mission of the Huntingdon College Security Department is to protect life and property, prevent and detect crime, maintain a successful parking and traffic system and to be of general service to the College in the furtherance of its overall mission.
Students, faculty, staff, visitors and all other constituencies are strongly encouraged to immediately report any and all crime to Campus Security (334-833-4463 or 334-324-6565)超pen个人公开视频在线观看,中日高清字幕版在线观看 who will assist with accurate and prompt reporting of all crimes on campus and will advise and assist in reporting crimes that occur off campus. Prompt and accurate reporting of incidents and/or crimes is vital to insure the issuance of timely warning notices and timely disclosure of crime statistics.
VICTIMS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT SHOULD REVIEW THE COLLEGE’S SEXUAL MISCONDUCT POLICY FOR THE PROCEDURES TO FOLLOW IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT.
The Huntingdon College Security Department maintains a formal working relationship with the Montgomery Police Department (334-241-2831) and a professional working relationship with the Montgomery Sherriff’s Department (334-832-4982). In addition, Huntingdon College periodically contracts with the Montgomery Police Department to assist patrolling the campus during special events. While Huntingdon students, staff, faculty, visitors and other constituencies should be aware that crimes can be reported directly to local law enforcement; individuals are strongly encouraged to report first to Campus Security to insure a prompt institutional response.
The Montgomery Police Department responds to emergency calls to 911.
Although the College strongly encourages a victim or witness of a crime to talk to someone, the College provides online (Campus Crime Report Form超pen个人公开视频在线观看,中日高清字幕版在线观看) and phone options(334-833-4302) for anonymous reporting of crimes for inclusion in the annual disclosure of crime statistics.
Although victims and/or witnesses are strongly encouraged to report all incidences to Campus Security, crime reports may be made to Ms. Fran Taylor, Vice President and Dean of Students or Mr. Jay A. Dorman, Senior Vice President for Planning and Administration. All reports will be investigated. Huntingdon College encourages both pastoral and professional counselors, if and when they deem appropriate, to inform the persons they are counseling of procedures for reporting crimes on a voluntary, confidential basis for inclusion in its annual reporting of crime statistics.
超pen个人公开视频在线观看,中日高清字幕版在线观看When the College receives a report of a crime and/or incident that has the potential to impact the safety and/or security of its constituencies, timely warnings will be issued through the College’s emergency notification system, e-mails, social media or other means as appropriate.
Violations of the law may be referred to the appropriate federal, state and/or city judicial system and where appropriate, to the College Judicial Board for review.
- 2013-2015 Statistics (posted 9/28/16)
- (posted 10/01/15), which includes the following:
- Crime Data
- Fire Data
- 2012-2014 Fire Summary
- 2011-2013 Statistics (posted 9/29/14)
- 2010-2012 Statistics (posted 9/30/13)
- (reposted 10/24/13)
- 2009-2011 Statistics (posted 9/26/12)
- 2008-2010 Statistics (posted 9/16/11)
- (posted 9/16/10)