STUDENTORIENTATIONADDITIONAL INFORMATION: www.brunswickcc.edu/public-safety AUGUST 2013
PHONE • E-MAIL • TEXT • SOCIAL MEDIA • TELEVISION • RADIO TIMELY WARNING & NOTIFICATION
MAKE SURE ALL CONTACT INFORMATION IS CORRECT WITH STUDENT SERVICES • NAME • ADDRESS • PHONE NUMBERS • EMERGENCY CONTACT
CRISIS ON CAMPUS CAN BE THE RESULT OF • VIOLENT, • DISRUPTIVE OR • CRIMINAL BEHAVIORS. REPORTING & NOTIFICATION
BE AWARE OF • SUSPICIOUS SITUATION/PERSONS • THREATENING BEHAVIOR • SUICIDAL TENDENCIES • SEVERE MOOD SWINGS • E-MAILS/WEB BLOGS/TEXTS
CONTACT BCC POLICE • FOR EMERGENCIES • 911 PHONE • NON EMERGENCIES • 910-755-7330 OFFICE • email@example.com • 910-755-7410 TIPLINE
EMERGENCY RESPONSE • ONCE EMERGENCY IS CONFIRMED AN EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION MAY BE SENT • NOTIFICATION MAY BE WITHHELD IF IT IS DETERMINED THAT THE INFORMATION WOULD HINDER LAW ENFORCEMENT OR BE DETRIMENTAL TO THE SAFETY OF STUDENTS/ FACULTY/STAFF
Keep cars doors locked. • Do not leave purses or other valuables in your vehicle. • Books and personal property (laptops, IPads, IPods, cell phones) should have identifying marks. CAMPUS SAFETY
UNLAWFUL MANUFACTURE, DISTRIBUTION, POSSESSION, USE, IS PROHIBITED ON CAMPUS ALCOHOL/DRUGS ON CAMPUS
ACTIVE EMERGENCY/ HOSTILE INTRUDER • When an active emergency on campus is actively causing harm or threatening imminent deadly harm to people, you must immediately seek cover and call
GIVE AS MANY DETAILS AS POSSIBLE: • YOUR NAME, • LOCATION, • NUMBER OF ASSAILANTS AND • OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION.
Officers will go to the problem • You may not see an officer for 20-30 minutes • When you receive the alert, take actions per the Emergency Action Plan
Understand we may be in lockdown for a long period of time. • If we need to evacuate campus you need to be aware of how it is done and where to go. • Please visit the Emergency Action Plan located at www.brunswickcc.edu/public-safety
When you encounter the police, keep your hands over your head and comply with the officers instructions.
If you are evacuating, carry nothing that could be mistaken as a weapon. • Law Enforcement from other departments will be on campus and they have no idea who you are, to them everyone is a suspect.
FIRE ALARMS • All building evacuations will occur when an alarm sounds and/or upon notification by emergency personnel. • When the building evacuation (fire) alarm is activated during an emergency, leave by the nearest “SAFE EXIT” and alert others to do the same.
Assist the disabled in exiting the building. • Once outside, proceed to your fire evacuation area and remain there until the all clear has been given by emergency personnel. • Do not return to an evacuated building unless told to do so by emergency personnel.
SEVERE WEATHER • HURRICANE • TORNADO • THUNDERSTORM
Immediately take cover in sheltered areas in each building. Hallways, bathrooms, and windowless rooms are safest areas. • Close the windows, blinds and/or curtains in all rooms and close the doors as you leave the room.
CRIMES • DAILY CRIME LOG • CRIMES STATISTICS • DEFINITIONS OF CRIMES • CRIMINAL OFFENSES • All these can be located at the Police Office Building A room A135