Carl Sandburg College is committed to providing a secure and welcoming campus environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. The following information highlights measures that are in place at Carl Sandburg College to guard and protect the campus population as well as personal safety tips designed to avert acts of violence.
All emergencies on campus are to be reported to Carl Sandburg College Dispatcher by dialing 5499 from a campus phone or 341-5499 from a cell-phone. Dialing 911 on a cell-phone will connect to local emergency authorities and may delay a response from campus security and local law enforcement and emergency response personnel. Be prepared to provide the following information:
Reporting Suspicious Behavior
When campus personnel witness behavior they believe may lead to a crime or violent situation, they should also report it to the Carl Sandburg College Dispatcher by calling 5499. Such behavior may include the following:
Students: Reporting concerns of unhealthy or dangerous patterns of behavior
Carl Sandburg College students have multiple avenues for seeking assistance including Administration, Faculty, Staff or Campus Security. However, if a student is concerned about another student's pattern of behavior, they can report their concerns to the Student Behavioral Intervention Team (SBIT), a team of administrative professionals tasked with evaluating and acting upon, as necessary, reported unhealthy or dangerous behavior exhibited by Carl Sandburg College students.
Such behaviors may include the following:
Faculty/Staff: Reporting concerns of threatening or dangerous behavior
An Employee Campus Behavioral Intervention/Threat Assessment Team has been assembled and chartered to evaluate and act upon, as necessary, reported threatening and/or dangerous behaviors exhibited by Carl Sandburg College employees. Such behaviors may include the following:
General Tips for Personal Safety
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