Reporting Crime

Reporting Disruptive or Violent Behavior

Contact Campus Security immediately by calling 366.4444 from a cellular phone, extensions 4444 or 4053 from any classroom or office phone, or use one of the emergency phones located in building hallways to make immediate contact with county 9-1-1 personnel. Only activate an emergency phone if an immediate police, fire or ambulance response is required.

Furnish any pertinent information:

  • Location
  • Nature of incident
  • Description/identity of those involved
  • Whereabouts of perpetrators
  • Whereabouts of victims
  • Description of what transpired
  • Any related information

When reporting an incident of crime on campus, all information will be treated with appropriate confidentiality.  Please identify yourself to Campus Security.  Your identity will be afforded all due confidentiality.  We encourage members of our campus community to report any criminal activity promptly.  Safety and security on campus is a cooperative effort.

Upon receipt of notification of a crime occurring on campus, Campus Security Officers will respond to the scene immediately.  The Elyria Police Department will be contacted and Campus Security Officers will secure the area.  The Elyria Police will take charge of the investigative process.  Campus Security staff shall assist the Elyria Police Department as directed.

 

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