Entry Level, East End of Parking Garage
|Garret T. Moore||Director of Security and Safety, firstname.lastname@example.org, (740) 587-5789|
The Denison University Office of Campus Security, Safety and Risk Management has primary responsibility for the reasonable safety and security of the Denison community. The Department has a staff of ten full-time professionally trained officers and three full-time operator/dispatchers with augmentation by part-time, non-student security monitors. Dedication, education and training are stressed for all campus security personnel. Officers are trained in CPR, Automatic External Defibrillator, First Aid, self-defense, and effective communication, among other topics. The University is committed to an aggressive and comprehensive response to infractions of the law, which includes the discovery, investigation, documentation and reporting of any unlawful activity committed on University property.
The Director of Campus Security and Safety is a commissioned peace officer in the State of Ohio. The Board of Trustees authorized the adoption of campus police agency status by Campus Security and Safety.
Uniformed officers are on duty 24 hours a day to respond to complaints, investigate thefts, and provide other security and safety related services. During evening and early morning hours, the non-student monitors conduct foot patrols in residential areas. They provide safeguards against possible fire and other forms of damage to property.
Campus Security officers investigate all misdemeanors reported on campus. Officers report and work with the Granville Police and the Licking County Sheriff's Departments on felonies. The Director of Campus Security and Safety will coordinate the investigation of felonies with the Chief of Granville Village police. The Director of Campus Security and Safety will make arrests as a last resort in resolving incidents on campus. If thefts or other security and safety incidents occur, they should be reported immediately to the Campus Security Office. Officers will investigate, process reports and notify the appropriate organizations and/or individuals as to their findings. The Campus Security and Safety Office is the liaison with outside law enforcement agencies.
Campus Security, Safety and Risk Management provides services for students including the University Motor Pool. To request the use of or report problems concerning a motor pool vehicle, email Mary Lindsey or call her at x6298.
Vehicle Safety: Any student driving University-owned vehicles or leased/rented vehicles must complete the defensive driving course conducted by a member of Campus Security and Safety.
Any student member who would like to operate a golf cart must attend golf cart training and successfully take the written and driving test. If you would like to schedule training or have any questions, please contact the Director of Environmental Health and Safety & Risk Management at X5646.
The use of non-motorized recreational devices such as skateboards, rollerblades, sleds, etc., for purposes other than travel, can pose a significant safety hazard to students and visitors. Campus Security and Safety monitors the use of these devices on campus. Examples of uses that are prohibited include any use inside a building, on stairs, or along walls or railings. Any use deemed a safety hazard by Campus Security and Safety is prohibited.
No motorized vehicle may be stored in or near a university building as it creates a potential fire safety hazard. Such vehicles will be impounded.
Security Escort Program: Security Escort is coordinated by the Director of Campus Security and Safety. It is a student-staffed escort service organization that is on call 7 days a week from 8pm to 2am to walk students anywhere on the academic quad or to their residence halls. Security Escort will also provide motorized transportation to the residence halls of students parking in remote parking lots.
Campus locations of emergency phones: Mitchell Center/Bancroft Hill, Ebaugh IM Fields, Ebaugh Parking Lot, Ebaugh Road Pond, Rugby Field (adjacent to Granville Middle School), Deeds Field, South Plaza, Swasey Chapel Walkway, Stairs behind Swasey Chapel, Sunset Parking Lot (2), Polly Anderson field station, steps leading from President's Drive to Sorority Circle, stairs below East Hall (towards Prospect), between Doane Dance and Burke Hall, stairs below Campus Commons, Brownstone parking lot, Recycling Center and Homestead. In addition to the emergency phones, there are telephones located on the outside of each residence hall and some academic buildings. These may be used for on-campus calling or contacting the Denison Operator; follow directions posted on the phones.
Room 103, Parking Garage
|Steve Gauger||Director of Environmental Health and Safety & Risk Management, email@example.com, (740) 587-5646|
Contact the Office of Risk Management Services and Environmental Health & Safety for:
Fire and life safety concerns
Mold, indoor air quality and other health concerns
Property and liability insurance
Risk transfer and other insurance questions
Safety concerns and training requests
For additional information, go to Campus Security, Safety and Risk Management.