Skip to Main Content

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

For information on how to print this document, click here.

Full Annual Security Report - September 2019

REPORTING CRIMES:

Reports of criminal actions, or other emergencies occurring on campus should be reported immediately to 911 and the Vice President of Student Affairs, (Student Services) at 348-6618. All such calls/reports will be thoroughly investigated by the Vice President of Student Affairs or his/her designated representative together with the appropriate law enforcement officials as necessary. Violation of North Central Michigan College regulations, policies or conduct standards by students or employees will be administered in accordance with the appropriate disciplinary procedures. Violation of city/local ordinances and regulations by students, employees and others will be referred to the appropriate law enforcement authority for subsequent action. The Vice President of Student Affairs will maintain all records or reports of alleged offenses, associated investigations and related action taken. The College has procedures for voluntary, confidential reporting of sexual misconduct crimes, but does not encourage its professional counselors to inform students to voluntarily and confidentially report crimes for inclusion in the Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report. The Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report is prepared by the Vice President of Student Affairs with information from local law enforcement agencies and incident reports.

Reports of criminal actions or other emergencies occurring in connection with College sponsored instructional activities at its off-campus locations should be reported immediately to appropriate local police authorities by dialing 911. The College does not sponsor or recognize off-campus student organizations.

In the event that a situation arises, either on or off-campus, that, in the judgment of the President, constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a campus wide “timely warning” will be issued. The warning will be issued through multiple communication methods, including the college website, email and emergency notification system, as soon as pertinent information is available. “Emergency notification” will be issued, using the same methods as above, immediately upon confirmation that a dangerous situation or emergency exists.

 

CAMPUS SECURITY COMMITTEE:

The President has appointed a Campus Security Committee to review North Central's security issues and recommend security policy adjustments to the President as necessary. The College has not found it necessary nor cost effective to maintain a separate law enforcement division or campus security department at this time and, relies upon the City of Petoskey Department of Public Safety and other local law enforcement agencies for law enforcement on the College campus and its off-campus locations. This partnership exists without an official MOU.

 

ANNUAL SECURITY & FIRE AND SAFETY statistics - Main Campus:

Crime Statistics

 

VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) Offense

 

Campus Arrests

 

 

There were no reported hate crimes for 2016, 2017, or 2018.

There were no reported unfounded crimes for 2016, 2017, or 2018.

In 2018, there were zero (0) disciplinary actions for violation of liquor law policy, three (3) for drug abuse violations, and zero (0) for weapons violations.

In 2017, there was one (1) disciplinary action for violation of liquor laws, zero (0) for weapons violations, and zero (0) for drug abuse violations.

In 2016, there were five (5) disciplinary actions for violation of liquor laws, zero (0) for weapons violations, and one (1) for drug abuse violations.

 

 

Residence Hall Fire Statistics

 

 

Description of fire safety system for on-campus student housing facility

North Central Michigan College has one campus housing facility which has an electronic monitoring system that notifies audibly and visually. It is monitored 24/7 via dedicated phone line by a certified monitoring company. The manufacturer of this system is Edwards and the model is EST3. The College has a wet fire suppression system in every room and all common areas.

 

Number of Fire Drills in 2018

There were two (2) fire drills in 2018-19.

 

ANNUAL SECURITY & FIRE AND SAFETY STATISTICS - Gaylord Center:

Crime Statistics

 

VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) Offense

 

Campus Arrests

 

Reporting for 2016 and 2017 included in Main Campus statistics; no changes need to be made, as all incidents reported were on Main Campus.

There were no reported disciplinary actions for violation of liquor law policy, drug abuse violations, or weapons violations for 2016, 2017, or 2018.

There were no reported arrests for violation of liquor law policy, drug abuse violations, or weapons violations for 2016, 2017, or 2018.

There were no reported hate crimes for 2016, 2017, or 2018.

There were no reported unfounded crimes for 2016, 2017, or 2018.

 

Archived Reports

2018 Full Annual Security Report