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Information for Students, Faculty and Staff
Security Office is located in Student Center rooms 134 and 135.
• Office phone - Ext. 1911
• Cell phone - (618) 525-1911
• Safety Office - Ext. 1212
Push round button on the phone panel
Listen for the announcement
Security staff will answer the call
Talk into the speaker and give all the information you can regarding the emergency
|The blue emergency phone locations:|
|Learning Resource Center||Student Center|
|Vocational Building||RLCF Children's Center|
|Science Building||Ball Field concession stand|
|Gym||Applied Science Center|
|Academic Underpass||Coal Mining Training Center|
|-There are emergency phones in the LRC and ACA elevators|
First aid given promptly and effectively can save lives; often it can assist in the prevention of minor injuries deteriorating into serious injuries. In many incidents or accidents, it could be the only treatment necessary, such as in the case of a minor cut or abrasion.
Call Ext. 1911 or (618) 525-1911 for first aid.
If you witness a medical emergency:
Call Ext. 1911 or (cell) 525-1911
Give as much information as you can:
Time, place, what happened, number involved, etc.
Stay at the site until help arrives.
The speed limit on campus is 15 MPH
If you receive a ticket, you can pay it at the cashier counter in the Administration Building
Failure to pay will result in a hold being placed on your student records
Watch the crosswalks. It is your responsibility to stop for pedestrians
Vehicles must be parked inside the lines of the parking space.
Vehicles parked over the line take up two parking spaces. This causes a shortage of parking for others.
Vehicles parked over the line increase the chance of being hit by another vehicle entering or leaving the space beside you.
Unauthorized parking in restricted spaces will result in a parking ticket.
The fine for unauthorized parking in a handicapped space is $250.
In case of fire, a loud alarm will sound and strobe lights will flash to warn you to leave the building
In a tornado / severe weather emergency, the outside siren will sound and the Informacast phone system will advise you to seek shelter.
Drills are conducted regularly
|Vehicle Unlock||Jump Start|
Request for assistance / waiver forms are in the security office.
The lost and found is located in the Security Office.
Please notify us if you find an item left on campus –
Or bring the item to Student Center, Room 135.
If you have lost an item, call or come in to check.
You will need to identify the item you have lost.
- Always lock your vehicle on campus.
- Record the make, model and serial numbers of all valuable items in your vehicle.
- Do not leave personal belongings unattended, e.g. purses, backpacks, briefcases, etc.
- Report missing items as soon as possible.
- Walk to the parking lot with your keys in your hand.
- For your safety, if you arrive on campus after hours, on holidays or weekends or for an unscheduled event, please advise the security office when you arrive and leave.
We constantly patrol the campus, speaking with faculty, staff and students to promote communication and obtain information which we use to help maintain a safe campus environment. Our patrols are a proactive measure to reduce the likelihood of rule and law violations. We respond to emergencies of all kinds.
We watch for strange behavior which may indicate:
- Violations of campus rules and laws
- Persons needing medical attention
- A sexual predator
- A person with an order of protection against him / her
- Other potential problems
We monitor the open computer lab in the LRC to assist staff in enforcing rules and to keep the LRC quiet for study.
We conduct regular monthly and on-going inspections of:
First aid stations
Eye wash stations
as well as other equipment to help promote safety.
We conduct a monthly school safety audit to address unsafe conditions.
REND LAKE COLLEGE POLICE DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT
The Rend Lake College Police Department’s mission is to promote a safe and secure environment for all students, employees and visitors by providing visible, professional and courteous service, information and assistance to the campus community and by ensuring the college’s rules and regulations are enforced by appropriate action.