Campus Safety & Security

Providing a safe and secure campus is a key element in assisting the College in accomplishing its mission. The College is committed to providing a safe campus, and in addition to institutional procedures, students and staff are encouraged to be personally responsible for their own security as well as others.

Campus Security is the direct responsibility of the Vice President of Student and Information Services, while the Chief of Security is responsible for day-to-day operations. The security staff is comprised of individuals with extensive law enforcement/security experience and knowledge, and possesses an excellent working relationship with local law enforcement agencies including the Monroe County Sheriff's Department and the Michigan State Police.

Campus Security provides a safe and secure campus environment for students, staff, faculty, and visitors. Both foot and vehicle security/safety patrols are conducted in order to minimize and deter the occurrence of crime, protect the peace, and serve the interests of the College.

Security Personnel

Campus security is the direct responsibility of the Vice President of Student and Information Services, and all requests for special security coverage for campus events and activities must be made through the Vice President's Office. The Chief of Security prepares the security schedule accordingly.

Bill Myers
Bill Myers
Chief of Security
Keith Werner
Bob Sielski
Rob Oetjens
William Huff
Michael Mihalee
Ken Sieg