U of D Jesuit Campus Safety Office
(313) 862-5400, extension 2340
In keeping with the mission of the school, the goal of the Campus Safety team is to prevent loss and reduce risk by:
- Gathering information,
- Controlling access
- Maintaining order and,
- Protecting person and property from crime and disorder
Campus Safety personnel will:
- Be highly visible and uniformed,
- Enforce all rules and regulations of the school,
- Protect against loss from fire and equipment failure,
- Prevent and investigate violations of law occurring on school property.
U of D Jesuit Campus Safety is proactive in taking steps to insure our community's well-being through our Emergency Management Procedures. Established guidelines and procedures are in place that outline how we will respond in the event of an emergency. An emergency can be defined as a tragic event that can quickly escalate into a school-wide catastrophe if not addressed immediately and effectively. Drills are practiced throughout the school year to insure everyone is trained on the proper procedures to follow in the event of an emergency situation.
Some of the areas covered in the Emergency Management Procedures are:
- Emergency phone number lists,
- Bomb threats,
- Utility interruptions,
- Chemical spills,
- Intruder in the building,
- Weapon in the building.
The Emergency Management Procedure manual contains check-off list, follow-up procedures, and evacuation sites. We feel confident that in the event of an emergency, we are prepared to deal with it effectively and have the tools in place to provide sufficient follow-up care. If you have questions regarding the plan, please contact either the Security Department at (313) 862-5400, extension 2340, or the Student Affairs Officer at extension 2366.
Protecting God's Children
As part of the school safety plan at U of D Jesuit, any parent, guardian, or volunteer, who is working with or chaperoning students at or for U of D Jesuit is required to complete the Protecting God’s Children Workshop offered by the Archdiocese of Detroit. The program should be completed before beginning the assignment. The program is approximately 3 hours in length and offered at various parishes and schools throughout the archdiocese.
Times, locations, and registration can be found at Archdiocese of Detroit website.
Mr. Ronald Loch
Director of Campus Safety
Ms. Talitha Green
Assistant Director of Campus Safety
Mr. Darrel Foster
Mr. Leonard Lyon