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To protect and enhance the professional and personal quality of life of the college community. Exert leadership based on the moral and ethical obligation to prevent injury and save lives. Ensuring compliance by managing regulatory information. Inspire a safety culture focused on open communication, cooperation, collaboration, and education. While striving to be professional, respectful, honest, fair, and consistent.
Emergency Phone Numbers
College/District Links & Resources
Disaster Service Workers
An individual must use his/her own discretion during an active shooter event as to whether he/she chooses to run to safety or remain in place.
Be prepared to run, shelter in place, or take on the shooter.
IF OUTSIDE WHEN A SHOOTING OCCURS
Bomb threats are usually made by individuals who want to create an atmosphere of general anxiety or panic. All bomb threats should be assumed to pose a legitimate danger to the campus population.
TELEPHONE BOMB THREAT
If a chemical or biological spill occurs within any campus building or facility, call 9-1-1. If a chemical spill occurs outside of a building or from an off campus source, follow shelter in place procedures.
Students who are experiencing a psychological or emotional crisis often need immediate help and intervention. Some examples of crises include:
Certain incidents like hazardous spills may require that you and others shelter-in-place.
Call 9-1-1 from any available telephone and describe the nature of the medical problem and the location of the emergency on campus.
In the event of a major failure occurring during regular business hours, immediately notify Facilities.If there is potential danger to the building occupants, or if the utility failure occurs after hours, weekends or holidays, notify RCCD Police.