Suspicious Person Alert
Sun, 08 May 2016 07:44:25 +0000CC Alert: Suspicious Person On 5/8/2016, at 12:25 AM, Campus Safety received a report of a white male, early 20’s, with short hair, wearing a white t-shirt, driving a silver colored sedan who followed several students in his vehicle and on foot around the 900 block of North Weber. Be alert, use caution, travel in […]
All Clear #1 GENERAL
Thu, 05 May 2016 20:52:32 +0000CC Alert: This is Colorado College Campus Safety. The emergency condition reported earlier has ended. It is now safe to resume normal activities. Thank you.Filed under: Active
Action #1 CRIME OUTSIDE
Thu, 05 May 2016 20:29:47 +0000CC Alert: There was a shooting a half mile southeast of campus. Police are looking for a blue Prius. Please remain vigilant, this is not a test.Filed under: Active
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Emergency preparedness and response is a shared responsibility. Colorado College provides information regarding emergency preparedness and response to the campus via the College’s web site and printed materials. Additionally, the College provides emergency information to employees upon hire and facilitates emergency training for all members of the campus community. Faculty, staff, students, and guests at Colorado College should commit to personal preparedness and, because general preparedness guidelines may not apply in every emergency, should integrate their own preparedness activities with the circumstances of an emergency. Although voluntary, the College encourages faculty, staff, students, and guests with disabilities to notify the College of any need for assistance in planning for emergencies.
Please keep the following guidelines in mind during emergency situations:
- Be positive and realistic.
- Recognize that you may be on your own for part of the time during an emergency.
- Realize that your actions can, and will, make a difference.
- Try to do the most good for the most people during any emergency.
(719) 389-6911 for a general campus emergency
Other Emergency Contacts
El Paso County
|Student Health Center
|Emergency: Fire, Police, Medical
Secondary: (719) 492-4950
|Emergency from Campus Phone
|Emergency Management Office
|Dean of Students
Armstrong Hall, Room 211
Spencer Center, Suite 301
|Security Escort Service
|Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Advocate On-Call: 719-602-0960
|Shove Chapel/ Chaplains' Office
Department of Homeland Security
National Weather Service Recorded Forecast