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Community Engagement: On Campus Community (safety)
References, Rationale, Indicators, and Indicator Benchmarks:
Table 10 Community Engagement: On Campus Community safety, Objectives, Rationale, and Indicators, Benchmarks
Reference Rationale
Indicator
Benchmark
3-A-01
To provide accurate data
to students and the
community.
Annual safety reporting
(Title IX, Clery Act).
100% compliance.
3-A-02
To ensure that all issues
are addressed in a timely
manner.
Regular meetings to review
and improve safety.
10 meetings
annually, 10
reports.
3-A-03
To ensure students are
safe and secure while on
campus.
On Campus safety and
security student
satisfaction.
Performance gap
less than our peer
comparisons.
3-A-04
To ensure faculty and
staff are safe and secure
while on campus.
Safety and Security
measure on annual survey.
Faculty and staff
report less than a
1.0 gap between
importance of
safety and security
and level of
agreement.
3-A-05
To make sure that the
College community is
aware of the Emergency
Response Plan and can
respond appropriately.
Ongoing review of
Emergency Response Plan
(ERP) with appropriate
changes made to plan.
Perform three emergency
scenarios each academic
year.
Throughout the
year, at quarterly
meetings, the
Safety Committee
will review the
components of the
Emergency
Response Plan and
modify it as
appropriate to
support a safe
learning
environment.
3-A-06
To raise awareness of
on-the-job safety issues.
Ongoing use of formal on-
line safety training.
100% by full time
faculty and staff.
3-A-07
To raise awareness of
on-the-job safety issues.
Safety briefings to faculty
and staff.
Incorporate into in-
service training at
start of (fall and
spring) semesters.
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