In an Emergency
Pick up a blue-light emergency phone or call the University Police at 330.325.5911 or 9-1-1 (dial 9-911 if using a campus phone).
If you notice something unusual or something that causes you concern, call 330.325.5911 at any hour.
Non-emergency questions may be directed to NPD at 330.325.5911 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RAVEAlert: Emergency Notification System
RAVEAlert to provides immediate notification – via email, text message and voice message – about emergencies, severe weather, campus closings and other incidents that may impact the University community.
A list of important numbers for students, faculty, staff and visitors on and off campus.
All students, employees, and visitors should promptly call 911 to report criminal incidents, accidents, and other emergencies.
Safety Programs for Students
First year medicine and pharmacy students at NEOMED participate in an orientation program where they are introduced to campus safety procedures. Among the topics are crime reporting, date/acquaintance rape, bystander intervention campus access, crime statistics, and emergency notification.
First year medicine and pharmacy students, as well as freshmen Bio-Med Science Academy students receive A.L.I.C.E. training during the first week of classes. “A.L.I.C.E.” is an acronym for five steps to utilize in order to increase the chances of surviving an attack by an Active Shooter. “A.L.I.C.E.” stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate. NEOMED Police Department will offer this training to all first year students (including the Bio-Med Science Academy Students) and will also conduct the class several times throughout the year for interested students, faculty and staff.
Daily Crime Log
The police department maintains a daily crime log which records all crimes reported to the department. Each log entry encompasses the date, time, nature and general location of each reported crime in addition to the disposition of the complaint, if known. All entries are logged within two business days of the initial report being made to the police department, or local law enforcement agency. Certain incidents may be excluded from the log in circumstances when disclosure of such information may compromise the investigation. The log is available for public inspection in the campus security office, room A-90.