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Department of Public Safety

Department of Public Safety Building

The Department of Public Safety is responsible for security and emergency response at Mott Community College. Staffing by sworn police officers with full powers of arrest is provided 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

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Department of Public Safety Officers

Officers patrol the main campus, the four extension centers and the area encompassing a one mile radius around the main campus, including the Flint Cultural Center and Kearsley Park.

Department of Public Safety Student Officers

The Department of Public Safety also employs non-certified and student Public Safety Officers. These officers have the same duties and responsibilities; however, they do not have the power of arrest.

Positions are filled in cooperation with the Student Employment Center with enrolled students from programs such as Criminal Justice and Corrections.

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Public Safety Annual Security ReportAnnual Security Report
Emergency Response GuideEmergency Response Guide
Survive an Active Shooter Event

Educational videos and documents can be found here to help inform and prepare you should you find yourself in an Active Shooter situation.

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Individuals with significant responsibility for campus and student activities, such as campus police/security, coaches, and club advisors, among others are considered Campus Security Authorities or CSAs.

CSAs provide a critical link to getting campus community members the information and support they need when a crime has occurred.

Campus Security Authorities Additional Information and Resources

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