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Campus Security Alerts
CAMPUS SAFETY ALERTS
Should a situation arise that, in the judgment of the President or designee constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a campus wide “alert” will be issued. These notifications are electronically transmitted to every computer terminal on campus, excluding student workstations. Staff and faculty members must be logged on to receive the emergency alerts. The College has the capacity of sending emergency text messages to faculty and staff cell phones that have registered for the service.
EMERGENCY ALERT LEVELS
Critical incidents can be classified by four levels of response: low level, evacuation, secure in place and resumption of normal operations. College officials will assess each incident, determine which alert level is appropriate and implement mass notification as necessary.
LOW LEVEL ALERT – Alert 1
Given when an incident or situation is occurring on or near campus requiring personnel to be alert to suspicious persons and/or surroundings.
Example: Asheville High Incident
EVACUATE – Alert 2
Given when an incident or situation calls for a specific area of campus to be evacuated and secured.
Example: Bomb Threat
SECURE IN PLACE – Alert 3
Given when an incident or situation is occurring on campus and evacuation would pose a greater threat to human life.
Example: Hostage/Gunman Situation, Severe Weather
RESUME NORMAL OPERATIONS (ALL CLEAR)
Given when an incident or situation has been resolved. College personnel may resume normal operations.
OTHER CAMPUS SAFETY ALERTS
In the event an alert is activated, Campus Police will enlist the aid of certain college employees for incident management. This group will consist of personnel from Plant Operations, Emergency Services Academy, and designated building contacts. All enlisted people will be identified by neon green security vests.
Certain areas of campus that operate under specific regulations, such as Middle/Early College and Day Care, will receive notification of incidents, regardless of location or severity, as standard operating procedure.