Crime Reporting, Prevention and Awareness
Alpena Community College works closely with law enforcement agencies to protect the safety and security of our campus communities. The College provides education and awareness programs designed to cultivate a caring population of involved people who report suspicious and unlawful behavior to police and designated College officials.
All students, staff, faculty and visitors are encourage to report criminal offenses to law enforcement and to designated college officials. A directory of phone numbers for law enforcement agencies and college officials is found at Policy 7003. To report an emergency on any campus, dial 911.
The College also has identified Campus Security Authorities, who have a responsibility to report crimes and other incidents as required by The Clery Act and other federal law.
A list of Campus Security Authorities, incident report forms, and other information can be found on the Safety Resources pages.
ACC regularly provides students and employees with information about crime prevention and security awareness. Information on personal safety, including avoidance and prevention of theft vandalism, sexual assault, and sexual violence is provided in a brochure entitled “Prevention and Awareness of Sexual Misconduct - Know Your Rights, Protect Yourself” and “Prevention and Awareness of Crimes, Sexual Violence and Sexual Assault”