Alpena Community College

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Campus Safety Information

Campus Safety Information & Resources

Mandated reporting under Michigan P.A. 52 of 2019, Section 209a, the Fiscal Year 2020 community colleges appropriations act.
Emergency Contact Numbers

Police:
Alpena Campus Safety Officer: Located in CTR 110D. Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.; some evening hours. Email: jasonc@alpena.mi.us. Cell: 989.884.3448
Michigan State Police – Alpena 989.354.4101
Alpena City Police 989.354.1800
Alpena County Sheriff’s Office 989.354.9830
Oscoda Township Police 989.739.9113
Iosco County Sheriff’s Office 989.362.6164
Emergencies – Dial 911

Hospitals:
MidMichigan Medical Center
1501 West Chisholm Street, Alpena, MI
Main Switchboard 989.356.7390
Emergency Room 989.356.7252

St. Joseph Health System
200 Hemlock Road, Tawas City, MI
989.362.3411

Title IX Contact Information

Students report to:
Nancy Seguin
Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Office: Van Lare Hall Room 109 — M-F, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
seguinn@alpenacc.edu
Phone 989.358.7212

Employees report to:
Carolyn Daoust
Title IX Coordinator and Director of Human Resources
Office: Van Lare Hall Room 102 — M-F, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
daoustc@alpenacc.edu
Phone 989.358.7211

Safety and Security Resources

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 encouraged 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.


Policies regarding minors on College propertyACC Policy 2003, Visitors Policy, states:
"Minor children shall be in the company and care of a responsible adult at all times, and may not be present in classrooms, laboratories, or other instructional or work areas during class session or work hours unless authorized in an organized group." See the ACC Policies & Procedures Manual for more information.

Resources regarding sexual assault


Community Agencies:

Hope Shores Alliance of Alpena 989.356.2560
Hope Shores Alliance of Oscoda 989.739.0144
Hope Shores Alliance Toll-Free 800.396.9129
Legal Services 989.356.9081
Department of Human Services 989.354.7200
Community Mental Health 989.356.2161

Personal Protection Orders:
Alpena County Circuit Court 989.354.9573 
Iosco County Circuit Court 989.846.6200

Campus Security Policies and Crime Statistics
The ACC Annual Security Report includes the crime statistics report and ACC policies regarding safety and security.
2018 Crime Statistics Report