Safety and Security
Keiser University considers the safety and security of all university community members integral to its educational mission.
In preparation for natural and man-made emergencies, Keiser University has developed an emergency management strategy that is intended to prevent, prepare, respond and recover from disasters while providing a safe and secure environment to students, staff, faculty and visitors.
Each Keiser University campus takes various precautionary measures to protect the students, staff, faculty and campus visitors. Nevertheless, unavoidable emergencies may occur in extreme situations. Therefore, each campus has a Campus Response Team (CRT) that implements and oversees the campus response to a crisis situation. CRT members serve as the Campus Security Authority (CSA) and as the Title IX Responsible Employee. The CRT receives training in dealing with crisis situations and will primarily direct the immediate response to a crisis situation until the arrival of law enforcement and / or emergency response personnel.
Additional information pertaining to Safety and Security may be found by clicking on the link below or on the right side of this webpage page, under the “Resources” tab:
- Annual Security Report – Statement of policies, compliance, crime reporting procedures, Title IX and drug and alcohol abuse policy.
- How to Find Assistance – List of campus, local, state and national resources to assist students.
- Training Materials for Title IX – foundational training to those individuals who will help to administer the Title IX required process, including Title IX coordinators, investigators, adjudicators, advisors, appeal officers, and individuals responsible for managing informal resolutions.
- Staff and Faculty Emergency Procedures – Campus safety, security and well-being information for staff and faculty.
- Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA) – Sexual Offender Information from 2002 – Information advising the campus community where state law enforcement agency information concerning registered sex offenders / predators may be obtained.
- Useful Safety Links – Helpful web-based information and referrals to law enforcement, emergency management and community resources that address safety, personal, family and financial Needs
- Title IX Resources – Overview of the university policies and procedures related to the intake, investigation, resolution, and implementation of supportive measures to stop, remediate, and prevent discrimination, harassment, and retaliation based on sex.
- Violence Against Women Act Resources – University policies and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding sexual harassment, sexual violence, and sex discrimination, including dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
Safety, Security and Well-Being
Important campus safety, security and well-being information.