SHARP (Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention) Workshops
The Public Safety Department will be offering a series of workshops every semester. Each session will be 2 hours. National statistics show there is a high incidence of sexual assault on college campuses. This information will help you to understand sexual assault and tools to lessen the possibility of this occurring. These workshops are open to any Kirtland student at no cost.
Please check for future SHARP Workshops here.
You probably won’t realize the Public Safety officers are all around Kirtland — until you need one.
If you ever lock yourself out of your car, lose something or find yourself needing an escort, the people in the polo shirt and slacks, will be there to serve and protect you.
Your safety at Kirtland is more important to us. Should anything dangerous happen on campus, Kirtland’s Public Safety officers will make every attempt to keep you safe.
You’re likely to need them when you have:
- locked your keys in your vehicle
- filed a personal protection order against someone and need an escort
- lost something of value
- need a jump
You are at Kirtland to learn or work. Public Safety officers are ready to help you when unpredictable events get in your way.
Do you know what to do in an emergency? Read our Emergency Preparedness Guide (pdf)
Search the Michigan Sex Offender registry
Check the NOAA website for severe weather information
Campus Security Report (pdf)
Public Safety Services
Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Referral Form
Anonymous Tip Form
Frequently Asked Questions
Parking and Traffic Safety on Campus
Do you require assistance for an Emergency Evacuation?
If you are a student that will require assistance in case of an emergency evacuation, Click here to register for this service.
Visitors: If you are here for the day and will require assistance in case of an emergency evacuation, please call Campus Security at extension 355.
Related Safety Links
Campus Security Report
As required under the Jeanne Clery Act (20 U.S.C. § 1092(f)), each year the college is required to prepare an Annual Security Report of crime statistics that were committed on Kirtland campuses, in or on a non-campus building or property, or on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus, and inform employees where this information can be located. The report prepared by the Kirtland Department of Public Safety is located at http://www.kirtland.edu/campus-security-report.
Anyone may obtain a paper copy of the Annual Security Report through the Public Safety Department office or by calling 989 275-5000 extension 322. There is no fee charged for this report.