The Adrian College Campus Safety Department provides continuous 24-hour services designed to assist in areas of safety and security.
It is the mission of our employees to provide professional and courteous service in order to protect the safety and security of all members of the Adrian College community, including students, faculty and staff who seek a safe learning and living environment. We are located in the Caine Student Center and are open every day of the year.
|Campus Safety||517-265-5161 ext. 4333|
|Adrian Police Department||517-264-4808|
|Lenawee County Sheriff||517-263-0524|
|Michigan State Patrol||517-263-0033|
|Adrian Fire Department||517-263-0524|
|Community Mental Health Crisis Line||517-263-8905|
|National Center for Victims of Crime||800-394-2255|
Adrian College is fortunate to be located in a safe and friendly community; however, everyone must take precautions to protect themselves from becoming the victim of crime. Crime can occur anywhere; Adrian College is no exception. It is our hope that you will utilize the services and programs we provide to help keep Adrian College a safe place to learn, live, and work.
We invite everyone to read the information provided in the "Right to know Booklet" in the resources below, and to ask any questions you may have. The material in this booklet is designed to introduce you to services, policies, and programs related to Campus Safety at Adrian College. It also provides the annual campus crime statistics in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act. We have included information to help students, faculty, and staff gain a full understanding of the functions of the Department of Campus Safety.
Campus Safety Event Request
Please use the form below when requesting safety services for special events (examples may include but are not limited to: athletic events, parking lot reservations, development or conferencing events, etc). Please note that requests submitted without 48 hours notice may not be filled.
Bike Patrol on Campus
The bike patrol unit was officially launched on campus in July of 2008. The Department of Campus Safety purchased one mountain bike to be used by trained Campus Safety personnel. These trained individuals are required to bike patrol during their shifts, weather permitting. Campus Safety personnel are required to wear a two-way radio while patrolling. The bike features a headlight for over-night patrol, and a pouch attached to the back of the seat that contains a first aid kit and flashlight.
Bike patrol plays an important role in the relationship between the Department of Campus Safety and the college community. Patrolling on mountain bikes enables officers to seek out help in emergency situations more rapidly and to patrol areas that cars cannot. The bike patrolling unit will not be sent to respond to extreme emergency situations or those where multiple officers are needed.