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Our department strives to provide a safe and secure environment for the entire university community. Our mission is to provide service and to enforce state laws and university regulations and policies in a courteous and professional manner.
Our officers take a community-oriented approach to their jobs. Maintaining an environment where everyone feels safe and secure requires a cooperative and collaborative effort between all members of the university community.
We are involved with all aspects of life at FIU. As demonstrated throughout the university, we too value diversity and strive to treat everyone with respect and dignity. We are committed to providing fair and impartial law enforcement services.
Please familiarize yourself with this safety guide. It provides information on a variety of security-related services, programs, policies and statistics. Should a situation arise which may impact the university community, the FIUPD will alert the community in a timely manner. We wish you success in your endeavors at FIU whether it is as a student, faculty, staff member or visitor.
Please feel free to contact us at One of our professional staff members is ready to address your questions or concerns.
If you have any suggestions about how we can provide better police service, let us know online at police. The prosecution of vehicle identification information, as hours a day, seven days a week at both all criminal offenses, both felony and well as other local, state and federal law misdemeanor, are conducted by the State enforcement information.
All university police officers are certified by the State of Florida and have complete police authority to apprehend and arrest anyone involved in illegal acts on FIU campuses and areas immediately adjacent to the campuses.
FIU e-mail will be available to for developing contingency plans and new students 24 hours after the student is continuity of operations plans for their registered. To sign onto FIU e-mail go to staffs and areas of responsibility.
The In the event of an actual emergency, web page panthermail. These tests are designed to assess and evaluate the emergency plans and capabilities of the university. Students should Emergency Management Plan CEMP is take responsibility for regularly checking an all hazards emergency management have received training in incident their e-mail.
In order to receive campus- plan that establishes the procedures command and responding to critical wide e-mail announcements, students incidents on campus.
When a serious must have a university e-mail account. In addition, the appropriate segment of the community Department. Typically, both departments FIUPD has a responsibility to respond if the threat is limited to a particular work together to manage the incident.
Depending on the nature of the incident, situation does, in fact, pose a threat to the The FIUPD will, without delay and taking other FIU departments and other local, community.
If that is the case, federal law into account the safety of the community, state or federal agencies may also be requires that the university immediately determine the content of the notification involved in responding to the incident.
Some or all of these methods of of responding to, and summoning the community, then the FIU community will communication may be activated in the necessary resources FIUPD to mitigate, be notified by all or some of the systems investigate and document any situation described below to communicate the that may cause a significant emergency threat to the FIU community or to the event of an immediate threat to the FIU campus community.
These methods of communication include but are not limited to FIU network e-mails, emergency cell phone text messages and voicemails, electronic message boards, an audible and visual message via VOIP telephones in every classroom and office, indoor and outdoor speakers, emergency callboxes, social media e.
Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures The campus will immediately notify the campus community upon the confirmation 6 of a significant emergency or dangerous Residential Life to evaluate egress and card, etc.
Reports prepared procedures for your building close your health or safety of students or employees by EHS identify deficient equipment door, proceed to the nearest exit and occurring on the campus. An evacuation and behavioral patterns so that use the stairs instead of the elevators.
Once you have evacuated, seek shelter at Health and Safety Department EHS Recommendations for improvements the nearest university building quickly. If for university campus buildings twice are also submitted to the appropriate police or fire department personnel are on a year.
Residents are not advised in year. The Housing and Residential Life staff come from several sources including advance about the designated locations members are trained in these procedures the FIUPD, Housing and Residential Life for long-term evacuations because those and act as an ongoing resource for the members, other university employees, decisions are affected by time of day, students living in residential facilities.
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