Wayne State College Security believes that a community
committed to the prevention of crime promotes the safest
possible environment. When a person enrolls at WSC,
Officers patrol the campus on foot, on bicycle and in a marked security vehicle. Officers provide a visible deterrent and active response to criminal activity.
Escort services are available to campus members and visitors. A campus Security Officer or campus safety patrol personnel will accompany pedestrians on campus property during night-time hours or anytime a person is apprehensive about walking alone.
Security shuttle service assists physically challenged members of the community with transportation to sites on campus. The shuttle is driven by a uniformed security officer and radio dispatched by WSC Campus Security.
A full-time Crime Prevention Officer presents pro grams to educate, inform and encourage all members of the college community to practice crime prevention tech niques. The information and programs available from the Crime Prevention Officer include:
Maintenance and security of campus facilities are the responsibilities of the entire campus community. Staff members attend to the college’s buildings and grounds with con sideration for safety and security. Report irregular conditions, such as broken windows or locks, burned out lights, or other hazards, to the Security Department, 375-7216. The security officers will respond promptly to safety and security concerns. Security will contact maintenance staff in a timely manner and inform them of each situation.