2019 TMCC Annual Security Report

5 How to Report a Crime When reporting an emergency, crime or suspicious activity at the university, follow these steps: For Emergencies: Dial 911, Give your name and location (state specifically that you are at the university), Briefly describe the activity you are reporting, Request medical attention if needed, Remain calm and speak slowly, Stay on the phone until the dispatcher ends the call, If possible, give a description of the person (s) and vehicle involved, location or direction of travel and presence of weapons if known For non-emergency situations: Dial (775) 334– COPS (2677) or use the on- line report form from the University Police Services web page at: www.unr.edu/police. If you are uncomfortable reporting an incident to University Police Services, you may contact any Campus Security Authority. Campus Security Authorities (CSA) are individuals who are employed at, do business on, or volunteer at any College campus or sponsored event. Crime reports can be made to any CSA in confidence. CSA’s will only report to University Police Services for statistical purposes, that an incident occurred without revealing any personally identifying information. Disclosures by any CSA may not trigger an investigation into an incident against the reporting student’s wishes, except in certain circumstances that pose an immediate or ongoing threat to campus safety. Daily Crime Log A daily log of reported crimes is maintained by University Police Services records division in accordance with the Clery Act. The crime log includes the type of incident, reported date and time of occurrence and general location as well as the disposition of the incident, if this information is known. The crime log for the TMCC Main Campus is available online at http://www.unr.edu/police/daily- crime-log. The crime log can also be viewed by the public at the University Police Services Substation Office in the Red Mountain Building Monday— Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (excluding holidays on which college offices are closed). The crime log for the TMCC Redfield Campus is available online at http://www.unr.edu/police/daily- crime-log. The crime log can also be viewed by the public at the University Police Services Redfield Substation located on the Redfield Campus room 102. The crime log for the TMCC Meadowood Center is available online at http://www.unr.edu/police/daily- crime-log. The crime log can also be viewed by the public on the bulletin board in the elevator lobby on the first floor of the Meadowood Center. The crime log for the TMCC N. J. Redfield Performing Arts Center is available online at http:// www.unr.edu/police/daily-crime-log. The crime log can also be viewed by the public at the N. J. Redfield Performing Arts Center.. The crime log for the TMCC William N. Pennington Applied Technology Center is available online at http://www.unr.edu/police/daily-crime-log. The crime log can also be viewed by the public at the William N. Pennington Applied Technology Center.

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