The effectiveness campus safety and security policies and procedures relies on active support of the students, faculty and staff. Everyone at NMC shares the responsibility to be prepared to take appropriate and deliberate action when an emergency arises.
Your safety and well-being is the overarching goal of the NMC Campus Safety and Health Committee. Campus Safety and Health Committee promotes safety by reviewing areas of concern, updating institutional policies and increasing awareness in the campus community. Each year in October, the Committee hosts Safety Week which includes events to inform the community about safety issues such as fire, social media, crisis intervention and bystander intervention training.
Report any incident or occurrence that is out of the ordinary including, but not limited to, complaints from external constituents, missing persons or any situation not related to illness or injury.
If the situation involves illness or injury, a Student Incident Form must be filled out and submitted within 24 hours.
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, formerly the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, requires institutions of higher education participating in Title IV programs to annually disclose information related to security policies and specific crime statistics to all current students, employees and the Secretary of Education. This information must also be provided to prospective students and employees upon request.