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To deter crime and assist the Marygrove College Campus Safety Department in protecting:
This policy applies to students, faculty, employees, contractors, consultants, temporary help and other workers at Marygrove College, including all personnel affiliated with third parties who use surveillance cameras in College facilities, and/or conduct surveillance monitoring and recording.
This policy does not apply to:
Any item, system, camera, technology device, communications device used alone or in conjunction with a network for the purpose of gathering, monitoring, recording or storing an image or images of College facilities and/or people in College facilities.
Images captured by surveillance cameras may be real-time or preserved for review at a later date. Such devices may include, but are not limited to the following:
Using surveillance cameras or other related technology to observe, review or store visual images for the purpose of deterring crime and protecting the safety and security of the Marygrove College community.
All College areas on College-owned, leased or controlled property, both internal and external, including offices, common spaces, labs and other areas.
Marygrove College is committed to enhancing the quality of campus life by integrating the best security practices with state-of-the-art technology. The College’s use of surveillance cameras for surveillance monitoring or recording must be:
Violations of these procedures may result in disciplinary action in accordance with the policies, contracts, rules and regulations governing College employees.
The Campus Safety Department will train designated personnel on the responsible use of the information and technology. Designated personnel will also be supervised by a specific supervisor, with periodic review performed by the Director of Campus Safety or his/her designee.
Retention and Release of Information
To inform the Marygrove College community that timely safety warnings will be used to alert the College community of criminal activity that may pose a safety threat on and around campus.
This policy applies to students, employees, faculty, contractors, consultants, temporary help and other workers at Marygrove College, including all personnel affiliated with third parties.
The Campus Safety Department will issue timely safety warnings to the Marygrove Community about crimes on and around our campus. For purposes of this policy, “timely” generally means within 24 hours after an incident has been brought to the attention of a campus safety authority, as defined in the Jeanne Clery Act. The Campus Safety Department will also maintain compliance with all applicable provisions of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act as mandated by the United States Department of Education.
When a safety warning is issued, the issuing authority must immediately notify representatives of the Dean of Students office, Communications Department, Campus Safety Dispatcher and other necessary administration of Marygrove College. Notification shall also be issued to local police departments, if applicable.
The safety committee consists of staff, faculty and students who meet and talk about safety issues facing the Marygrove community. It meets on the third Tuesday of each month from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the faculty lounge.
Here is a list of things you can do to help make yourself safer.
There are several parking lots on campus for faculty, staff, and students, but there are rules and regulations to use them.
Faculty, staff and students need to purchase a parking permit to park in the parking lots. Parking permits cost $15 per semester ($30 per year). The parking permits are little plastic signs, and people are required to hang them from the rearview mirrors in their cars where they are visible. Parking permits can be purchased in the Campus Security office which is the Liberal Arts building room 130 which is a small office to the side of the main doors in the Liberal Arts building.
There are places on campus where it is against the rule to park. Cars parked there will be ticketed. The fines for parking violations are:
Students who are ticketed will have the amount charged to their account. If a student feels that a ticket was issued incorrectly, they have ten days to appeal the ticket by scheduling a hearing with the director of Campus Safety. At the hearing, a panel of three members from the Safety Committee will hear the student’s appeal and dismiss the ticket or make the student pay.
The Parking Enforcement Unit of the Detroit Police Department will issue tickets to chronic violators of Marygrove’s parking policy. Payment for these tickets will have to be made to the City of Detroit.