Campus Crime Watch
To establish a community-led movement on campus in partnership with public and private institutions to create a safer environment free of crime, violence, and illicit drugs in order to foster good citizenship throughout the campus.
- Create a crime-free and drug-free campus environment that allows for safe learning environment.
- Instill positive values, foster good citizenship, and build self-confidence among students.
- Enable students to become resources for preventing criminal and destructive activity both on campus and the surrounding community.
Crime Prevention Programs:
The Campus Public Safety Departments offer to students, faculty, and staff crime prevention programs that are useful in the protection of property and contribute to the physical well-being of the campus community. The programs relate to aspects of crime prevention and personal safety and are arranged at the convenience of the persons interested in the information. The programs are designed to serve as a deterrent to criminal activity. All programs are arranged upon request and can be offered to specific College offices, departments, or organizations where applicable.
- Personal Safety Program
The Campus Public Safety Departments provide a limited escort program particularly during the evening hours, for people walking on campus to the parking lots. Students, faculty and staff are asked to walk with others when possible and to choose paths that are well lit.
- New Student Orientation
Crime prevention materials are provided and questions answered during new student orientation meetings.
- Blue Light Emergency Phones
Blue Light Emergency Phones are located in prominent locations on the campus parking lots. In addition, some campuses are equipped with Blue Light Emergency Phones in high traffic areas within buildings. The Blue Light Emergency Phones connect callers directly to the Campus Public Safety Department dispatch center, which will notify police or fire personnel to respond as appropriate to the situation.
- Crime Prevention Material
Brochures and posters related to substance abuse, personal safety, seat belt use, motor vehicle and bicycle theft prevention, and office security are distributed campus wide.
- Crime Prevention Presentations
Presentations are available through the Campus Public Safety Departments upon request. Call the appropriate number listed below for your campus.
Hialeah Campus Public Safety
Homestead Campus Public Safety
InterAmerican Campus Public Safety
Kendall Campus Public Safety
Medical Center Campus Public Safety
North Campus Public Safety
West Campus Public Safety
Wolfson Campus Public Safety
- Victim Assistance Referral Program
Referrals to various agencies that assist victims of crime are made through the appropriate Campus Public Safety Department or Dean for Student Services Office.
- Crime Alert
Campus community members are notified of any violent incident or crime against property occurring on campus, which may pose a threat to their personal safety and security.
- Crime Prevention Tips
Flyers on specific crime prevention topics are posted at strategic locations throughout the campuses, on the MDC public website and printed in the student newspapers.