Campus Safety and Security
The Aims Campus Safety and Security department strives to maintain a safe and secure learning and working environment by providing law enforcement and armed security patrols at all campus locations.
The department facilitates safety and security-related training, organizes and conducts drills, provides safety escorts, maintains a robust video surveillance system, oversees fire and burglar alarm systems, responds to crisis incidents and develops emergency management plans and checklists for all campus locations and also manages parking.
Aims uses a no-cost parking permit program to ensure safety and security for our faculty, staff, students and visitors. Parking permits are available by contacting the Student Activities, Inclusion and Leadership department.
Aims students, faculty and staff can download smartphone apps that make it easy to contact Campus Security in an emergency, request a virtual escort, report incidents, access emergency protocols and set up alerts.
If an item is found on campus, bring it to the Lost and Found at the Campus Safety and Security office on the campus where it was found.
For non-emergency situations at any of our campuses, you may anonymously report crimes by calling our security officers at the appropriate location listed in the sidebar or by submitting an incident report.
Any student, visitor, faculty or staff member can request an escort when crossing campus alone, at any time, by calling the appropriate Campus Security office.
Find more Aims, local, state and federal safety resources to help you prepare for emergencies and disasters.
Campus Safety and Security Staff
Aims Campus Safety and Security Staff are dedicated to supporting the safety and security of students, faculty, staff and visitors on all Aims campuses.