All of us want to be alerted promptly to potentially dangerous criminal situations near our homes or workplaces so that we have both the time and the information necessary to take appropriate precautions. Applying this throughout Broward College, in accordance with Broward College Policy
6Hx2.20, it is policy to issue Timely Warning Notifications (Crime Alerts) in an effort to notify the campus community about certain crimes in and around our community. These alerts may come in a variety of forms and are designed to aid in the prevention of similar crimes.
In the event that a situation arises, either on or off campus, that, in the judgment of the Associate Vice President of Safety, Security and Emergency Preparedness constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a campus wide "Timely Warning Notice" will be issued.
The Timely Warning may be issued through a variety of methods to students, faculty, and staff to include, but are not limited to, electronic distribution through e-mail, posting of hard copies in public areas, posting on College and Campus Safety web sites, and dissemination via local media outlets. Depending on the particular circumstances of the crime/incident, especially in all situations that could pose an immediate threat to the College community and individuals, the transmittals may additionally come in the form of BC Alerts, e-mails, text messages, phone calls, computer interruptions, social media notifications, and alert banners on the Broward College website. Timely Warnings will not include confidential information or information identifying a victim/survivor of a crime.
The below are archived Timely Warning Notices (Crime Alerts)