Public Safety is pleased to offer the campus community the following services. Please call our 24/7 telephone line at 320-308-3333 for further information or to utilize one of the below services.
SCSU Public Safety offers an active threat training class. Please reach out to David Schnettler at email@example.com to discuss setting up a class.
SCSU in partnership with St. Cloud Police department offer a 1 credit, 8 week, self defense class. Please reach out to Lisa McEwan at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Public Safety offers American Heart Association CPR/First Aid and AED classes at SCSU. For more information please reach out to Kreston Gammon at Kreston.email@example.com
Escorts can be provided during evening hours for all students, employees and guests concerned about their safety. Please call 320-308-3333 to request an escort.
Public Safety Provides door unlocks for students and staff who already have approved access but have forgotten their key or student ID. For all pre-planned door unlocks please contact Facilities Management at 320-308-3166
Public Safety Officers can provide Jump Starts for students, employees and guests who park in SCSU parking lots. Call 320-308-3333 to request a Jump Start.
If you have lost property on campus, please call 320-308-3333. If you believe you lost your property off-campus, please call St. Cloud Police Department at 320-444-1200.
Reports can be filed in person at Public Safety or you can request an officer meet you at an on-campus location. Some reports can be filed over the phone. Please call 320-308-3333 to request an officer. If it is an emergency, please call 911.
Public Safety offers a fingerprinting service for current students, staff and faculty, for those going to study abroad, those who need a teaching licensure and for on-campus employment. Please call 320-308-3333 to set up an appointment. If you are being fingerprinted for a teaching licensure, please bring an educational card. To request a fingerprint card contact firstname.lastname@example.org Everyone must bring a picture ID of DL, Military ID or passport.
Effective January 1, 1996, Minnesota State Law requires that all candidates applying for initial licensure (for education or work) be finger printed for national criminal background checks. The background check requires that one fingerprint card be submitted with the initial licensure application. A state background check will also be conducted.
Public Safety Dispatchers monitor more than 350 on campus cameras. The purpose of electronic video security monitoring is to support personal safety, deter crime, and provide an investigation tool.
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