Incident Report Intake Process

Campus Safety Incident Report Intake Process

  • We take every incident/complaints seriously  & investigate accordingly  to support a safe and inclusive campus
  • When information are received they are triaged based on the level of emergent need. This triage includes a set of questions asked by either the dispatcher or investigating officer.
1. INCIDENT REPORT RECEIVED 2. LOG & ASSIGNMENT 3. FULL INVESTIGATION 4. REVIEW & PUBLISH
Incident reported via phone, in person or via an officer reporting a concern Dispatch logs incident and assigns to officer to respond & investigate & may escalate to a supervisor as needed Officer responds, investigates and completes report Report is reviewed by a supervisor; all incidents are published on 60-day crime log/website with incident type, incident number, date/time, location &  disposition

When Should an Incident Report Be Written? 

An officer prepares an incident report to document significant and/or unusual events or emergencies involving individuals who receive services and/or support.  

Examples: 

Criminal offenses  -  Personal injury  -   Vehicle collisions  -   Any incident involving the police or fire department

Note:

Incidents that are unusual in nature are generally classified as Informational or Suspicious Circumstances.

 

Complaint Process Regarding Campus Safety Staff

  • Refer to Organizational Excellence Human Resource Here