Columbia College Chicago is committed to the safety and security of its faculty, staff, students and guests. This Campus Violence Prevention Plan (CVPP) articulates the College's policies and programs designed to prevent, reduce and/or manage violence – should it occur on campus. The Plan is inter-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional. It applies to and requires the participation of all members of the "Campus Community" as well as third parties (ie. contracted employees) and facilitates partnerships with local law enforcement.
In compliance with the Illinois Campus Security Enhancement Act of 2008, institutions of higher education in Illinois are required to develop an inter-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional campus violence prevention plan, which includes annual training and exercises. This Plan is a comprehensive document founded on established principles of early intervention, proactive engagement, and the provision of prompt and comprehensive responses to those affected by violent acts. Uniquely tailored to the specifics of Columbia’s culture and environment, the Plan:
*** Public Comment Opportunity on Draft of Campus Violence Prevention Plan ***
Campus Safety and Security at Columbia College Chicago has opened a comment period for the Draft Campus Violence Protection Plan. This is a working draft prepared by Campus Safety and Security. Feedback and suggestions received shall be provided to the Campus Violence Prevention Committee. The final Plan is subject to revision, modification, advice, and approval of the Campus Violence Prevention Committee.
The comment period will close October 26, 2022
Please review the draft plan and provide your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest and participation in campus safety.