Roseman University Security Officers
Roseman University contracts with outside professional security companies for guard services. All campuses are monitored 24 hours a day by security guards. Additionally, there are drive-by security units that check both campuses several times per evening, on weekends, and on holidays. When university sanctioned events occur on the weekends or after regular business hours, a security guard is present for the duration of the activity. Security officers are given written instructions on security policies and procedures specific to Roseman. The patrol jurisdiction of security officers is limited to any buildings or properties owned or controlled by Roseman University. Security officers are not sworn officers, but they are responsible for enforcing university policies, and those policies include enforcing violations of the law. Security Officers document violations of University policy/law and contact local law enforcement agencies to report observed violations of federal laws and state laws.
When an actual or suspected crime occurs, on campus property, including the parking lot, students/employees should report the incident to the security guard on duty. If a situation develops in which the student fears for his/her safety, he/she should immediately call 911 (9-911 from a university phone). Students are encouraged to walk in groups when leaving campus after dark. Concerns regarding campus security should be directed to the University Facilities Management Unit. Facilities Management is responsible for the administration of the security service. Although our officers do not have the authority to make an arrest, they are authorized to restrain them until the police arrive on the scene.
Reporting Crime and Suspicious Activity
Roseman University Security places a high priority on maintaining a safe campus environment. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to report any suspicious activity when it occurs. Crimes should be reported to the local police department and to the University. The following individuals are authorized to receive reports:
- Security Guard: 702-208-8841
- Director of Facilities: 702-968-2052
South Jordan Campus:
- Security Guard: 801-664-2242
- Director of Facilities: 801-878-1025
- Security Guard: 702-249-1960
- Director of Facilities: 702-968-2052
Clery Act Reporting Authorities:
Roseman University is required by the Jeanne Clery Act to report certain crimes to the Department of Education. If you are a victim or witness of a crime, please contact one of the following offices:
- Clery Compliance Manager: 801-878-1027
- Director of Facilities: See above for campus contact
- Security Guard: See above for campus contact
- Campus Security Authorities: CSA’s can get you the help and resources you need to recover from the crime committed. Please come talk to someone on the list provided in this link:
Important Security Information
Roseman is dedicated to providing a safe learning environment for our students, faculty and staff. The Facilities Unit strives to uphold an environment where civility is practiced, diversity is respected, and safety is ensured. To fulfill this goal, the Facilities Management Unit encourages campus community involvement, problem-solving and interactive relations. We welcome suggestions that will enhance our services and look forward to fostering a safe and secure environment.
In accordance with Federal Guidelines, Roseman University of Health Sciences’ Annual Campus Safety and Security Report is available to the campus community and is updated annually. A copy of the report can be obtained by clicking on the links below, or through the mail free of charge. Please call the Clery Compliance Manager at 801-878-1027 for a copy of the Annual Campus Safety and Security Report, or for a copy of the Daily Crime Log.
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is the landmark federal law, originally known as the Campus Security Act, that requires colleges and universities across the United States to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. Because the law is tied to participation in federal student financial aid programs it applies to most institutions of higher education both public and private. It is enforced by the U.S. Department of Education.
Risk Reduction for Sexual Assault
360 Stay Safe – VAWA Training
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a broad-based law formulated in 1994 in response to the increasing violence against women in America. The Act has provisions starting from funding of domestic-violence programs to new civil rights remedies for women who were victims of gender-based attacks.
Forming Healthy Relationships
It’s easy to take healthy relationships for granted. This module covers:
- Relationship values and basic relational skills
- Helps participants recognize healthy relationships and prevent relationship violence
- Identifies signs of an unhealthy relationship, and warning signs of dating violence and domestic violence
- Violent crimes, including sexual assault, are a college campus reality. This module covers:
- Definitions of non-consensual sex, sexual assault, acquaintance rape and date rape
- Legal consequences for these violent crimes
- Sexual violence
- Sexual assault prevention
- Ways to empower participants and others
- Commonly held myths about sexual assault
Harmful behaviors that can lead to dangerous situations – including assault – include:
- subtle threats
- emotional abuse
With a focus on bystander intervention training and crisis intervention techniques, this module:
Offers practical ways to empower members of your campus community to protect one another.
Equips participants to see bystander intervention as a natural extension of their global citizenship.
Crisis Management Plan
Roseman University of Health Sciences Emergency Operations Plan was prepared by the University Planning, Priorities and Resources Committee. This document sets in motion a continuous process of planning, prevention, response, and recovery to crisis events that have the highest likelihood of occurring and the greatest potential impact on the campus community. Additionally, this plan establishes an Emergency Management Team (EMT) composed of University Administrators and other essential personnel to facilitate Roseman’s response to any crisis affecting the University.
For this plan, “crisis” shall be defined as an event, which is often sudden or unexpected, that disrupts the normal operations of Roseman or its educational mission and threatens the well-being of personnel, property, financial resources, and reputation of the institution.
The Emergency Operations Plan is intended to establish a basis for the organization, policies, procedures and management of resources in order to respond to crisis events with the goals of:
- Minimizing any injury or loss of life;
- Preserving and protecting property (both personal and institutional);
- Restoring critical functions to the university; and
- Preserve the reputation of the institution.