Campus safety is on the minds of SLCC administrators. Find out how students can do their part to make campus a safer place.
The SLCC Public Safety Department has added new officers to increase evening security for students and faculty.
The murder of 21-year-old Lauren McCluskey has prompted questions about campus police departments and their ability to protect students.
SLCC has resources in place to help and protect students, faculty and staff affected by sexual assault.
SLCC allows any concealed carry permit holder to carry on campus. But the decision to do so varies from person to person.
Take a look at what crime occurs most often at SLCC and how you can protect yourself.
Theft is the most common crime at Salt Lake Community College campuses. Read through some of the data and learn what you can do to avoid becoming a statistic.
The Utah Highway Patrol provides security services at four SLCC campuses. Learn how to protect yourself at school and who to call if you need assistance.
SLCC will ask students, faculty and staff to “drop, cover and hold on” during a statewide earthquake drill on Thursday.
As campus shootings become an all-too-common occurrence, Heidi Bledsoe explains how SLCC and the Utah Highway Patrol prepare for any and all emergencies and how students can also make the campus safer.
Salt Lake Community College students are allowed use Tasers or mace while on campus as an added security measure.