The College of Biblical Studies is committed to the safety of our students and staff. Our priority is to create a campus environment in which people are safe from physical harm and property is secure, in a manner that meets or exceeds federal, state and local laws, as well as CBS policies that regulate these matters. It is the intent of CBS to provide a safe and secure environment for students, visitors, and others with whom we serve. CBS has zero tolerance for violent acts or threats of violence. Emergency procedures are provided on the left. You are encouraged to read through and familiarize yourself with each procedure. If you have any questions about the procedures, please contact the director of real estate operations at email@example.com.
The CBS Watchman Alert System uses text, email, and voice messages to alert CBS students and employees in the event of an emergency or urgent situation. Alert messages are sent to registered mobile phones, home phones and email addresses.
If you see a crime happening on CBS campus or are a victim of a crime, please call 911 security immediately.
CBS shall take all necessary steps to provide a safe and secure structure for the protection of its students, faculty, and staff members. The building will be opened based on an approved schedule and will remain locked otherwise.
Drug and Alcohol Prevention
It is the policy of CBS that the unlawful use, manufacture, sale, attempted sale, distribution, transfer, purchase, attempted purchase, cultivation, or possession of a controlled substance, alcohol, or any illicit drug on campus, in the workplace, or off-campus as part of any campus activities is prohibited. CBS believes that spiritual, emotional, physical, social, intellectual, and physical developments have their greatest growth free from mind-altering illicit drugs and alcohol.
In Case Of Emergency, Call 911
You should call 911 to report all emergencies, including an active shooter on the premises, fire alarms, bomb threats, chemical spills, medical emergencies, hazardous materials incidents, or any incident that will require a rapid response.
You will be required to provide the 911 operator with the following information:
• Your name
• The location of the emergency (building, floor, room number)
• Your location (building, floor, room number)
• The nature of the emergency
• How many persons are involved in the emergency
Based upon the information that you supply to the 911 operator, assistance (i.e., police, fire department personnel, hazmat team, medical personnel) will be dispatched, as required.