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The campus shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon is a sad reminder of the need to be properly educated on the best course of action if someone is ever in a similar situation.
The Oklahoma State University Police Department trains routinely on how to respond to a campus shooting. In addition, the department’s community outreach and education officer conducts one-hour training sessions for any group on campus. Part of that training includes the “Shots Fired” video that is available for any OSU student or employee.
It is also important for each member of the campus community to know there are resources to address issues of emotional or mental distress. The university encourages anyone to report suspicious behavior to police immediately or if there is a concern for a fellow student or employee’s emotional or mental well-being to reach out to the Behavior Consultation Team (BCT) on campus.
In order to keep the campus as safe as possible, it is important all members of the campus community educate themselves on personal safety. In addition, if you see something, say something.
BCT Hotline: 405.744.3333
University Counseling Services: 405.744.5458
OSU Police Department: 405.744.6523
Orange Shield can be utilized to send iReport to police. Download the safety app at the links below.
SAFETY AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
ORANGE SHIELD is available to students, employees and visitors. Download the safety app today in the Apple or Google Play stores.
ORANGE SHIELD FEATURES
Connect to police immediately
Non-emergency police contact
Request Public Service Officer
Send a photo, video or report to police
Peer-to-peer text alert system
See routes and schedules of The BUS
Personal profile including medical information
- Cowboy Alert System
- Important Phone Numbers
- Campus Maps
- Police Activity Summaries