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Calling in a Tip


Someone can call the North Greenville University Campus Safety & Security by dialing (864) 977-7777. Then give your information to a dispatcher or request to speak an Officer. This person has the opportunity to report a crime, criminal activity or a violation of the North Greenville University policy or The Handbook. A person can identify themself or give a report anonymously. In either case, be sure to speak clearly and give all the information known so that a proper investigation of the incident can be thoroughly and completely done. Give the following information:


Where the incident occurred or will happen, Who was or is involved, What the incident was or is going to be, When the Incident occurred or will happen. Make sure your information is accurate! If you choose to identify yourself, please leave your name and contact information.


Report a Crime On-Line


On the NGU Office of Campus Safety & SecurityWebsite, a person can click on the “Report a Crime” link and complete one of the questionnaires with your identification information included or anonymously to report a crime or submit a tip about a criminal activity on campus.When you submit the report, it is then emailed to the Office of Campus Safety & Security. The information given needs to be honest, accurate and reported as soon as possible. Be complete in all


descriptions given. The more complete the information is, the better Campus Safety & Security can investigate the crime and bring resolutions to the incident.


Policy Statement Concerning Counselors with Confidential Reporting


On-campus professional and pastoral counselors are permitted confidentiality as guaranteed by South Carolina Code of Law (Chapter 75, Article 1, Section 40-75-190). Therefore, everything said in therapy is confidential and will not be disclosed except when reporting is required by South Carolina state law, including the following: (1) suspected abuse of a child, developmentally disabled person, or a dependent adult; (2) potential suicidal behavior; (3) threatened harm to another, which may include knowledge that the client is HIV positive when there is an unwillingness to inform individuals with whom the client is intimately involved; and (4) when required by court order. Information may also be disclosed if a client signs a written authorization or in the event that a complaint is filed by the client against the counselor. If client has caller identification on their phone, the name of the counselor may appear on the monitor. All supervision or consultation professionals are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as previously stated herein. CampusMinistry and Student Engagement employees are bound by the Federal Statute: Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99). However, in the interest of safety within our campus community, all counselors are encouraged at their discretion to inform individuals they counsel that he or she may voluntarily and confidentially


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