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 The nature, date, time and general location of each crime; and  The disposition of the complaint, if known;  Medical calls for assistance;  Other major calls for assistance requiring Campus Safety & Security presence  Fire and fire alarm activation with location and cause


NGU Office of Campus Safety & Security complies with federal law that prohibits the disclosure of the names of victims when publishing the daily crime log.


Access to Campus Facilities, Including Campus Residences


The Campus Safety & Security Department of North Greenville University takes many steps to ensure the safety of our students while on campus. This includes but is not limited to the locking, securing and unlocking, opening of buildings.


Non-Residential Buildings


During normal business hours, most non-residential buildings, including office buildings, classroom buildings, the dining hall, and the library, are open to the public. All non-residential campus buildings open to the public are checked and secured nightly at a time specified by Campus Safety & Security officers.


Residential Buildings


All residential buildings are secured twenty-four hours per day. J.R. Howard Residence Hall, Cline Residence Hall, Hartness Residence Hall, Howard Residence Hall, Simpson Residence Hall, Emery Residence Hall, Horton-Tingle Residence Hall, Trustee Residence Hall, Self Residence Hall, Roberson Residence Hall, Vandiver Residence Hall, Martin Residence Hall, Unit C, Unit G; Georgia Residence Hall, and Marshall Residence Hall are secured with a magnetic lock. Residents of these buildings are given a key card which grants them access only to their respective residence hall. Chinquapin House 100, Chinquapin House 14, Chinquapin House 12, Chinquapin House 8, Chinquapin House 4, Foster House 2, Foster House 4,


Unit A, Unit B, are secured by keypad lock. Only residence who know their building’s unique 4-digit code may access that residence house or unit. All remaining residence halls, houses, and apartments are secured by a traditional key lock that is unique to that building. Within each residence building, each room is secured by a traditional key lock. Only the residents of a room, their Resident Assistant and their Resident Coordinator have key access to a room.


As access may be necessary while fulfilling job responsibilities, staff members from Campus Safety & Security, Campus Enhancement (Maintenance), and CMSE also have access to every residence building and room.


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