For off-campus emergencies, dial 911. NGU Campus Safety & Security and the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office have a mutual aid and working agreement. Each department augments the other within their jurisdictions during mutual investigations, arrest, and prosecutions.

In general, information regarding the results of any disciplinary proceeding conducted by the institution against a student or employee who is the alleged perpetrator of any crime of violence or a non-forcible sex offense will not be released to any member of the public, but upon written request, will be released to the alleged victim and the next of kin if the victim is deceased.

Victims reporting offenses to a campus security authority will be told by the campus security authority that they have the option of having the offense handled by the university, by the campus police department or the local police department. Victims of crimes have the right not to report to law enforcement.

Accurate and Prompt Crime Reporting

The North Greenville University Campus Safety & Security department strongly encourages any victims of or witnesses to a crime to report it immediately. However, we realize this is not always possible. In situations where immediate reporting is not possible, we encourage those with knowledge of an incident to come forward as promptly as possible. In some situations, a victim may not be able to come forward for various reasons. Therefore, the witness could be the only voice for the victim. In order to for incidents to be reported accurately, we encourage those who are not able to immediately come forward to record the events they witnessed in writing so that no pertinent details will be


If an incident occurs on the Tigerville Campus of North Greenville University, it will fall under the jurisdiction of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office. If an incident occurs on the Greer Campus of North Greenville University, it will fall under the jurisdiction of the Greer Police Department. Either agency can be contacted to report an incident by dialing 911. Campus Safety & Security is establishing MOUs and fully cooperates with both law enforcement agencies in the event of an investigation.

Confidentiality in Reporting

Crimes reported to Campus Safety and Security will be investigated. In the state of South Carolina, the names of those who report an alleged crime are a matter of public record once the investigation is concluded. Therefore, we cannot guarantee confidentiality to those who report a crime. However, in most cases, the victim of the alleged crime has the option to decline prosecution. There are some exceptions for some sexually-based offenses. However, incidents reported to CMSE as only a disciplinary matter may be reported confidentially.


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