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Approved 12/02 402 Any employee of North Central Michigan College who uses illicit drugs, hallucinogenics, controlled substances, or unauthorized alcohol (“substances”) during working hours or who attempts to work while under the influence of same, potentially endangers him/herself as well as other employees. The Guide shall be reviewed, tested, and updated at least once each school year by the Campus Security Committee assisted by appropriate College employees and local public safety personnel.
Violation of this policy will lead to discipline up to and including immediate discharge. Employees shall be provided information about the Guide at the time of initial employment and at least once each year thereafter.
Non-residents must show picture ID and must be escorted from the lobby by a resident.
Any incidents of theft in the building must be reported upon discovery to the Director of Campus Housing.
The President appoints a Campus Security Committee to review NCMC's security issues and recommend security policy adjustment to the President as necessary.
Minutes of each meeting will be prepared and distributed to the campus community.
The Vice President of Student Affairs will maintain all records or reports of alleged offenses, associated investigations and related action taken.
Students are not to bring children to class unless the child’s attendance is required as part of the student’s responsibilities in completing a course assignment or the student receives prior permission from the instructor. 231-347-5511 North Country Community Mental Health Services 800-834-3393 North Central Michigan College shall and does maintain a comprehensive Emergency Procedures Guide for the safety and security of College employees, students, and visitors on the College’s Petoskey campus.
The College assumes no responsibility for the safety of children left unattended on its property. The Guide currently encompasses the following and may be amended, as necessary: bomb threats, building evacuations, dangerous persons on campus, neighborhood intruders, hostages, fires, gas leaks, release of hazardous materials, lockdowns, medical emergencies, missing students, off-campus emergencies, serious injuries or death, sexual offenses, suicides, student unrest, and weather.
Employees interested in seeking alcohol/substance abuse counseling should contact one of the following agencies: : North Country Community Mental Health Services Bay Area Substance Education Services 800-834-3393 B. Currently updated copies of the Guide shall be made available to all College administrators and employees.
Current copies shall, also, be supplied to Petoskey Public Safety and the Charlevoix-Cheboygan-Emmet Office of Emergency Management.