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Campus Security Services

  1. Security Resources
  2. Safety Information
  3. Parking and Vehicles
  4. Emergency Procedures
  5. Concealed Carry
  6. What We Do
  7. Contact Us
The Campus Security department of Cedarville University is a multi-faceted operation that performs a wide range of safety and security related services for the campus. This list has been prepared as a means to provide an over-view of those key areas of responsibility.
  • ID card services – for faculty, staff and students; family & retiree passes, specific employee passes.
  • Vehicle registration for faculty, staff and students.
  • Special permits issued for – fleet vehicle driving licenses, bike registration, visitor parking permits, fishing licenses.
  • Student drivers training.
  • Fingerprinting services for BCI and FBI background checks.
  • Pass port photos.
  • Issuance of campus keys and oversight of all access control systems.
  • Dispatch operations and surveillance systems monitoring.
  • Lost & Found property management.
  • 24/7, daily campus patrol services for the purpose of monitoring the physical security & safety of campus buildings and grounds. This includes handling the building unlocks and lock-ups.
  • Campus Security Act Compliance, as defined and required by Federal law.
  • Criminal investigations.
  • Parking and traffic management (includes parking/traffic enforcement and the issuance & adjudication of violations).
  • Managing a campus wide program for handling confiscated and found bikes on the premises.
  • Motor Vehicle accident investigations.
  • Emergency Preparedness – over-sight of emergency response plans.
  • Fire Safety and Prevention compliance & inspection services.
  • Safety Management – OSHA/EPA compliance.
  • Risk Management – issuing of insurance certificates, property/casualty & auto claim management, insurance policy over-sight and risk assessment.
  • Workers’ Compensation Management – claim processing, accident/injury investigations, maintaining records relative to employee injuries and accidents (maintaining OSHA 300 records).
  • Liaison with police and fire officials.