Preparation and forethought are critical to ensuring that each of us are as prepared as possible for tragic events that we hope will never happen on our campus.
MSUM’s Emergency Management Team along with President Blackhurst invites you to watch the training video “Shots Fired on Campus.” MSUM’s response to an active shooter on campus would be to go into a University lockdown where you would shelter-in-place, but this video contains additional options for you to personally consider if we are ever faced with such an attack. Warning: the video includes a simulation of an active shooting event.
If you have questions after viewing the video, please contact Public Safety, email@example.com and we will provide you follow-up training and discussion about the content of the video. In an emergency, having thought even once about what you would do may make an important difference.
Shane Kelly has been activated for military duty and will be on leave for at least a year. To ensure you continue to receive a high-level of service in the parking and key/card office, Public Safety Sergeant Jessica Jorgensen has been assigned to work in these areas for the duration of Shane’s absence. You can […]
Interested in a free basic self-defense course? The Department of Public Safety is offering a free RAD course this summer. We’re certified to teach female participants, and welcome employees, students, and community members to join us. To register or learn more, please email RAD@mnstate.edu or visit https://www.mnstate.edu/publicsafety/rad.aspx.
The MSUM Department of Public Safety is offering a free RAD class this summer, and wants to invite faculty and staff to participate! Our trained instructors are certified to instruct female participants in Basic Physical Defense, and welcome our campus colleagues to participate. The summer RAD course is free of charge, and will be taught […]
Interested in providing feedback on the proposed changes to the University’s Traffic & Parking Regulations? Take this short survey to let us know your thoughts. Your feedback is important, thank you for taking time to let us know how you feel about the proposed changes to MSUM’s parking regulations.
Interested in providing feedback on the proposed changes to the University’s Traffic and Parking Regulations? Take our short survey and comment on the changes that are currently being proposed by the Facility, Grounds and Safety Committee. Your feedback is important, and we appreciate your responses! Take the short survey here: https://mnstate.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cI7P3SGEU9aOXvn.