- Timely Notifications
- Daily Crime Log
- Daily Fire Log
- Emergency Notifications
- Crime Statistics
- Annual Security & Fire Safety Report
- Reporting Criminal Offenses
- Reporting Sexual Assault & Rape
- Campus Security Authority (CSA) Reporting Form
- Parking / Traffic Violation Appeal
- Safety Tips
- Campus Emergency Phones
- Demonstration Guidelines
- Other Policies
- Campus Safety Members
- Take Care/Take Action
Moravian is committed to emergency preparedness. We feel strongly that it is important to have written plans to guide our response in crisis situations, to test these plans on occasion, and to be prepared to notify members of our college community in the event of an emergency. While there can never be a guarantee of safety, we believe that such preparedness places the College in a better position from which to deal with the unexpected threats of today’s world.
Developed over the past decade, an emergency response protocol manual guides key responders and decision makers in times of crisis. This document, one which provides suggested protocols for more than 30 different types of possible emergencies, is reviewed and revised annually.
An Emergency Preparedness Committee meets regularly to discuss issues, challenges, and ways to improve existing emergency plans and systems.
Tabletop exercises are held annually. These drills are designed to expose a team – in this case, the Moravian leadership team – to a simulated crisis situation in order to test the response reflexes and preparedness of the group and, as a consequence, determine how to react more effectively to real events. In recent years, scenarios have included those involving a hypothetical active shooter, fire, hostage situation, and bus accident.