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Campus Security uses multiple communication channels between our team and the community we serve to ensure the highest quality of service.
Our Commitment to You
Crimes of violence are a very serious concern for the university and Campus Security. If you are a victim of a crime, we commit to the following:
Campus Security will meet with you privately, at a time and local place of your choice, to take your report and treat you and your case with sensitivity, dignity, understanding, and professionalism. We will not notify your parents without your consent, our security members will not judge you, and you will not be blamed for what occurred. Your case will be considered seriously, regardless of your identity or circumstances. We will assist you in arranging any necessary medical or health treatment. If you are living in the Residence Services complex, we can assist you in arranging relocation to another room, if required.
Reporting an Incident
Campus Security uses multiple communication channels between our team and the community we serve to ensure the highest quality of service is provided.
Call 403.220.5333 to connect to a Security Operations Centre dispatcher, who will collect and provide information.
Submit a Report Online
Go online to report non-emergent security matters such as lost or stolen property, results of graffiti or vandalism, non-urgent medical situations like a slip, trip or fall.
Visit us in the Campus Security Office in MacEwan Student Centre (MSC), Room 260 to report an incident in person.
For imminent or life-threatening situations, call 911. For all other situations, call Campus Security at 403.220.5333.
All complaints involving Campus Security Members will be promptly addressed in a confidential, professional and respectful manner.
Campus Security Members are licensed by the Province of Alberta under the Security Services and Investigators Act (SSIA) and all complaints received are subject to review by Alberta Justice and the Solicitor General.
Complaints are to be sent directly to the Chief of Campus Security and must be received within 90 days of the actions, circumstances or incident that precipitated the complaint. Any allegations of criminal misconduct, including the excessive use of force, must be reported to the Calgary Police Service for investigation.
Initial attempts at resolving complaints may involve an informal conciliatory approach that does not include a formal investigation, but rather a process to ensure appropriate conduce in the future.
The Chief of Campus Security, or designate, will investigate and dispose of complaints within 90 days. The Chief of Campus Security will provide a written response to the complainant with the disposition of the investigation.
The University may choose not to pursue anonymous, vexatious or frivolous complaints including those made in "bad faith".