Safety and Security

Bellin College Security

The security team at Bellin College is comprised of experienced professionals holding vast qualifications and talents in the security and public safety fields. Whether viewed individually or collectively, team members are uniquely prepared to provide a safe learning environment. We are committed to the safety and security of all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

To summarize the background possessed by the group, four members came to Bellin College with substantive experience in policing. The roles previously held with large agencies include assistant chief, SWAT commander, detective, school resource officer, traffic crash reconstructionist, patrol officer, and state & county corrections officer. Another role, crime scene & evidence technician, involved the officer being a trained sketch artist, capable of creating facial images from witness descriptions. One member served as a firefighter, lieutenant, and battalion chief for a large fire department, while also being a paramedic and EMS instructor. Another holds 23 years of experience as a 911 dispatcher and trainer for an area sheriff’s department, managing crises and sending resources for police, fire, and rescue services. Yet another Bellin College security officer was a regional director in the group health field, having significant administrative and leadership experience.

Many of the members also have previous tenure in the security field specifically, ranging from being a district manager in the private security sector to working contracted security in federal buildings, federally contracted manufacturing facilities, or metro transit authorities.

Annual Security Report

2022 Annual Security Report
Bellin College is a dynamic learning community that strives to create an environment of mutual respect and concern for all persons. The 2022 Annual Security Report contains important information about campus safety policies, crime statistics and safety guidelines designed to promote the safety of those who work, study, or visit our campus. We at Bellin College are committed to offering students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the College opportunities for meaningful and positive experiences in the pursuit of educational, employment and social goals.

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Campus Crime and Security

Preventing campus crime is a shared responsibility between the College and its campus community members.

View Policies and Procedures
Title IX

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 Implementing Regulations at: 20 U.S.C. §1681 & 34 C.F. R. Part 106, is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs and activities. Sex discrimination encompasses all forms of sexual violence and sexual harassment by employees, students, or third parties against students, employees, or third parties.

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Alcohol and Drug Policy

The purpose of this policy is to provide an alcohol and drug-free environment for faculty, students, administration and support staff at Bellin College in order that the College may carry out its mission and comply with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988.

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Contact BC Security

Please contact the team via many methods for any security need, incident, or suspicious activity. The Safety & Security Coordinator, Larry Potter, can be reached at (920) 433-6672. His office is in room L48 at the Eaton Road campus. The front desks at both campuses, staffed during all open building hours, are available at (920) 433-6698 (Eaton Road) or (920) 433-4316 (Development Drive). Emails can be sent to bcsecurity@bellincollege.edu. The incident report below can also be submitted. For emergencies, call 911.

Incident Report

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Suspicion is the only reason needed for contacting security. Please do not assume that someone else has reported criminal activity.

If a student witnesses suspicious activity, suspects that a crime is being committed or has been committed, or any other emergency on campus whether the individual is the victim, a witness, or person information was shared with, please contact campus security immediately.

Bellin College is required to publish campus crime and security information on a yearly basis. 

The College campus is a weapon-free environment. Weapons are not allowed in any of the College buildings.

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