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Mercy College of Ohio is committed to providing a safe and secure environment to work, study, and live. The College Community should be able to pursue their education, work, and other activities in a safe, non-threatening environment. College safety and security is based on the ability to set forth guidelines and have a plan with response options in the event of an act of campus violence. Safety and prevention of violence is everyone’s responsibility. The College complies with the Higher Education Opportunity act, which includes Campus Safety and Security (PL 110-315).

  • Document .pdfCampus Safety Tips


    Mercy Health Public Safety Department provides you with these personal safety tips to help you stay safe.

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  • Document .pdfTimely Warnings and Security Alerts


    A guide to understanding timely warnings and security alerts as it pertains to the Mercy College campus.

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  • Document .pdfCampus Assessment Response and Evaluation (CARE) Team Policy


    Policy and procedure manual for the Campus Assessment Response and Evaluation (CARE) Team at Mercy College of Ohio

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  • Document .pdfCampus Violence Prevention Policy


    Policy and procedure manual for campus violence prevention

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  • Document .pdfClery-Annual Security, Fire and Crime Report Policy


    The purpose of the Annual Security Report is to provide information on campus safety and security in compliance with the Clery Act.

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  • Document .pdfEmergency Response Plan


    The Emergency Response Plan for Mercy College of Ohio outlines procedures for specific emergency scenarios.

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  • Document .pdfHazing Policy


    Policy and procedure manual regarding hazing at Mercy College

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  • Document .pdfMinors on Campus Policy


    A document containing policies aimed at protecting children who are involved with the Mercy College community.

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  • Document .pdfTitle IX, Violence Against Women and Campus SaVE Policy


    This policy addresses the ten areas a sexual misconduct policy should address according to the 2014 White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Misconduct as outlined on the www.notalone.gov website.

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