Flathead Valley Community College works diligently to provide safe learning environments for our students on both of our campuses.
We have a solid record of minimal crime incidents on campus. To obtain a copy of the annual crime report for either FVCC campus, please contact the Dean of Students at (406) 756-3812 or email@example.com or click the appropriate links in the Reports section.
Flathead Valley Community College has a 15-member Safety Committee that meets regularly to identify and address campus safety and security issues. If you have a concern you would like to address, please contact Safety Committee Chair Kris Long by calling (406) 756-3901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Safety is a Team Effort
Campus safety at Flathead Valley Community College is a team effort among the administration, faculty, staff and students. Safety is a very important part of the educational experience.
As part of our safety team, we everyone to report all crimes and suspicious activity. We need your help! Your observations and assistance makes the difference. Information from you helps us maintain and improve campus safety.
To report an emergency or life-threatening incident, please call 911 followed by (406) 270-4555.
To report a non-life-threatening crime or campus incident, please complete and return the campus incident report within 24 hours to the Emergency Coordinator, Kris Long, in BC 126-D.
FVCC Behavioral Intervention Team
FVCC BIT is a behavioral intervention team. The team reviews reports that are received about student behavior and determines the best course of action to support the student and intervene before the behavior escalates. If you sense something that does not seem right, the team asks that you say something to the FVCC BIT coordinator at 406.756.3812 or do something by submitting a FVCC Bit Referral Form. Every member of the community helps to keep our campus healthy and safe.
Each building on campus has someone identified as the Title IX Liaison – a person who is available to support and refer students, staff, and/or faculty who are concerned about or want to report on incident of sexual harassment or assault. The liaison’s role is to serve as a safe resource who can assist people in the process of filing a formal report. See Building Liaisons.
Emergency Notification System
FVCC has a state-of the-art emergency notification system powered by e2Campus. This system enables college officials to send instant alerts about campus emergencies directly to members of the FVCC campus community.
This service is available to FVCC students, faculty, and staff. Registered users will receive alerts to their mobile phone via voice or SMS text message, and to their personal email account, home phone and/or office phone. There is no fee to use this service; however, depending on your personal cell phone plan, there may be a charge from your carrier to receive text messages. FVCC is not responsible for these fees
Registering for this service is simple and quick. To access e2Campus, login to your FVCC portal (students log in to the student portal, faculty log in to the faculty portal, and staff log in to the staff portal). Click on the “e2Campus Sign-In” link under “e2Campus Alerts,” and follow the prompts to complete your registration.
If you need assistance registering to receive emergency alerts, we have created a tutorial to help you register for e2Campus.
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Last modified: October 29, 2014