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Crime Statistics for the Phillips Community

When compared to colleges, universities, and local communities of similar size, Phillips’ crime statistics are extremely low. A detailed Clery Act Statistical Summary is below. The statistics reflect:

  • Phillips: Crimes that were reported to the Phillips Campus Security and which occurred on property owned and controlled by the Seminary within the same reasonable contiguous area.
  • Police Department: Crimes that were reported to the city police departments having jurisdiction on all public property, including thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities, that are adjacent to and accessible from the campus.

PLEASE NOTE: Crime reported to campus security authorities are not always reported to, or verified as having occurred, by Campus Security or city police. The numbers contained in this category also may duplicate crimes concurrently reported to the Campus Security or city police. City police statistics are provided by the City of Tulsa, which have jurisdiction around our campus, and are not independently verified by the Seminary.

Information concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained through the Tulsa Police Department at 918.596.9222 or via the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.

Student/Faculty/Staff Responsibility in Personal and Campus Safety

While numerous efforts are made by the Campus Security to advise and assist students, faculty, and staff of personal and campus safety measures, safety is ultimately each person’s responsibility. The following simple and common sense precautions should be followed:

  • Lock your vehicle and take the keys with you.
  • Walk to your vehicle with a classmate or friend or ask a campus security officer to escort you to your vehicle.
  • Lock valuables in the trunk or glove compartment of your vehicle. 
  • Report suspicious-looking individuals or unusual incidents immediately to the campus security by dialing: 
    • Phillips Security: 918.852.4930
    • Tulsa Police Department/Mingo Valley Division: 918.586.6000
    • Tulsa Police Department: Emergency-911 or Non-Emergency 918.596.9222

The cooperation and involvement of everyone in the Phillips community enhances each person’s safety and security. This procedure is provided in compliance with the Higher Education Amendments of 1998 and Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 USC 1092), and final regulations of November 1999. Review the Phillips Crime Report.

Crime Reporting Procedures

While numerous efforts are made by campus safety and security to advise and assist students, faculty, and staff of personal and campus safety measures, safety is ultimately each person’s responsibility. The cooperation and involvement of everyone in the Phillips community enhances each person’s safety.

Please be aware and report suspicious activity immediately. Suspicious activities can refer to incidents, events, individuals or circumstances that seem unusual or out of place.

Remember – A quick and accurate description of events, vehicles, and persons are invaluable to first responders. Any type of activity or circumstance that seems unusual should be reported.

There are four general categories to consider when determining what to report.

  • Suspicious activities, people and vehicles
  • Illegal activities
  • Unusual events or incidents
  • Dangerous situations 

Reporting Procedure

  • Dial 911 for emergencies requiring immediate assistance.
  • Suspicious persons or unusual incidents should be reported immediately to Campus Safety and Security by dialing 918.852.4930.
  • Crimes can be reported anonymously at www.IntegraReport.com or 1.855.858.3344 (toll free).

 

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