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LLCC Police officers Tess Olsen and Brian Tweryon took advantage of the fun Homecoming activities that were going on Tuesday!

Flags at half-staff in honor of firefighter

Governor Rauner has issued a proclamation that the U.S. and state flags be flown at half-staff beginning at sunrise Wednesday, Dec. 9 to  sunset Friday, Dec. 11, 2015 in honor of firefighter Mark Zielinski, Matteson Fire Department.

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report now available

Lincoln Land Community College is committed to assisting all members of the Lincoln Land Community College community in providing for their own safety and security. The annual security and fire safety compliance document is available on the LLCC Police Department website.

If you would like to receive a hard copy of the Annual Security Safety Report which contains this information, you can stop by the LLCC Police Department located in Sangamon Hall South, Springfield campus, or you can request that a copy be mailed to you by calling 217.786.2278.

The website and booklet contain information regarding campus security and personal safety including topics such as: crime prevention, fire safety, campus police law enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, disciplinary procedures and other matters of importance related to security and safety on campus. They also contain information about crime statistics for the three previous calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Lincoln Land Community College; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.

This information is required by law and is provided by the Lincoln Land Community College Police Department.

LLCC Police Department to offer Practical Response to Active Shooters training

The LLCC Police Department will be offering four sessions of its Practical Response to Active Shooters training in October. Sessions will be held at 9:30 a.m.  and 1:30 p.m. on both Oct. 9 and 16. Training lasts approximately two hours, and is open to all LLCC faculty, staff and students. There is a maximum of 25 students per training session, so pre-registration is required. Email heather.voyles@llcc.edu to register.

PRACTICAL RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTERS
If you ever found yourself in an active shooter event, would you know what to do? As with any emergency situation, prior thought and planning play an immense role in our individual response to these highly stressful incidents.

Presented by members of the LLCC Police Department, this hands-on training will provide you with options regarding what to do during an active shooter incident, teach you how to do them, and then give you an opportunity to actually practice these newly learned skills in a supportive, non-stressful environment.

Important message from the Police Department regarding emergencies

Note: The link to the Police Department portal page is now working and documents are available.

With the beginning of a new term upon us, the Lincoln Land Community College Police Department would like to remind College staff and faculty to take a few minutes and refresh their memory in regard to what steps they need to take should an emergency situation occur on campus.

Some resources to help you include:
• Emergency Evacuation Maps – Posted in all classrooms and common areas on LLCC campuses, these maps depict routes of egress from your location, the location of the nearest Severe Weather Safe Areas, as well as the locations of Fire Alarm Pull Stations and Fire Extinguishers.
• Emergency Quick Reference Manuals – Posted in all classrooms and office areas [and available by request from the Campus Police Department], these handy reference guides provide quick and easy access to basic information concerning what to do in specific types of emergencies.
• Campus Emergency Response Manual (full text) – can be accessed by College employees at this portal site.

In addition, all faculty and administrators should review the guidelines for assisting physically disabled students/staff during an emergency. This information can also be found at the portal page listed above [in the third bullet point].

Keeping the Lincoln Land Community College campus community safe is a responsibility that rests with all of us, and on behalf of the LLCC Police Department, I thank you for your assistance!

Practical Response Active Shooter trainings scheduled this spring

The LLCC Police Department is offering three Practical Response to Active Shooters training sessions this spring. Training is open to all LLCC faculty, staff or students. Training sessions are scheduled the following dates:

Friday, Feb. 20 • 1:30-3:30 p.m. • Sangamon Hall, room 1104
Wednesday, March 18 • 1:30-3:30 p.m. • Menard Hall, room 1177
Thursday, April 30 • 9-11 a.m. • Millennium Center, room 1104

Pre-registration is required (max of 25 participants per session). Please email heather.voyles@llcc.edu to register.

PRACTICAL RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTERS
There have been approximately 70 active shooter incidents in the U.S. over the past four years; about a quarter of these occurring in schools. If you ever found yourself in an active shooter event, would you know what to do? As with any emergency situation, prior thought and planning play an immense role in our individual response to these highly stressful incidents.

Presented by members of the Lincoln Land Community College Police Department, this hands-on training will provide you with options on what to do during an active shooter incident, teach you the techniques and then give you an opportunity to actually practice these newly learned skills in a supportive, non-stressful environment.

Openings still available for Practical Response to Active Shooter Training Dec. 12

The LLCC Police Department still has openings for its Practical Response to Active Shooters training session on Friday, Dec. 12, which will run  from 1:30-3 p.m. in room 1104 of Sangamon Hall. Training is open to all LLCC faculty, staff or students; however, pre-registration is required (max of 25 participants per session). Please email heather.voyles@llcc.edu to register.

PRACTICAL RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTERS
There have been approximately 70 active shooter incidents in the U.S. over the past four years; about a quarter of these occurring in schools. If you ever found yourself in an active shooter event, would you know what to do? As with any emergency situation, prior thought and planning play an immense role in our individual response to these highly stressful incidents.

Presented by members of the Lincoln Land Community College Police Department, this hands-on training will provide you with options on what to do during an active shooter incident, teach you the techniques and then give you an opportunity to actually practice these newly learned skills in a supportive, non-stressful environment.