CAMPUS CRIME AND SAFETY POLICIES

 

Campus Security Policy & Crime Statistics Report

The Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Report is published annually and is designed to inform you of MI’s campus crime statistics, security policies and steps you can take to maximize your personal safety.

Drug and Alcohol Prevention

Musicians Institute is committed to maintaining a drug-free environment for students and employees.

MI students, staff and faculty are prohibited from the unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession, or use of illicit drugs or alcohol.

For more information, refer to the documents below:

Fire & Safety Policy

This manual was compiled for the Musicians Institute to help ensure the safety of the buildings’ occupants in the event of an emergency.

Timely Notice & Emergency Information

Musicians Institute supports the use of timely warning notices as a means of preventing crimes or other serious incidents and to notify the College community of crimes committed on campus and/or in adjacent vicinities. Members of the Musicians Institute community are encouraged to immediately report to the Campus Safety and Security Department crimes and other serious incidents in order to allow issue of a timely warning notice (if/as appropriate).
 

The College is also committed to ensuring that appropriate information is disseminated quickly and accurately in an emergency situation. Campus Safety and Security Department is responsible for coordinating emergency preparedness efforts, including emergency response and evacuation policies and procedures, in coordination with the College’s senior management team. Emergency policies, procedures, and notification systems are evaluated as needed and tested on an annual basis.

The Campus Safety and Security Department Manager, along with senior management determine when and how to issue timely warning notices and emergency notifications. Without delay and taking into account the safety of the College community, they determine the content of the notification and initiate the notification system—with the exception of instances in which issuing such notification, may compromise efforts to assist victim or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate an emergency.

Timely warning and emergency notifications to students, faculty, and staff include the use of School Messenger; Musicians Institute’s electronic (SMS) notification system; email; web postings; and/or signage. Inclusion in this process is automatic for all administrative personnel and for all currently registered students.


If you have any questions about this process, please call or email the Campus Safety and Security Department desk at 323-860-1127 or you may contact the Campus Safety and Security Department Manager at 323-860-1107 / mikeh@mi.edu.

Please note that School Messenger is only as useful as the contact information you provide.

With this in mind, it is important that you keep your contact information up-to-date, should a need for emergency contact be required.

Historical Documents

COURSE CATALOG

Program requirements, tuition for individual programs, and course information.

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