Our Lady of the Lake College, in
compliance with the federal "Student-Right-to-Know and Campus
Security Act of 1990", has published this information to provide
its students and employees with and overview of the College's security
resources, policies and procedures.
The Campus Safety and
Security Booklet is published each August by OLOL College and includes campus
safety policies and procedures, as well as the annual security report,
including documentation of campus crimes for the preceding three
calendar years. The offenses for which the statistics are reported are
defined in accordance with the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)
Program. Crime statistics for post-secondary schools can also be found
on the U.S. Department of Education website (http://ope.ed.gov/security/Search.asp).
statistics for East Baton Rouge Parish may be found at
http://www.brgov.com/dept/brpd/csr/default.asp The College
is located in District 2 Zone E SubZone 3.
on sex offenders registered with the Louisiana State Police can be found
through the sex offender and child predator registry website (www.lasocpr.lsp.org)
student health program is provided for OLOL College students. The
Coordinator of Health and Safety coordinates, directs and implements the
ongoing activities of the health program which include:
confidential student health records
information regarding student health insurance
student compliance with state immunization
student compliance with clinical student health requirements
"return to class/clinical forms" for students providing
physician documentation related to extended absence from class
confidential consultation to students regarding health matters
first aid kits (available in each campus building for treating minor
health & safety related workshops and campus displays
information on a wide variety of health topics and maintains
brochures and other health literature available to students
drug testing policy and procedures
Office of Health & Safety utilizes resources within the College, as
well as Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center and the Greater
Baton Rouge community. The Office of Health and Safety is a member of
the American College Health Association.
Campus Safety and Security information provided on the website is also
provided in Adobe
Acrobat and MS
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this information is available in hard copy from the Health &
Safety Office, 7434 Perkins Rd., ph. (225) 768-1755
There is a wonderful opportunity
for OLOL College students to attend a self-defense course at LSU.
The 12-hour Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) System is a program of
realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women.
The R.A.D. System is a comprehensive, women-only course that
begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance,
while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defense training. Courses
are taught by nationally certified R.A.D. Instructors.
The course is available to students, staff, faculty, and
community members. OLOL College students are eligible for the same
student discount as LSU students. Contact the LSU Wellness Education
Department at 225/578-5718 for more information.
College students may also check out a copy of the "Police Safety
Seminar" videotapes from our library. This video was filmed during
the Safety Seminars that were offered to the public in 2002 by the EBRP
Police Department. The video provides excellent personal safety tips and
and media attention to continued crimes in our community have many of us
feeling anxious about our personal safety. Whether at home, in the
workplace, on campus, or any other setting….the
best precaution each of us can take is to remain
aware of the surroundings at all times.
make every effort to:
the Health & Safety Office about broken lights, overgrown shrubs
near walkways, telephones that don’t work, etc. Don’t assume
that someone else will do this.
policing or neighborhood watch programs are practiced very effectively
in cities across the county. Campus
Watch does the same here at Our Lady of the Lake College,
constantly watching out for the safety of one another. Please note the
information on Campus Watch flyers and brochures around campus. Copies
are also available in the Health & Safety Office.
- To Call: OLOLRMC SECURITY (Tracer) 765-8825
- The Coordinator of Health and Safety coordinates,
directs and implements the ongoing activities of the campus safety
program which include: