Safety & SecurityUnited Tribes Technical College
Campus Safety Is Our Priority.
The United Tribes Technical College Safety & Security Department is dedicated to keeping our campus and community safe. We offer educational and awareness programs on crime prevention, safety, and emergency response for students, faculty, and staff. We are also continually making safety enhancements and developing precautionary measures that touch every aspect of life, work, and study; at United Tribes Technical College.
The Safety & Security Office is located north of the cafeteria and office hours are from 8 am – 5 pm for your convenience. 24-hour security is provided at UTTC with UTTC Security Officers providing vehicle patrols and foot patrols to ensure safety and security on campus.
Office Hours: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, building 61, Fort Berthold Avenue, UTTC Campus
Contacting UTTC Safety & Security 24 Hours: (701) 221-1700
Emergency: Call 911
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is the landmark federal law, originally known as the Campus Security Act that requires colleges and universities across the United States to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. Because the law is tied to participation in federal student financial aid programs it applies to most institutions of higher education both public and private. It is enforced by the U.S. Department of Education.
The law was amended in 1992 to add a requirement that schools afford the victim of campus sexual assault certain basic rights, and was amended again in 1998 to expand the reporting requirements. The 1998 amendments also formally named the law in memory of Jeanne Clery. The law was most recently amended in 2000 to require schools beginning in 2003 to notify the campus community about where public “Megan’s Law” information about registered sex offenders on campus could be obtained.
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
UTTC utilizes CCTV to monitor public areas in order to deter crime and to assist the Safety & Security Department in providing for the safety and security of individuals and property of UTTC.
All students and employees who operate a motor vehicle on college property must register their vehicle and display a valid parking permit on the vehicle. The permit issued by United Tribes Technical College is valid on the UTTC Campus. There is no fee for the parking permit. If there are any questions or problems concerning the parking permit please speak with a UTTC Safety & Security Staff member at building 61.
Free to student and employees
All you need is your UTTC student ID or Employee ID and the license plate number of your car, as well as the year, make and model of your vehicle.
Bring your ID and information to the Safety & Security Office, building 61, at #61 Fort Berthold Avenue next to the chapel.
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On cars or trucks, parking permits should be placed or affixed to the lower front windshield (driver’s side) or lower rear window (drivers side). On motorized cycles, the permit shall be placed or affixed where it can be seen without difficulty on the front fender or fork.
- Parking is restricted to vehicles with college business.
- Vehicles must display a current, disabled parking permit issued by the State of North Dakota or any other state in order to park in a space which displays a disabled parking sign and/or a painted disabled insignia.
- Parking in front of entrances to buildings, driveways, garbage dumpsters, fire lanes, and fire hydrants is prohibited.
- Driving into or parking in an area not designated for use or closed by the use of barricades, chains, or other vehicle control devices is prohibited.
- Parking or blocking pedestrian paths, sidewalks, crosswalks and striped safety zones is prohibited.
- Parking in a manner as to impede or obstruct properly parked/moving vehicles is prohibited.
- Where parking stall lines are marked, operators must park within the stall lines. In diagonal spaces, vehicles must be parked facing the center line.
The maximum speed limit throughout UTTC is 15 mph on Burleigh Avenue. The streets near the Theodore Jameson Elementary School are posted at 5mph for the safety of the children at TJES.
All fines will need to be paid within 10 business days on campus at the Finance Office in the Administration building. If the ticket is not paid, a hold will be placed on the student’s financial account. In certain instances, unpaid fines will be turned over for collections.[table “45” not found /]
Surviving an Active Shooter
Please watch the video below, made by Ohio State University, that gives basic information on how to survive an active shooter event on a college campus.
The Homeland Security Active Shooter Preparedness page is a great website if you want to find anything from the “Active Shooter: How to Respond” materials (handbook, pocket card, poster, etc.) to webinars; there is a lot to choose from.
Possession, use, or distribution of explosive (including but not limited to fireworks and ammunition), guns (including but not limited to air, BB, paintball, facsimile weapons and pellet guns), or other weapons or dangerous objects such as arrows, axes, machetes, nun chucks, throwing stars, or knives having blades in excess of six inches in length (except for culinary knives reasonably necessary for cooking in on-campus residences or), including the storage of any item that falls within the category of a weapon in a vehicle parked on UTTC property. The only exception to this rule is that Students Residing on campus or Employees will be allowed to store hunting weapons with the Safety and Security Department in locked weapons safe.
Free security escorts are available and will be provided upon request by calling the Safety & Security Department at (701) 221-1700. This service is available 24 hours a day, any day of the week.
About the Safety & Security Department
Role, Authority, and Training
The UTTC Safety & Security Department provides 24-hour security coverage with five full-time security officers providing a safe working and learning environment. Security Officers do not have arrest authority. The Safety & Security Department enforces traffic and parking regulations, promotes crime prevention, and secures the college’s buildings and family housing areas. Excellent communication with law enforcement agencies, particularly the Burleigh County Sheriffs Department is also maintained. Information relating to campus crime is collected annually and available upon request.
The Safety & Security Department is comprised of:
- 1 Safety & Security Director
- 1 Office Assistant
- 5 Full-time Security Patrol Officers
- 4 Part-time On-call Security Patrol Officers
Commitment to Safety
The college takes great pride in the community here at UTTC and has many advantages for students, faculty, and staff. UTTC is a great place to live, learn, work and study, however, this does not mean that the campus community is immune from all of the other unfortunate circumstances that arise in other communities.
The most effective thing you can do to reduce the likelihood of crime is to develop a strong sense of community with others at your family housing area, dorm, or workplace. Keep an eye on property, living, and work areas.
UTTC takes progressive measures to create and maintain a reasonably safe environment on campus. Though the college is progressive with its policies, programs, and education, it is up to each one of us to live with a sense of awareness and use reasonable judgment when living, working or visiting on campus. Please report suspicious activities to the UTTC Safety & Security Department at (701) 221-1700 or 911.