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Security & Safety
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545 Lane Avenue
Jackson, Tennessee 38301
SAFETY & SECURITY:
731. 426.7645 or 426.7531 (Daytime)
731.426.7574 or 426.7531 (Evenings)
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We at Lane College care deeply about the safety and well-being of everyone on this campus — every student, faculty member, staff member and/or visitor. We have a vigilant Security staff and TIBRS-trained professionals who work very hard to achieve the goal of a crime-free work and study environment.
However, we know that a truly safe campus can only be achieved through the cooperation and assistance of the entire College Family.The information provided via this web site and through mailings, hand-outs, and bulletin board postings is a part of our effort to ensure that we meet our safety goals.
I ask that you take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the safety information provided so that you can use it to help foster a safe environment for yourself and all of us here on the campus of Lane College.
Dr. Logan Hampton,
The Lane College Crime Log, which contains the nature, date, time, and general location of crimes, is housed in the Office of Student Affairs located in Bray Hall on the campus. The Log is available for public inspection during the College’s normal hours of business.
2016 Annual Security and Fire Report
2015 Annual Security and Fire Report
Timely Warning Reports
All criminal offenses occurring on campus should be reported immediately to the College’s Security Department. A warning will be issued when the occurrence of a crime(s) listed in the annual Security Report or any serious crime or a series of crimes, indicates a pattern developing that could represent a threat to students or employees. This warning may include campus e-mails, campus hand mail and postings in residence halls and other campus buildings. Currently no polices or procedures are in effect at Lane College which allow victims or witnesses to report crimes on a volunteer confidential basis for the annual disclosure of crime statistics. Accordingly, individuals wishing to report a crime must identify themselves.