The University of Michigan-Flint is committed to providing a working and learning environment for our students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. We celebrate, recognize and value diversity. Information located in this page, including the links attached within, are intended to provide resources for all individuals affiliated or who choose to visit our campus. The information provided below is pursuant to P.A. 265 of 2019, Section 245A, subsections identified below:
CAMPUS SAFETY INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
Emergency Contact Resources – Public Safety, Police, Fire and Medical (2A)
To report an emergency for Police, Fire or Medical, dial 911
Police and Department of Public Safety
The Department of Public Safety provides complete law enforcement services to the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our officers are licensed by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) and authorized to enforce all Federal, State, Local laws and Rules of the University of Michigan.
UM-Flint Department of Public Safety – 810-762-3333
Flint City Police – 210 E. 5Th Street, Flint, MI 48502 – 810-237-6800
UM-Flint’s campus is protected and serviced by the City of Flint Fire Department.
There are multiple emergency rooms, hospitals and medical treatment centers nearby the Flint Campus.Hurley Medical Center One Hurley Plaza, Flint, MI 48503 (810) 262-9000 or (800) 336-8999 Genesys Regional Medical Center One Genesys Parkway Grand Blanc, MI 48439 (810) 606-5000 McLaren Regional Hospital 401 South Ballenger Hwy Flint, MI 48532 (810) 768-2044
Immediate confidential crisis intervention or support, call the YWCA of Greater Flint’s 24-hour crisis hotline at (810) 238-7233.
Campus Department of Public Safety and Title IX Office Location Information (2B)
The Department of Public Safety provides complete law enforcement services to the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our officers are licensed by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) and authorized to enforce all Federal, State, Local laws and Rules of the University of Michigan.DPS Office, 103 Hubbard Building Office Hours – 8am-5pm, M-F 602 Mill Street Flint, MI 48503 810-762-3333 (operated 24 hours/7 days a week) Ray Hall, Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety The Office for Institutional Equity (Title IX) Diversity is fundamental to our mission. The University of Michigan-Flint is committed to creating and maintaining a working and learning environment that embraces individual differences. We celebrate, recognize and value diversity. UM-Flint is committed to ensuring that all staff, faculty and students have equal access and opportunities, and receive the support needed to be successful. Additionally, we are committed to the principles of equal opportunity in all employment, educational and research programs, activities and events, as well as to the use of affirmative actions to cultivate and maintain an environment that fosters equal opportunity. Office for Institutional Equity (Title IX), 234 University Pavilion Office hours – 8am -5pm, M-F 303 S. Saginaw Street Flint, MI 48502 (810) 237-6517 Email: FlintInstitutionalEquity@umich.edu Kirstie Stroble, Interim Director/Title IX Coordinator
To report an emergency, dial 911
Safety and Security Services Provided by UM-Flint (2C)
The University of Michigan-Flint Department of Public Safety operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Department of Public Safety offers a wide variety of services to our community, some of these services include:
- Safety Escort Services
- Motorist Assists
- Medical Assistance
- Personal Injury Reports
- Lost and Found
- Locksmith Services
- Automobile Accident Reports
- Ride-Along Program
- Emergency Notifications
DPS also provides patrol and surveillance of the campus facilities as well as crime prevention and security awareness programs. To utilize any of these campus services, please dial (810) 762-3333.
Children (Minors) on Campus Policy (2D)
The University of Michigan-Flint complies with the University’s “Policy on Minors involved in University-Sponsored Programs or Programs held in University Facilities”, SPG 601.34, designed to promote health, wellness, safety and security of children who are entrusted to the University’s care, custody and control or who participate in Programs held on University property.
- University of Michigan Children on Campus
- General Information, Including Policy and Program Requirements
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Children on Campus Presentation
For questions on policies or procedures contact: Tonja Petrella, Assistant Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 810-424-5417.
For background checks, please email Children on Campus Progam Registry to Tawana Branch, HR Generalist Intermediate at email@example.com.
Resources for Survivors of Sexual Assault or Sexual Abuse (2E)
Many offices at the University of Michigan-Flint Campus collaboratively work together to provide resources for survivors of sexual assault or sexual abuse. Below are some of the resources and assistance offered by the University:
- Assist in reporting to on or off-campus law enforcement or initiating university disciplinary proceedings.
- Confidential Resources (See below)
- Information on preserving evidence.
- Academic accommodations options, such as rescheduling exams, adjusting class schedules to avoid contact with the respondent, etc.
- Change in work situations, such as relocation to provide a more private or secure location, additional security measures, etc.
- Ability for the university to implement no contact instructions.
- Escorts by the campus Department of Public Safety between classes, to vehicles and to other university activities.
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Reporting options for sexual misconduct and assault (2E)
To report an emergency, dial 911
Phone: To report an incident by phone call (810) 237-6517
This number is staffed Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm. Incidents reported outside of business hours will be received the following business day.
Online Reporting: www.umflint.edu/oie (Anonymous reporting also available)In-person: Please visit the Office for Institutional Equity 234 University Pavilion 303 S. Saginaw Street Flint, MI 48502 (810) 237-6517 Email: FlintInstitutionalEquity@umich.edu Confidential Reporting available through: Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 264 University Center (UCEN) 303 Kearsley Street Flint, MI 48502 810-762-3456 umflint.edu/caps Sexual Assault Advocate (only) Center for Gender and Sexuality 213 University Center (UCEN) (810) 237-6648 umflint.edu/cgs The University strongly encourages anyone who believes they have experienced domestic/dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking to make a criminal report with law enforcement. If you are uncertain where the incident occurred or which agency to contact, the UM-Flint Department of Public Safety is available to help you determine which agency has jurisdiction and will help you to report the matter to that agency if you wish. Department of Public Safety (DPS) Special Victims Services 103 Hubbard Building (810) 762-3333 (operated 24 hours/7 days a week) Heather McDonald Executive Police Sergeant (810) 237-6512 University of Michigan Interim Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Policy The UM-Flint student and employee procedures can be accessed here. You may report to law enforcement, the university, both, or neither.
Resource Handbook for Campus Sexual Assault Survivors, Friends and Family and Our Community Matters Resource Guide (2F)
Campus Security Policies and Crime Statistics (2G)
The UM-Flint Department of Public Safety (DPS) publishes the Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report to inform the UM community about campus security policies, initiatives to prevent and respond to crime and emergencies, and the occurrence of crime on campus. This report complies with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and uses information maintained by DPS, as well as information provided by other University offices and departments through Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) and statistics received from local law enforcement agencies.
You may also view the crime statistics for our campus via the US Department of Education – Clery Crime Statistics Tool.