Past Notices

Past Notices & Alerts

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TIMELY WARNING: BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Sunday, September 25, 2016, at 7:05 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in McCraray Hall. The report indicates that cash was determined to be missing from the room today, September 25.  The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING: BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Wednesday, July 20, 2016, at 9:16 a.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report today of a burglary in McCraray Hall. The report indicates that cash was determined to be missing from the room on Monday, July 18.  The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING: BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Friday, May 6, 2016, at 10:52 a.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in Culbertson Hall. The report indicates that property was determined to be missing from the room today, May 6.  The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.
UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Saturday, April 23, 2016, at 9:45 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in Culbertson Hall. The report indicates that property was determined to be missing from the room today, April 23. The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING: BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Friday, April 15, 2016, at 4:11 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in McCraray Hall. The report indicates that property was determined to be missing from the room today, April 15. The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Wednesday, April 13, 2016, at 9:07 a.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in Culbertson Hall. The report indicates that property was determined to be missing from the room yesterday, April 12. The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Thursday, April 7, 2016, at 4:41 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in Commonwealth Hall. The report indicates that property was determined to be missing from the room earlier today. The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Thursday, April 7, 2016, at 3:24 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report today of a burglary in Henson Hall. The report indicates that property was determined to be missing from the room yesterday, April 6, 2016. The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Monday, April 4, 2016, at 1:22 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in McCraray Hall. The report indicates that property and money were determined to be missing from the room today, April 4, 2016. The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen. Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted. This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on Behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Friday, April 1, 2016, at 2:04 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in McCraray Hall.  The report indicates that money was determined to be missing from the room today, April 1, 2016.  The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future incidents, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen.  Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted.  This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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Sent on behalf of University of Virginia’s College at Wise by sms to employees on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 9:46 a.m.

ALL CLEAR – THIS CONCLUDES THE TEST OF THE UVA-WISE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM. ALL CLEAR

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Sent on behalf of Kathy Still by email and sms to employees on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 9:495 a.m.

All Clear

All Clear. The tornado drill has been completed.

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Sent on behalf of University of Virginia’s College at Wise by sms to employees on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 9:46 a.m.

TEST – STATE WIDE TORNADO DRILL – THIS IS ONLY A TEST

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Sent on behalf of Kathy Still by email and sms to employees on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 9:45 a.m.

UVa-Wise is participating in a statewide tornado drill at this time.  During the drill, please think of what you would do if the area were under a tornado warning. We will send an all clear notification once the drill is finished. Steps to take during a tornado warning include:

  1. Go to an internal, lowest area of safety: hallways or basement away from windows and glass.
  2. Do not use elevators during a tornado warning. Persons with mobility concerns should go to a safe place at the time of a tornado watch; do not wait for a tornado warning!
  3. Close all doors, including main corridors.
  4. Crouch near the floor or under heavy, well-supported objects and cover your head.
  5. If outside, lie down in a low area such as a ditch and cover your head.

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Sent on behalf of University of Virginia’s College at Wise by telephone, email and sms to employees on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 8:28 a.m.

ALL CLEAR – GAS LEAK CONTAINED
All clear. The gas leak has been contained. All Clear

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Sent on behalf of Kathy Still by email and sms to students; employees and faculty on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 8:15 a.m.

All Clear (Gas Leak Contained)
All clear. The gas leak has been contained. There is no longer a need to evacuate Crockett Hall, The Chapel and Cantrell Hall. All Clear

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Sent on behalf of University of Virginia’s College at Wise by telephone, email and sms to employees on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 8:14 a.m.

A gas lease has been detected between the Chapel of All Faiths and Cantrell Hall. Please avoid the surrounding area

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Sent on behalf of Kathy Still by email and sms to students; employees and faculty on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 8:09 a.m.

Gas Leak Detected Please Evacuate Chapel, Crockett and Cantrell
A gas leak has been detected between the Chapel of All Faiths and Cantrell Hall. Please evacuate the Chapel, Crockett Hall and Cantrell Hall immediately.

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Sent on behalf of Kathy Still by email to employees and students on Monday, March 21, 2016 at 9:44 p.m.

Sent on Behalf of Chief Shortt

A reminder that UVa-Wise will participate in a statewide tornado drill on Tuesday, March 22, at 9:45 am. We will test our emergency notification systems at that time, including the outdoor siren, text message, voice alert, email and web.  During the drill, please think of what you would do if the area were under a tornado warning. We will send an all clear notification once the drill is finished. Steps to take during a tornado warning include:

  1. Go to an internal, lowest area of safety: hallways or basement away from windows and glass.
  2. Do not use elevators during a tornado warning. Persons with mobility concerns should go to a safe place at the time of a tornado watch; do not wait for a tornado warning!
  3. Close all doors, including main corridors.
  4. Crouch near the floor or under heavy, well-supported objects and cover your head.
  5. If outside, lie down in a low area such as a ditch and cover your head.
  6. Be alert for fire and use the fire plan as needed.

Ronnie Shortt

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A message from UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA’S COLLEGE AT WISE sent by email, sms and telephone to employees on Monday, December 14, 2015 at 11:41 a.m.

This concludes testing of the emergency alert system.

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A message from UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA’S COLLEGE AT WISE sent by email, sms and telephone to employees on Monday, December 14, 2015 at 11:37 a.m.

This is a test of the UVa-Wise emergency alert system.

This system is also used for notification of schedule changes.

If this had been an actual emergency, instructions on obtaining additional information would be provided.

Visit www.uvawise.edu for more info.

This is only a test.

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Sent on behalf of LANNA LUMPKINS by email and sms to employees on Monday, December 14, 2015 at 10:43 a.m.

At 11:30 a.m., this morning, the College will be performing a test of the siren and the alert notification system.

Do not be alarmed, this is only a test.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on Behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Wednesday, December 2, 2015, at 11:58 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in a campus residence hall room.  The report indicates that property was determined to be missing from the room today, December 2, 2015.  The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future crimes, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen.  Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted.  This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on Behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Tuesday, December 1, 2015, at 9:38 p.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in a campus residence hall room.  The report indicates that property was determined to be missing from the room this evening, December 1, 2015.  The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future crimes, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen.  Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted.  This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  BURGLARY

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Wednesday, November 4, 2015, at 11:11 a.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of a burglary in a campus residence hall room.  The report indicates that items were determined to be missing from the room between the hours of 10:00 p.m. on November 3 and approximately 9:00 a.m. on November 4.  The Campus Police investigation is ongoing.

UVa-Wise shares this information to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future crimes, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police would like to remind everyone that while the campus community is considered to be safe, incidents can and do happen.  Below are some residential safety tips that should be noted.  This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Keep the door(s) to your residence and any windows accessible from the outside locked at all times.
  • If you find that your room has been entered, don’t go inside. Contact your RA, Community Coordinator or Campus Police for an on-campus residence; or local Police for an off-campus residence. If you are already inside, don’t touch anything so that you don’t disturb evidence that may be important to a police investigation.
  • Students in on-campus housing are particularly advised against blocking/propping open the main and side entrances to residence halls.
  • Never lend the key to your residence.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

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TIMELY WARNING:  INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE

Message sent on behalf of The Office of Compliance & Conduct by email to students and employees on Sunday, November 1, 2015, at 3:32 a.m.

The UVa-Wise Campus Police Department has received a report of domestic violence involving two students on campus in the early hours of November 1, 2015. The College has taken immediate measures to protect the safety of the complainant and is investigating the incident in accordance with Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act, separate and apart from any law enforcement investigation.

UVa-Wise shares this information to protect members of the College community by promoting safety, to help reduce the likelihood of future crimes, and to raise awareness of how to seek prompt assistance should a crime occur, in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

Below are some awareness and education tips that should be noted.  This information is general in nature and does not necessarily relate to any specific incident.

  • Believe someone who discloses abusive behavior.
  • Trust your instincts. If you see or hear something that doesn’t seem ok, say something.
  • Watch out for your friends and fellow students/employees. If you see someone who looks like he or she could be in trouble or needs help, ask if he or she is ok.
  • If someone is yelling at or being physically abusive towards you or someone else, resulting in immediate danger where it is not safe to interrupt, dial 911.

As always, make any report to UVa-Wise Campus Police at 276-328-0190 or 276-328-2677 during regular business hours; or after 5 p.m., call 276-328-3756 or 911.

If you would like more information with regard to UVa-Wise’s administrative policies and procedures that apply to cases of sexual harassment to include sexual assault, access the policy here www.uvawise.edu/compliance/sexualmisconduct. You may contact the Title IX Coordinator, Tabitha Smith at 276-328-0131 or 276-870-5065.

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Message sent by email to students and employees on behalf of Kathy Still on n March 17, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.

The tornado drill has been completed. All Clear.

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Message sent by email to students and employees on behalf of Kathy Still on March 17, 2015 at 9:54 a.m.

This is a test.  Tornado Warning.  Shelter inside away from windows.  This is a test.

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Message sent by email to students and employees on behalf of the Crisis Management Team n March 17, 2015 at 8:41 a.m.  

UVa-Wise is participating in a statewide tornado drill today at 10 a.m. During the drill, please take a moment to consider what you would do in case of a real tornado event. If a tornado occurs, you should go immediately to the lowest level of their building and move to a windowless interior room, hallway or closet space, taking a drop, cover and hold position. This means crouching as low as possible to the floor, facing down and covering heads with hands.

After the drill, the College will issue an “all clear” a few minutes later to signal the end of the exercise.

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Message sent by email to students and employees on behalf of the Crisis Management Team to students and employees on March 16, 2015 at 8:59 a.m.

UVa-Wise is participating in a statewide tornado drill at 10 a.m. on March 17. During the drill, please take a moment to consider what you would do in case of a real tornado event. If a tornado occurs, you should go immediately to the lowest level of their building and move to a windowless interior room, hallway or closet space, taking a drop, cover and hold position. This means crouching as low as possible to the floor, facing down and covering heads with hands.

After the drill, the College will issue an “all clear” a few minutes later to signal the end of the exercise.

The tornado drill has been completed. All Clear.

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Message sent by email to students and employees on behalf of Kathy Still on March 17, 2015 at 9:54 a.m.

This is a test.  Tornado Warning.  Shelter inside away from windows.  This is a test.

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Message sent by email to students and employees on behalf of the Crisis Management Team on March 17, 2015 at 8:41 a.m.  

UVa-Wise is participating in a statewide tornado drill today at 10 a.m. During the drill, please take a moment to consider what you would do in case of a real tornado event. If a tornado occurs, you should go immediately to the lowest level of their building and move to a windowless interior room, hallway or closet space, taking a drop, cover and hold position. This means crouching as low as possible to the floor, facing down and covering heads with hands.

After the drill, the College will issue an “all clear” a few minutes later to signal the end of the exercise.

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Message sent by email to students and employees on behalf of the Crisis Management Team to students and employees on March 16, 2015 at 8:59 a.m.

UVa-Wise is participating in a statewide tornado drill at 10 a.m. on March 17. During the drill, please take a moment to consider what you would do in case of a real tornado event. If a tornado occurs, you should go immediately to the lowest level of their building and move to a windowless interior room, hallway or closet space, taking a drop, cover and hold position. This means crouching as low as possible to the floor, facing down and covering heads with hands.

After the drill, the College will issue an “all clear” a few minutes later to signal the end of the exercise.

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