Campus Safety Information and Reports
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program Spring 2022
Substance Abuse Awareness
Fire and Tornado Guidelines
Missing Persons Procedures
Reporting Sexual Abuse or Harassment
2021 Campus Crisis Management Plan
Reporting Crime and Emergencies
Rosedale Bible College does not maintain its own police department and relies on the Madison County Sheriff’s Department and Ohio State Highway Patrol for law enforcement. An crimes occurring on campus should be immediately reported to local authorities by calling 911 (for emergencies) or the Madison County Sheriff at 740-852-1212 (Non-Emergency). After calling 911, emergencies should be immediately reported to the Resident Directors, Dean of Students, or other college staff person. In cases of fire, severe weather, criminal activity, or other emergency situations that pose a threat to campus safety, students and staff will be notified via social media and SMS text messages. Students should update their cell phone number with the Dean of Students to ensure timely notification.
Campus Crime Log
In accordance with the October 1998 revisions of the Campus Security Act, Rosedale Bible College maintains a log, recording all crimes that are reported to the police or campus security officials, including the nature, date, time, and general location of each crime, and the disposition of the complaint, if known. This log can be obtained upon request at the dean of students’ office.
Campus Crime Statistics and Fire Safety Report
The following statistics provided in compliance with the Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 and amended in 1992 and 1998, are for your information as part of the overall safety and security program. This data reflects disclosure of certain incidents, as required by the law, that are reported to the Dean of Students or local police agencies for the three calendar years preceding the year in which the report is disclosed. Statistics of crimes reported to pastoral or professional counselors are generally not included in this report, unless it is deemed appropriate to inform their clients of any procedures to report crimes on a voluntary, confidential basis for inclusion in the annual disclosure. A physical copy of this report is available upon request at the financial aid office.
2022 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
2021 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
2019 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
2018 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
2017 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
2016 Crime and Fire Safety Report
2015 Crime and Fire Safety Report
2014 Crime and Fire Safety Report
2013 Crime and Fire Safety Report