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Patrol Officer Duties
- Vehicle lockout assistance
- Vehicle jumpstart assistance
- Bicycle, foot, vehicle patrols
- First Responders for medical/criminal emergencies
- Crime Prevention
- Enforcement of Law and University Policy
- Investigation and Reporting
- Other as needed
Dispatch/Office Personnel Duties
- Student ID services
- Vehicle and bicycle registration
- Camera monitoring
- Emergency telephone monitoring
- Other telephone communications and dispatching services
- Other as needed
Location and Hours
The Security Communications Center is located on the bottom level of the Gabhart Student Center between University Ministries and the Cafeteria. The Security Office is open:
- 24 hours a day
- 7 days a week
- 365 days a year
Belmont Non-Emergency 615/460-6617
Belmont Emergency 615/460-6911
Metro Non-Emergency 615/862-8600
Metro Emergency 911
Every Security Officer is trained to respond to emergency situations, whether medical, criminal, or natural. Should an emergency arise on campus, we ask that you call Belmont Security immediately. Once an emergency call is received by our office, we call metro emergency or non-emergency, depending on the need. One officer reports to the scene to offer aid and/or assistance until the appropriate emergency vehicle (police, ambulance, fire) arrives. Another officer goes to a predetermined location to meet the emergency vehicle and to escort them to the location of the incident. When metro receives a call for service, they may not know where to find the specific location on campus. Our procedures help to expedite services.
These procedures DO NOT prohibit others from calling metro emergency or non-emergency if they choose. We simply ask that you also give us a call.