Graduate Academic Catalog 2012-2013
Southern Polytechnic is committed to a safe, healthy environment in which our students, faculty and staff can grow professionally and personally. The University promotes strong safety policies and prompt reporting and investigation of any actions or events that would harm the well-being of any student, employee, or faculty member.
The University Police employs police officers who comply with certification, training, and all other requirements of the Peace Officers Standards and Training Council of Georgia. Our officers have arrest powers on Southern Polytechnic property and on any public or private property within five hundred yards of property under the control of the Board of Regents. Our officers conduct preventive patrols on campus including the residence halls, secure University-owned property, investigate reported crimes at the university, conduct educational programs and workshops to promote personal safety, and actively work to prevent and detect crime throughout the Southern Polytechnic community. Our disclosure report can be found at http://police.spsu.edu.