Campus Safety

Report a Crime:

Crimes in progress, or other emergency situations should be reported by calling 9-1-1.

To report a crime that occurred on-campus, contact Marion Campus Public Safety.

Crimes occurring off-campus should be reported in the jurisdiction they occurred. In either case, try not to disturb the crime scene until the responding officer has completed their investigation. If you must move or disturb something, make a note and advise officers.

File a Behavior Concern Report:

Complete the online Behavior Concern Report form to file an electronic report regarding your concern for a student, request the Consultation and Assessment Team to further assess a situation, or initiate contact with the CAT.

To learn more about the CAT Team click here.

About Us:

The Marion Campus Public Safety Office is committed to providing quality law enforcement, security, emergency management planning and other public safety services designed to enhance a safe and secure environment. In the interest of your safety, the Ohio State University at Marion and Marion Technical College hope you will become familiar with all campus public safety information.

If this site does not provide answers to questions you may have, additional safety and security information, including the Annual Safety and Security Report, can be obtained from the Marion Campus Public Safety Office. The office is located in room 138 - Morrill Hall.

The Marion Campus Public Safety Office maintains a close working relationship with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Ohio State Highway Patrol, The Ohio State University Department of Public Safety, and other local emergency responders. Emergency numbers and other helpful information to assist the students, faculty and staff on the Marion Campus can be found on the Emergency Contact Information page.

Anyone with public safety comments, questions or suggestions can contact Jade Elkins, Marion Campus Public Safety Office at (614) 292-2121. If you have an emergency - dial 911.

Surviving an Active Aggressor

Finding yourself in an active shooter situation can cause extreme panic and disorientation. But if you know what to do ahead of time, your chances of surviving this type of emergency situation are greatly increased.

Learn more about how to survive an active aggressor.