2008 The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Public Safety Policy and Crime Statistics Act
ISU Public Safety
625 East Humbolt
Pocatello, Idaho 83201
Center for Higher Education
1776 Science Center Drive
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
ISU Boise Center
12301 Explorer Drive, suite 102
Boise, ID 83709
(208) 327-7425 or 282-5401
Emergency Phone Number Police/Fire 911
ISU Public Safety endeavors to: (1) provide a peaceful and secure environment free from the threat of physical harm, property loss, and disruptive activity; and (2) promote mutual cooperation and conflict resolution in establishing a positive social atmosphere in which effective learning can take place.
Pocatello- Idaho State University Public Safety officers are on duty and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Even though the officers are not sworn peace officers, they are responsible for enforcement of university rules and regulations. Public Safety officers are authorized to make citizen's arrests when necessary and detain suspicious subjects for questioning by the police. The ISU campus is within the jurisdiction of the Pocatello Police Department and is patrolled regularly by the Pocatello Police. Various buildings on campus are used regularly by city, county, and state law enforcement for training activities. County and state law enforcement periodically patrol the public streets on campus. Public Safety officers work closely with the city police and other law enforcement agencies to assist in safeguarding the campus community, including its facilities located outside of Pocatello.
Daily Incident Logs
Pocatello Police, Idaho Falls Police and Boise Police use computerized dispatch and records systems to collect and tabulate Uniform Crime Report data, which include crimes based on prejudice which means hate crimes. The systems are designed to record all incidents that occur on ISU property, whether on campus or off, and all incidents that occur at off-campus student organizations recognized by ISU. Crime statistics for all locations are recorded in this pamphlet. Under the Spillman Incident Reporting system, new information is added on the reporting officer's shift. Incident logs are available to the public during business hours on a daily basis. The logs are posted to the web site every 24 hours.
Campus crime, arrest and referral statistics include those reported to ISU Public Safety, the Pocatello Police, designated campus officials, including but not limited to, directors, deans, department heads, advisors to student organizations and athletic coaches.
Each year, an e-mail notification is made to all enrolled students that provides the web site to access this report. Faculty and staff receive similar notification by postcard. Copies of the report may also be obtained at the Public Safety Department, 625 E Humbolt Streetm building number 27, on the ISU campus.
Public Safety officers are Idaho Peace Officer Standard & Training (POST) certified crime prevention specialists and have completed the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators Campus Officer Training program. Officers receive periodic training from workshops and seminars offered through in-service training and through other agencies. All officers receive updated training necessary for quality job performance.
Idaho Falls- Idaho State University and the University of Idaho offer graduate and undergraduate courses at the Center For Higher Education located at 1776 Science Center Drive, Idaho Falls, Idaho, and classes are conducted at the Idaho Falls High School. The facilities are within the jurisdiction of the Idaho Falls Police Department. A security officer is on duty Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Idaho Falls Police off-duty officers hired as Public Safety officers are at the Center for Higher Education site Monday through Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from noon to 6:00 p.m. These officers may be reached by calling the ISU dispatch center in Pocatello who will contact them by radio or by cell phone. The Idaho Falls Police patrol this area in the same manner as they do the rest of the city. Idaho Falls Police use the 911 emergency telephone system, and will respond to all emergency calls at this location as soon as possible. The Idaho Falls campus has no resident housing for students.
Boise- ISU's Boise Center located at 12301 W Explorer Drive, Suiet 102, Boise, Idaho, is within the jurisdiction of the Boise Police Department. The Boise Police patrol this area in the same manner as they do the rest of the city. Idaho State University does not provide security at this location, but it is patroled randomly during the evening and night time by a private security agency. Evening and night time entry to the building is by card access. Boise Police use the 911 emergency telephone system and will respond to all emergency calls at this location as soon as possible. The Boise Center has no resident housing for students.
Branch Campus and Satellite Offices
Please contact ISU Public Safety if you are unsure of where to file a report or from whom to request assistance. ISU Public Safety provides crime prevention and safety awareness training at these locations upon request.
ISU maintains facilities in Blackfoot, Soda Springs, Preston, Lewiston, Twin Falls, Mackay, Fort Hall and Boise (ISU Development Center). BSU, CSI, U of I and Lewiston publish their own pamphlets to inform ISU students, faculty, and staff of their policies and statistics. For crime incident information on the Pocatello campus, see the 2007 Crime Statistics. For crime incident comparison of the Pocatello campus, Idaho Falls branch campus, and Boise office facility, see the 2007 Pocatello Comparison Statistics. The Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) Campus Securty Statistics Website can be accessed at http://ope.ed.gov/security.
Campus and Residence Halls Access
Access to the ISU campus is not controlled, however, entry to residence halls and some buildings are controlled by card access. All Pocatello facilities are patrolled by ISU Public Safety 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and the facilities are locked between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. on weekdays. Most buildings are locked 24 hours a day through the weekend. ISU Public Safety is included in new facility construction and facility remodel reviews.
ISU's student housing program is designed to promote a safe and secure environment for residents. Each residence hall complex has a minimum of two staff persons on duty each evening from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. The on-duty staff members are responsible for locking up the building nightly, doing rounds throughout the facilities, and providing assistance in the absence of the floor resident assistant. Public Safety makes randon patrol of all residence halls and apartment facilities.
ISU Housing has implemented a night security program and escort policy for dorms. Residence halls in cooperation with Public Safety hold a Safety Awareness Week each academic year with programs on personal safety, date rape, self defense, and residence hall and apartment security and safety.
Smoke detectors are installed in all rooms, and fire extinguisher training is required for resident assistants. A full fire safety program has been implemented in university housing.
CCTV (cameras) are used in most parking lots and some buildings.
Card reader access to some facilities is provided for faculty, staff and students. Card reader access to all facilities is being implemented.
All areas of all campuses that are revealed as potentially problematic have security surveys conducted by Public Safety officers who are crime prevention specialists. Administrators from the Student Affairs office, Facilities Services, Residence Life, and other concerned areas review these results. These survey's examine security issues such as landscaping, locks, alarms, lighting, and communications.
Substance Abuse Policy
The substance abuse program goals are: (1) to present factual and accurate information regarding drug and alcohol use, misuse, and abuse; (2) offer alternative behavior options; and (3) provide leadership in the dissemination of information; (4) students are required to obey the laws of the State of Idaho and the policies of the State Board of Education. The substance abuse policy is provided to all students, faculty, and staff in their respective handbooks. All members of the university community are encouraged to familiarize themselves with these policies and procedures.
Students- In addition to the academic development of students, the university recognizes the importance of the health and safety of its students. This includes establishing & maintaining proactive programs to deal with substance use and abuse issues including Red Ribbon Week and Alcohol Awareness Week.
Incidents of substance abuse reported to Public Safety and not prosecuted by the police are recorded officially in the Spillman Crime Reporting System, which is available to the local police at their terminals. These incident are referred for disciplinary action to proper campus authority, i.e., Housing Staff, Judicial Staff, and the Dean of Students, and these actions are recorded as official statistics in the annual report.
Actions Taken by Housing staff, Judicial staff, and through the Dean of Students
Rules and regulations prohibiting or regulating the possession, consumption, use or sale of drugs and alcohol are enumerated in the Student Code of Conduct. Violations include:
- Consumption and possession of alcohol in prohibited areas.
- Distribution of alcohol to or possession by a minor.
- Sale of alcohol.
- Manufacture, possession, use or distribution of narcotics and other controlled substances and paraphernalia. Illicit drugs include, but are not necessarily limited to LSD, mescaline, crack, cocaine, speed, marijuana, heroin, peyote, and those controlled substances listed under schedules I, II, and III in Title 37, Chapter 27, Idaho Code.
Disciplinary actions by residence hall or university systems range from mandatory alcohol education classes and probation to suspension. Students may also be subject to arrest and prosecution for violation of state and federal statutes. An additional consequence of violation of drug laws may be forfeiture of financial aid.
Applicable legal sanctions for the unlawful possession or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol include:
- Penalties for the use, unlawful possession or distribution of illicit drugs range from a misdemeanor penalty of a $300 fine or 6 months in jail to a life term in the Idaho Penitentiary for previous offenders and certain categories of drug dealers. Idaho judges are required in many cases to perform mandatory sentencing of convicted persons.
- A felony is a crime, the penalty for which may be incarceration in the state penitentiary or fine not to exceed $25,000 or both. Federal judges are empowered to sentence offenders to a federal penitentiary or to meet out substantial fines depending on the offense, drug classification and other factors.
- The abuse or illegal possession of alcohol is proscribed under Idaho law. You must be 21 years of age or older in Idaho in order to purchase, possess or consume an alcoholic beverage. If a person's blood alcohol content exceeds 0.10, it is unlawful to drive any motor vehicle and first offense penalties can result in 6 months in jail or a fine of $1000, or both. Driving privileges can also be suspended or revoked. There are also local laws prohibiting public intoxication or underage possession of alcohol.
See Student Handbook for additional information.
- Intervention: Public Safety officers and Student Affairs personnel are trained to identify behavior which is likely to be associated with drug and alcohol use or abuse.
- Evaluation and Treatment: Persons wishing assistance may call the ISU Counseling & Testing Center at 282-2130, Idaho Falls Campus Counsiling and Testing 535-7818, the Dean of Student Affairs at 282-2794 or any of the community resources listed elsewhere in this booklet. Confidentiality is assured to anyone requesting help. Mandatory referrals may be made when a person's behavior has demonstrated that help is needed. In this case, evaluation and treatment may be a condition of remaining in school or living in a residence hall.
- Programs for Education and Prevention: In addition to counseling and education through assessment and treatment, various campus groups distribute information to students regarding drug and alcohol use, misuse, and abuse. Residence halls provide educational programs and guidelines regarding responsible alcohol consumption at off-campus locations and are provided to campus organizations. There are also many community assistance programs that are available. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to make use of these programs in addition to those offered through the university.
Faculty and Staff- Members of the faculty and staff are required to obey the laws of the State of Idaho and policies of the State Board of Education which prohibit or regulate the possession, consumption, sale or use of drugs and alcohol on campus or during university related activities. Violations of these policies shall result in appropriate disciplinary action, including termination. Illegal drugs are not permitted on campus, and alcohol may be consumed only as authorized by the State Board of Education. (See Faculty & Staff Handbook).
|HEALTH RISKS OF DRUGS|
|Hallucinogens||Altered mood & perceptions, focus on detail, anxiety, panic, nausea, synaesthesia||Unpredictable behavior, emotional instability, violent behavior|
|Marijuana||Altered perception, red eyes, dry mouth, reduced concentration & coordination, euphoria, laughing, hunger||Panic reaction, impaired short term memory, addiction|
|Cocaine||Brief intense euphoria, elevated blood pressure & heart rate, restlessness, excitement, feeling of well-being followed by depression||Addiction, heart attack, seizures, lung damages, severe depression, paranoia|
|Depressants||Depressed breathing & heartbeat, intoxication, drowsiness, uncoordinated movements||Possible overdose in combinations with alcohol; muscle rigidity, addiction, withdrawal & overdose require medical treatment|
|Stimulants||Alertness, talkativeness, wakefulness, increased blood pressure, loss of appetite, mood elevation||Fatigue leading to exhaustion, addictions, paranoia, depression, confusion, possibly hallucinations|
|Narcotics||Euphoria, drowsiness, insensitivity to pain, nausea, vomiting, watery eyes, runny nose||Addiction, lethargy, weight loss, contamination from unsterile needles, accidental overdose|
|Inhalants||Nausea, dizziness, headaches, lack of coordination & control||Unconsciousness, suffocation, nausea & vomiting, damage to brain & central nervous system, sudden death|
|HEALTH RISKS OF ALCOHOL|
|Bone||Alcohol stimulates excretion of calcium; associated with osteoporosis in young and middle-aged men who are chronic drinkers|
|Brain||Consumption of 3-9 drinks weekly is associated with increased risk of stroke from bleeding into the membrane covering the brain and spinal cord. (Other studies suggest drinking may protect against some types of strokes.) Heavy consumption can lead to dementia, blackouts, seizures, hallucinations, memory loss, learning deficit, difficult swallowing, depression, antisocial personality disorder.|
|Esophagus||Especially in association with smoking, chronic drinkers have higher risk of cancer.|
|Heart||Moderate consumption can bring on painful coronary artery spasms in susceptible patients. (Other studies have suggested low and moderate drinking may protect against some types of heart disease.) Higher levels can cause abnormal heart rhythms, decrease heart strength.|
|Larynx||Alcohol abuse is associated with increased risk of cancer.|
|Liver||Daily light drinking may cause reversible accumulation of fat in the liver; larger doses cause alcohol hepatitis; chronic drinking may result in irreversible cirrhosis, treatable only with liver transplant. Alcohol abuse has been associated with increased cancer risk.|
|Muscle||Alcohol dependent people are susceptible to acute and chronic muscle injury and muscle atrophy.|
|Nutritional Deficiencies||Alcohol interferes with absorption and metabolism of vitamins, minerals, fats, carbohydrates, proteins; resulting deficiencies may include anemia, neuropathies.|
|Pancreas||Heavy alcohol consumption can cause pancreatitis.|
|Reproductive System||Alcoholic men suffer low levels of hormone testosterone. Hormonal imbalances can cause testicles to atrophy, breasts to enlarge and impotence. Alcoholic women can lose menstrual period, become unable to ovulate, perhaps suffer early onset of menopause. Women who drink heavily may give birth to deformed & retarded babies suffering from Fetal Alcohol Syndrome or milder impairment called Fetal Alcohol Effects.|
|Stomach||Regular consumption can exacerbate peptic ulcers, also lead to cancer|
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Public Safety Policy & Crime Statistics Act pamphlet is published annually and distributed to various public locations in Pocatello, Idaho Falls and Boise. Students are notified by e-mail of the web location for the pamphlet and that the pamphlet is available upon request. Notices are distributed by campus mail to staff and faculty that a pamphlet is available upon request.
A condensed edition is in the course schedule published each semester. Information about the statistics and information about the web site address is printed in a booklet about ISU distributed by Enrollment Planning/Recruitment and in the course schedule.
Crime Prevention and Safety Awareness
It is the goal of the university and ISU Public Safety to ensure that the campus community is conscious of their own safety. ISU Public Safety officers coordinate efforts with the Director of University Housing, the Dean of Student Affairs, the Director of Student Health, the Idaho Falls Center Director and local police Community Services Offices to initiate educational programs in the areas of crime prevention and safety awareness. This is accomplished through programs such as Campus Watch, New Student Orientation, New Employee Orientation, workshops, seminars, dorm meetings, newsletters and pamphlets that target individual areas of concern.
Public Safety conducts annual Crime Prevention and safety surveys and reviews construction plans of all university facilities. These programs are designed to encourage people to be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others.
Areas of concern include, but are not limited to, residential security, personal property inventory, vehicle safety, alcohol and drug awareness, personal safety, rape and acquaintance rape precautions, and what to do if you cannot avoid the occurrence of a problem.
Security education programs are conducted at residence halls at least once a semester. Freshmen orientation is done at the beginning of spring semester. Security seminars or newsletters are used regularly each year to inform faculty and staff of crime prevention issues and techniques.
In the event that a situation arises, either on or off campus, that, in the judgement of the Director of Public Safety, constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a campus wide "timely warning" will be issued. Electronic media such as mass e-mail, phone mail, and a campus radio station are used to disseminate information to students, faculty and staff. Electronic bulletin boards are used and notices may also be distributed by hand and posted in affected areas of campus when warranted. This includes residence halls with door to door notification if needed.
Depending on theparticular circumstances of the crime, or other emergency, expecially in all situations that could pose an immediate threat to the community, the Public Safety Department may also make notification through the reverse 911 system in coordination with the Pocatello Police Department.
Anyone with information warranting a timely warning should report the circumstances to Public Safety by phone, 282-2515, or in person at 625 East Humbolt, (Building number 27), on the ISU campus.
Electronic media such as email, phone mail, the Public Safety website, the Campus Watch newsletter and a campus radio station are used disseminate information to the campus community. Notices may also be distributed by hand and posted in affected areas of campus when warranted.
ISU Public Safety provides safety escorts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 282-2515.
ISU Public Safety offers Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) training. RAD is the first "women only" class to offer the opportunity to train in basic self defense tactics. RAD is available to female students, faculty, and staff by contacting Public Safety at 282-2515.
Crime prevention packets are given to victims of crime. The packet contains information on reporting protocol, victims assistance and crime prevention suggestions.
All crime prevention pamphlets produced by ISU Public Safety, direct the reader to contact the police or ISU Public Safety to report incidents.
Campus Watch works with the PPD Neighborhood Watch Program.
A course requirement for the new freshmen First Year Seminar course is that the Janet C. Anderson Gender Resource Center present a one hour class for each section. Public Safety officers are invited to present to these classes as well. Information is distributed regarding personal safety, sexual assault and violence against women, safety in campus housing, and safety in campus or neighborhood apartment living. Pamphlets are handed out which describe how to report criminal activity.
ISU Public Safety directs a community oriented program, Students on Patrol (SOP), modeled after the popular Citizens on Patrol (COP). Students go through introductory training prior to engaging in any patrol like activities. SOP volunteers patrol campus and report suspicious activity via radio to Public Safety officers for immediate response.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Sexual assault and sexual harassment are not condoned by the university and will be thoroughly investigated. The University educates the student community about sexual assaults and date rape through freshmen orientations, pamphlets and brochures, presentations to First Year Seminar classes, presentations through Rape Aggression Defense courses on avoidance and risk reduction techniques and other information programs. Literature on date rape education is available through the Anderson Gender Resource Center.
If you are a victim of sexual assault at this institution, your first priority should be to get to a place of safety. You should then obtain necessary medical treatment. Public Safety strongly advocates that a victim of sexual assault report the incident in a timely manner. Time is a critical factor for evidence collection and preservation. An assault should be reported directly to a Public Safety officer and/or the local police. Filing a report will not obligate the victim to prosecute, nor will it subject the victim to scrutiny or judgmental opinion. Filing a report will: (1) ensure that the victim of sexual assault receives the necessary medical treatment and tests. Medical treatment and tests are at no cost to the victim when requested by the Pocatello Police; (2) provide the opportunity for collection of evidence helpful in prosecution, which cannot be obtained later (ideally a victim of sexual assault should not wash, douche, use the toilet, or change clothing prior to a medical/legal exam); (3) provide a victin's advocate to be with and advise the victim throughout the crisis; and (4) assure the victim has access to free confidential counseling from counselors specifically trained in the area of sexual assault crisis intervention.
When a sexual assault victim contacts the Public Safety Department, the local police department and a representation from the Vice President of Student Affairs office will be notified. The victim of a sexual assault may choose the investigation to be pursued through the criminal justice system and the Student Affairs Disciplinary Counsel, or only the latter. A wavier may be signed with the local police that states the victim does not want the incident investigated by the Police. A representative of Public Safety and the Gender Resource Center will guide the victim through the available options and support the victim in his or her decision. Various counseling options are available from the University through the Student Health Center, the Gender Resource Center, Employee Assistance, and the Counseling Center, Counseling and support services outside the University system can be obtained through the family Service Alliance Center in Pocatello, or through the victin's advocacy program in your area.
University disciplinary proceedings, as well as special guidelines, for cases involving sexual misconduct, are detailed in the Student Handbook. The handbook provides, in part, that the accused and the victimn will each be allowed to choose one person to accompany them throughout the hearing. Both the victim and the accused will be informed of the outcome of the hearing. A student found guilty of violating the University sexual misconduct policy could be criminally prosecuted in the state courts and may be suspended or expelled from the University for the first offense. Student victims have an option to change their academic and/or on-campus living situations after an alleged sexual assault, if such changes are reasonably available.
The Anderson Gender Resourse Center trains, directs, and coordinates an advocacy program, "Project Hope" for women and men who need assistance. Advocates are on call 24 hours a day.
Each month an ISU campus case management team meets to coordinate assistance for victims. Monthly meetings of the Bannock County and Bonneville County Domestic Violence Task Force are attended by ISU Public Safety.
Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act
As a requirement of the Clery Act and the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act and the Idaho Sexual Offender Registration Notification and Community Right to Know Act, the Idaho State Police provides the university with s sex offender registration list and routine notifications of current students or employees on the list. Public Safety posts these updates and distribute them to the Dean of Students and Human Resources. The list is located in the Public Safety office. The list is provided by the Idaho State Police and connot be used to harass or intimidate anyone. Anyone using registry information to commit a crime against another is subject to arrest pursuant to Idaho Code 18-8326. Additional information regarding the Sex Offender Registry may be found at: Public Access to Sex Offender Registry. Information on sex offenders in other states may be found at http://www.criminalcheck.com/
Crime Reporting Policy
It is the policy of Idaho State University that all criminal activity is to be reported to ISU Public Safety, 625 E. Humbolt, (208)-282-2515, and to the police department in your location and that students, faculty, and staff should cooperate fully in any investigation of criminal conduct. Students may also report incidents of criminal offenses to the Vice President of Student Affairs Office, Hypostyle 284 Stop 8123, (208) 282-2794. Faculty and staff may also report incidents of criminal offenses to the Human Resources Office, Administration 312 Stop 8107, (208)282-2517.
Designated campus officials, Public Safety authorities, are provided training with information and forms to report to Public Safety any possible criminal circumstances that is reported to them. These officials include, but are not limited to, directors, deans, department heads, advisors to student organizations and athletic coaches.
As a result of the negotiated rule making process which followed the signing into law, the 1998 amendments to 20 U.S.C. Section 1092 (f), clarification was given to those considered to be Public Safety authorities. Campus "Pastoral Counselors" and Campus "Professional Counselors", when acting as such, are not considered to be a Public Safety authority and are not required to report crimes for inclusion into the annual disclosure of crime statistics.
The rulemaking committee defines counselors as:
Pastoral Counselor - an employee of an institution who is associated with a religious order or denomination , recognized by that religious order or denomination as someone who provides confidential counseling and who is functioning within the scope of that recognition as a pastoral counselor.
Professional Counselor - an employee of an institution whose official responsibilities include providing psychological counseling to members of the institution's community and who is functioning within the scope of his or her license or certification.
Annual letters are sent to campus pastoral leaders to notify them of University services and to ask them to encourage any crime victims they are counceling to report the incident to the police, Public Safety, or through our voluntary or anonymous reporting system.
Voluntary Confidential Reporting
If you are the victim of a crime and do not want to pursue action within the University System or the criminal justice system, you may still want to consider making a confidential report. With your permission, the Anderson Gender Resource Center, the Vice President of Student Affairs office, the Housing Director, or Athletic Director, can file a report on the details of the incident without revealing your identity. The purpose of the confidential repoort is to comply with your wish to keep the matter confidential, while takings steps to ensure the future safety of yourself and others. With such information, the University can keep an accurate record of the numgber of incidents involving students, determin where there is a pattern of crime with regard to a particular location, method, or assailant, and alert the campus community to potential danger. Reports filed in this manner are counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for the institution.
|Anderson Gender Resource Center||(208) 282-4673 Graveley North 114 Stop 8141|
|Vice President of Student Afairs||(208) 282- 2794 Hypostlye 284 Stop 8123|
|University Housing Director||(208) 282- 2120 West Campus Apt Stop 8083|
|Athletic Director||(208) 282-2771 Holt Arena Stop 8173|
A Silent Witness form found on the Public Safety web site may be used to make anonymous reports. When the form is transmitted the person making the report is not identifiable to the recipient who is a Public Safety official. All information received is kept strictly confidential. A timely warning may be sent out to alert others of potential danger if the circumstance of you anonymous report are considered a danger to the campus community at large. Reportable offenses are recorded in the statistics portion of the pamphlet.
How To Report A Crime (or any suspicious circumstance)
Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to report any suspicious activity to ISU Public Safety and to report any criminal activity immediately to the police department in your location.
|ISU Public Safety 282-2515|
|Idaho Falls Police||911 or||529-1200|
|Boise Police||911 or||377-6790|
|Blackfoot Police||911 or||785-1234|
|Preston Police||911 or||852-2433|
|Soda Springs||911 or||547-3213|
|Twin Falls||911 or||735-1911|
|Pocatello Police||911 or||234-6100|
Please contact ISU Public Safety if you are unsure of where to file a report or from whom to request assistance. ISU Public Safety officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ISU Public Safety dispatch may be contacted at any time by calling 282-2515. The web site address is http://www.isu.edu/pubsafe. All crimes will be investigated by Public Safety and/or Pocatello Police and referrals made for prosecution or disciplinary referral.
Emergency "Blue Light" telephones have been placed at various locations at the Pocatello and Idaho Falls campus and are designated on your campus parking map. These phones are directly connected with the Pocatello Police - Idaho Falls Police. When the button is pushed, the call is automatically registered on an enunciator panel and police officers are dispatched immediately. If possible, you should stay on the line to give details.
If you cannot get to an emergency phone, dial 911 from any campus phone.
Public Safety Crime Prevention information and pamphlets are distributed via presentations, orientations, and mail and in various locations around campus. Pamphlets describe how to report criminal activity.
Additional Assistance (Help available)
The Counseling and Testing Center, on the third floor of Graveley Hall, 282-2130, offers professional counseling for victims of crimes and/or emotional problems associated with the stress of school, home, work, etc. Individual or group counseling sessions are available for Adult Children of Alcoholics, Adults Sexually Abused as Children, and other areas of self help. Additional help is available through the Student Health Center, Employee Assistance Programs or any number of community programs. A resource guide is included in this booklet.
The Healthy Lifestyles Information Center is located in the SUB and provides information on health concerns. They can be reached by calling 282-2330. The Psychology Clinic offers affordable alcohol screening and counseling.
Pocatello Community Resource List
Alcoholics Anonymous 1-208-235-2444
Al-anon (24 hour crisis line for family members of alcoholics) 1-888-425-2666
Road to Recovery 233-9135
ISU Psychology Clinic 282-2129
Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault 251-4357
Mental Health Emergency 235-5869
Aid For Friends Homeless Shelter (days) 232-0178
Aid For Friends Homeless Shelter (nights) 232-5669
Bannock County Services 236-7347
Bannock House Adolescent Services 234-2244
Child Protection 239-6200
Health & Welfare 235-2900
Salvation Army 232-5318
Family Services Alliance 232-0742 (Crisis Line 251-4357)
ISU Counseling and Testing Center 282-2130
Hospital & Emergency Medical Services
Portneuf Medical Center, 651 Memorial Drive, 239-1000
Suicide Prevention Hotline (Boise) 1 (800) 564-2120
POISON CONTROL (Boise) 1-800-860-0620
IDAHO FALLS COMMUNITY RESOURCE LIST
Alcoholics Anonymous 524-7729
Al-anon 522-4947 (24-hour crisis line for family members of alcoholics)
Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-422-4453
Rape Crisis Line 521-6018
Suicide Prevention Hotline (Boise) (800) 564-2120
Domestic Violence Intervention, 150 Memorial Drive, 529-4352
(Support groups and counseling for women who have been abused)
Department of Health and Welfare, Family and Child Division, 150 Shoup, 528-5900 (Investigative, advocacy, and treatment services for children who have been abused)
Hospitals & Emergency Medical Services
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, 3100 Channing Way 529-6111
POISON CONTROL 1-800-860-0620
Adult Mental Health 227-2100
BOISE COMMUNITY RESOURCE LIST
Alcoholics Anonymous, 1524 W. Vista Avenue, 344-6611
Drug Free Idaho, non profit org. 6081 Clinton St. 373-5455
Rape Crisis Line 345-7273
Suicide Prevention Crisis Line 1-800-564-2120
Child Abuse Hot Line 1-800-422-4453
Domestic Violence Crisis Line 343-7025
Community House, 375 South 13th, 389-9840 (emergency housing
WCA, 720 W. Washisngton, 343-7025 (housing for battered & abused children & adults)
Salvation Army, 1617 N. 24th, 343-3571 (emergency housing services)
Child Protection (H&W), 1720 Westgate 334-0800 -- after hours, 334-0808
Adult Protection 322-7033
Women's Crisis Center (YWCA) 343-7025
Rape Crisis Center (YWCA) 345-7273
Victim/Witness Assistance Coordinator - Ada County Sheriff's Dept. 287-5713
Hospitals & Emergency Medical Services
St. Alphonsus Hospital 1055 N. Curtis
POISON CENTER 1-800-860-0620
St. Luke's Hospital 190 E. Bannock
Behavioral Health Care Intermountain Hospital, Psychiatric Services, 303 Allumbaugh, 377-8400