Important Updates

A new policy — SPG 601.91 Clery Act Compliance — outlines the expectations of the U-M Division of Public Safety and Security and employees designated as CSAs in the university’s compliance with the Clery Act.  Adults working with minors have been identified as CSAs and must complete the mandatory training annually in addition to the required CoC training modules. Any questions related to Clery training requirements can be directed to

Emergency Information and Preparedness Guidelines

Emergency or Immediate Assistance-contact the police by dialing 9-1-1, and then alert Risk Management regarding the situation at 734-764-2200.

Misconduct or Abuse of A Minor

If You Observe Abuse in Action If You Suspect A Child Has Been Abused If you are Not Sure
Intervene to stop the abuse if it is safe to do so Immediately notify Supervisor or Program Administration Consult with the Michigan Medicine Child Protection Team
Call For Help! Dial 9-1-1 for Campus Police A report must be made to law enforcement or the Department of Human Services immediately: 855-444-3911 Follow safety protocols and report to law enforcement or the Department of Human Services: 855-444-3911
Report to Program Administrator and Risk Management Services: or 734-764-2200. Send copy of DHS 3200 Form to UMHS Send copy of DHS 3200  Form to UMHS

Compliance Hotline

To report wrongdoing anonymously, contact the U-M Compliance Hotline by calling 866-990-0111, or via their website at

All information reported will be handled in a sensitive and confidential manner.

 Campus Safety and Security Information

For current information on campus safety and security, we recommend visiting the Department of Public Safety and Security website.

Non-Emergency Youth Mental Well-being Referrals and Support

Contact the Spectrum Center:

Note: The Spectrum center does not provide services for minors on campus but will direct program administrators to the appropriate resources. 

Additional Emergency Information

Risk Management Assistant Director- Kate

Children On Campus Program Coordinator-Denne

U-M Division of Public Safety and Security-734-763-1131

Office of Institutional Equity-734-763-0235

Injury Report Form

Emergency Preparedness Guidelines

The information listed below are suggested guidelines and should not replace the emergency protocols in place at the University.

  • Program administrators, volunteers, and staff should sign up for the Emergency Alert System.
  • A current roster of program participants should be maintained in case of an emergency.
  • Program participants, parents and guardians should be encouraged to sign up for the U-M Public Service App.
  • Emergency plans should be developed and reviewed periodically for updates.
  • Program attendance should be taken daily for programs occurring for more than (1) day or overnight.
  • A medication storage and retrieval process should be developed in case of an emergency evacuation.