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: email@example.com or 734-764-2200.||Send copy of DHS 3200 Form to UMHS||Send copy of DHS 3200 Form to UMHS|
To report wrongdoing anonymously, contact the U-M Compliance Hotline by calling 866-990-0111, or via their website at compliancehotline.umich.edu.
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: https://spectrumcenter.umich.edu/
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 Rychlinskifirstname.lastname@example.org
Children On Campus Program Coordinator-Denne Lawtonemail@example.com
U-M Division of Public Safety and Security-734-763-1131
Office of Institutional Equity-734-763-0235
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.