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Florida State University New Faculty Orientation. Presented by: Brandon Bowden, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs David L. Perry, FSUPD Assistant Vice President & Chief of Police August 18, 2014. Faculty/Staff Emergency Guide. Purpose:

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Florida state university new faculty orientation
Florida State UniversityNew Faculty Orientation

Presented by:

Brandon Bowden,

Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs

David L. Perry, FSUPD

Assistant Vice President & Chief of Police

August 18, 2014

Faculty/Staff Emergency Guide

  • Purpose:

    • Create awareness of resources and practices for dealing with

    • distressed students

    • Become familiar with resources and practices prior to needing them

  • Received paper folder in handouts and available online at:

    • http://deanofstudents.fsu.edu/

    • http://studentaffairs.fsu.edu/

Folder Contents

  • Signs of a distressed student

  • Crisis response and how to handle questionable behavior

  • Tips for handling a distressed student who has a weapon

  • How to gain access to the Victim Advocate Program and Employee Assistance Services

  • Information about class absence and deceased student notices

  • Emergency resources for consultation and referral

  • Title IX information

Folder Resources

  • Additional Comments

    • Confidentiality and FERPA

      • Health and Safety Exception

    • Student Situation Resolution Team (SSRT)

Dean of Students Department

Contact the Department for Assistance


Part of the Division of Student Affairs

Michelle Burke – Dean of Students

The Florida State University Police Department

Chief David L. Perry

Deputy Chief Jim Russell

Captain Jason Trumbower

Fsupd fact sheet
FSUPD Fact Sheet

  • Full Service, Accredited Law Enforcement Agency (Florida Commission on Accreditation)

  • Police with powers of arrest, not Campus Security

  • 24/7/365 campus response

  • 67 sworn Police Officers, numerous civilian support staff

  • Follow compliance with Department of Education Crime Reporting Guidelines (Clery)

Critical Incident Training

  • FSUPD Conducts Yearly “Realistic” Training

  • Have Instructors on staff

  • Yearly Weapons Qualification

  • Accredited Agency with approved Policy and Procedures

FSU Emergency Alert System

33 Methods of Notification

Primary Notification Methods

  • www.fsu.edu Home Page

  • Alerts.fsu.edu (Alerts Page)

  • Outdoor Sirens

  • NOAA Weather Radios

  • Text Messages

  • E-mail

  • Blue-Light Safety Telephones

  • (850) 644-INFO Hotline

  • 530AM Visitor Information Radio

  • Voice-mail Message

  • Reverse-Dialing (ADA)

  • Computer Network-Up Windows

  • RSS Feeds

  • Network Login Portals (Omni)

  • Facebook

  • MySpace

  • Twitter

Fsu emergency alert system
FSU Emergency Alert System

  • Network Login Pages (Blackboard and Omni)

  • Online Newspaper

  • Voice over Fire Alarm

Secondary Notification Methods

  • 2-Way Radios

  • Electronic Message Boards

  • Electronic Card Swipe

  • Seminole Cablevision

  • WFSU Television

  • WFSU Radio

  • Vehicle Public Address Speakers


Domestic Security Awareness Training for Faculty and Staff

Training Videos shown during classroom training sessions

Threat Assessment Team



Where YOU Can Make A Difference!

  • Timely Notification of Situations and Incidents (Regardless of the Location)

  • Proper Communication with FSU Staff or Administrators

  • Proper Communication with the Dean of Students Office or the Police Department

  • Tell Someone!

  • The Little Things Matter:


Florida State University New Faculty Orientation