Safe, Secure and Supported—Preventing Violence and Protecting Academic Integrity at LFCC

120626_SeeSomthing_SaySomething_Form_ButtonDear Community Member,

If you have a concern about something you’ve observed or heard that may impact the safety of our environment or that may disrupt the delivery of our educational process, we encourage you fill out the See Something, Say Something report form.

After receiving the report, a group of dedicated professionals from across our campuses will review the information and determine what course of action may be appropriate. 

If you have an immediate emergency, Dial 911 or contact campus security at 540-868-SAFE (7233) at the Middletown Campus and Luray-Page County Center or 540-351-1555 at the Fauquier Campus.

Explore the various ways that LFCC is keeping students and staff safe:

  • Threat Assessment Management (TAM) Team ~ proactive identification and objective assessment of potential threats and rapid response.
  • Student Support Team (SST) ~ The mission of the Student Support Team is to 1) assist students whose behavior may present a harm to self, more than others; 2) assist students facing issues like anxiety, depression and/or struggle with diagnosed or undiagnosed mental health issues; substance abuse and domestic violence 3) provide referrals to students, faculty and staff to campus and/or community resources. 
  • Title IX ~ Title IX addresses sexual harassment, gender-based discrimination, and sexual violence.
  • FREE Self Defense Courses ~ LFCC offers R.A.D. Rape Aggression Defense classes several time a year for female students, staff, and community members. If you are interested in being added to the mailing list please fill out the form located at http://goo.gl/forms/Eu1f8OQoL8 . If you are a male student, staff, or community member interested in defense courses, please email studentlife@lfcc.edu.  

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