The Public Safety Office is here to provide a safe learning environment for students, faculty, and staff by building relationships, equipping our community with relevant safety information, monitoring video surveillance, and maintaining a physical presence throughout the campus. Evangel University has a professionally trained team of public safety officers on duty 24/7, 365 days a year.
Programs and Services
For more information about any of our services or programs, email our staff or call 417.575.8911.
- Sexual Assault and Rape Prevention (SHARP) – free classes for anyone interested in learning self-defense techniques, specifically targeted to address potential sexual assault.
- Active Shooter Response – hands on training in case of an active shooter on campus.
- Emergency Notifications – for campus-wide emergencies or threat of crimes. Messages sent through text, phone, and/or email.
- Campus Assistance:
- Safe Walk – anywhere on campus
- Jump Start – for a dead vehicle battery
- Lock Help – if keys get locked in your vehicle
- Tire Inflation – for a flat tire
Title IX states that: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance”.
We are committed to caring for our community and we encourage individuals to report sexual misconduct to the university, as well as to appropriate law enforcement officials. For more detailed information, visit the Title IX page on our website.
The Evangel University’s Department of Public Safety encourages students, faculty, staff and visitors to educate themselves about the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and the resources available.
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- Be alert and make smart choices
- Walk with a friend or in a group of friends
- Focus on your surroundings, not your phone or electronics
- Know your route and the quickest way to get help
- Know the location of emergency telephones
- Use the Safe Walk program