Campus Safety & Security Information and Resources

Emergency Response Info

If there is an emergency that requires police, ambulance, or fire response:


As an institution of education, Mid has a responsibility to provide a learning environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors that consistently provides safe and healthy surroundings. Our primary considerations is to provide an equitable, secure and safe College environment. As such, we rely on all members of the Mid community to identify and report potential safety concerns. An important part of this process is through educating the community about guidelines for safety concerns, reporting processes, potential hazards, available resources, and crime statistic disclosures.

This webpage is maintained by the Office of College Compliance and Ethics, and is intended to provide important information and resources relating to campus safety and security. For general safety and security questions or information please contact:

Martricia (Tricia) Farrell

Director of College Compliance and Ethics, Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator

1375 S. Clare Ave., Harrison, MI 48625/ Office: Business Services Suite, Room 205
2600 S. Summerton Rd. Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858/ Office: Center for Liberal Arts & Business, Room 168C (located inside Library and Learning Services)

(989) 386-6622 ext. 394/

Office Hours: 8am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday (These hours are subject to minor variations)

Campus Security

Campus security services are provided by Clare County and Isabella County Sheriff’s Department during the day with a Liaison Officer assigned to each campus Monday – Thursday. Event, evening and Friday security services are provided by STT. Coverage is provided from 7:00am to 10pm Monday through Thursday and from 7am to 5:00pm on Friday. Summer hours may vary but will be maintained for the duration of daily class times and while College buildings are open to students, staff, and visitors.Security coverage will also be available for all on-campus events and activities when buildings are open and accessible to the campus community or when events occur outside normal operational hours.

Reports of any suspicious acts (criminal or otherwise) which threaten a person, damage property or result in harmful implication should be reported to Campus Security. Campus Security contact information is as follows:

Harrison Campus Security
Safety and Security Office - 139
(989) 339-4204 |

Mt. Pleasant Campus Security
Room 146- Center for Student Services
(989) 339-7323 |

Security services include addressing reports of crime and or disruptive behavior, escort services, lost and found, campus surveillance and property patrol, parking enforcement, emergency assistance – first aid, auto-jump start, and can provide general campus information/direction, and Mid policy enforcement.

Emergency Contact Information - Police

In an emergency please contact 911, or for non-emergency matters that may require assistance from law enforcement please contact the following agency with responding jurisdiction for the Harrison or Mt. Pleasant campuses as follows:

Harrison Campus
Clare County Sheriff’s Department
255 W. Main St., Harrison, MI48625
(989) 539-7166

Mt. Pleasant Campus
Isabella County Sheriff’s Department
207 Court St., Mt. Pleasant, MI48858
(989) 772-5911

For incidents occurring at off-campus events or activities, please contact 911, or contact law enforcement with responding jurisdiction, and follow up with Campus Security.

Anonymous tips may be reported to the Michigan State Police, for various tip-line information please visit the Michigan State Police tip line webpage.

Online Reporting Options

Mid encourages prompt reporting of any crime to Campus Security, and offers an online report form for matter surrounding conduct issues, wellness concerns, acts of discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct, or any other policy violation. Online reports can be submitted using ONLINE REPORTING FORMS located on our Mid Cares! webpage. Reports submitted through the online system are monitored by the Security Operations and Systems Coordinator and routed to the proper College Official. These Officials are as follows:

Conduct related issues

Ryan Harkrader

Director of Student Conduct/Athletic Director
Mt. Pleasant Campus: 2600 S. Summerton Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Harrison Campus: 1375 S. Clare Ave., Harrison, MI 48625
(989) 773-6622 x548 |

Wellness Concerns

Visit Student Wellness at Mid.

Title IX, Civil Rights, Discrimination, Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Issues

Martricia (Tricia) Farrell

Director of College Compliance & Ethics, Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator
1375 S. Clare Ave, Harrison, MI 48625 | Office: Business Services & Payroll, Room 205
2600 S. Summerton Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858 | Office: Center for Liberal Arts & Business, Room 168C (located inside Library and Learning Services)

(989) 386-6622 x394 |

Emergency Contact Information – Health

There are various Urgent Care Facilities throughout Clare, Gladwin, and Isabella Counties that offer ‘walk-in’ medical assistance for non-emergency health related matters.For health related matters that require immediate emergency assistance, call 911, or visit the nearest emergency room.

Clare County Emergency Room/Hospital

MidMichigan Medical Center-Clare
703 N. McEwan St., Clare, MI 48617
(989) 802-5000
Open 24 hours

Gladwin County Emergency Room/Hospital

MidMichigan Medical Center-Gladwin
515 Quarter St.,Gladwin, MI 48624
(989) 246-6258
Open 24 hours

Isabella County Emergency Room/Hospital

McLaren Central Michigan
1221 South Drive, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
(989) 772-6700
Open 24 hours

***For individuals of sexual assault: While most emergency rooms offer sexual assault evidence collection kits, they may not have Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) on staff. SANE personnel have received specialized training in the collection of evidence, testing, and treatment. Currently, McLaren Hospital in Mt. Pleasant offers such specialized nursing. For alternate SANE Service locations consider contacting (800) 656-HOPE.***

Sexual Misconduct InformatioN

Mid is committed to maintaining a safe but unhindered environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to work and learn. Our primary concern is for the safety of our Campus Community and providing an environment where individual’s rights are protected from all forms of discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct. This includes acts of sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual exploitation, and stalking and has policies, procedures, and resource information in place for when such acts occur.

Information on the College’s Campus Title IX-Sexual Harassment Policy, Non-Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct Policy, Title IX Coordinator and Title IX, Complainant and Respondent’s Rights, and various other information is available on the College’s Title IX & Civil Rights webpage.

Confidential Resources and Support

The College encourages individuals who have experienced acts of criminal or sexual violence to report the conduct to the College’s Title IX Coordinator, Campus Security, or local law enforcement. However, the College understands that there are many barriers to reporting, both individual and societal. Not every individual will choose to make a formal report but still may need someone to speak with in confidentiality who is not required to report the incident the College’s Title IX Coordinator. As the college does not have a counseling or health center and in an effort to support individual’s rights to speak with someone in confidence, the College maintains a Community Assistance Resource page.

Individuals who wish to remain anonymous and have experienced acts of criminal or sexual violence on any of Mid’s campus locations, at college-sponsored activities or events, or off campus where the perpetrator is a member of the campus community are encouraged to consider submitting an anonymous report using the Security Concern/Tip Line Report Form. Submission of this report permits the Clery Compliance Officer to determine if the incident should be reported among the crime statistics in the Annual Security Report. The College is required to disclose crime statistics in the Report, per Federal Law, specifically the Clery Act.

Community Resources

The College realizes the importance of having community references readily available. A list of external resources is housed on the College’s website, entitled Community Assistance Resources, as well on the Campus Safety webpage. Information on both pages is updated regularly.

Additionally, the College has assembled a ‘commonly asked questions and answers’ booklet for survivors of sexual misconduct which is available on the College’s Title IX & Civil Rights webpage. The Guide provides information on survivor reporting options through the College and local law enforcement, resources available on and off campus, information on SANE examinations, how to obtain a College Mutual No Contact Order and acquire a Personal Protection Order from the Courts, etc. A resource handbook, published in 2018 by the Office of the Governor in conjunction with the former First Lady of Michigan, entitled A Resource for Campus Sexual Assault Survivors, Friends, and Family is also available.

Campus Security Policies, Crime Statistics and Student Right to Know

The College, through publication of its Annual Security Report (ASR), provides information on policies, procedures, and initiatives surrounding safety and security. The Report is designed to provide the campus community with timely, accurate and complete information about the safety of our campuses and any reported crime so that individuals can make informed decisions on how to keep themselves safe. The Report includes crime statistics for the previous three years in/on campus property, on public property within or immediately adjacent to college owned buildings, and on any properties that are frequented by students that are owned or otherwise controlled by the College but are not immediately adjacent to Campus property. The ASR contains information on current policies and measures that are implemented to create a safe and secure environment of learning for the Mid community; including policies on Drugs and Alcohol, Non-Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct, Smoke Free Campus, Weapons, and Campus Security. Security Operations and Systems is charged with collecting, compiling, and distributing the Report, which is available by visiting .

The College also maintains a Daily Crime Log for the purpose of recording any criminal incident or alleged criminal incident that are reported to or identified by Campus Security or Campus Security Authorities that occurred on College property, at off campus locations hosting classes, activities, or events. Crime information is placed in the Daily Crime Log which reflects the date the crime was reported, date the crime occurred, crime location, nature of the incident, as well as the disposition of the crime. The most recent 60 days of the Daily Crime Log is available for immediate public inspection through Security Operations and Systems, 1375 S. Clare Avenue, Office 204 or 205, Harrison, Michigan or 2600 S. Summerton Road, Office 103 or 105, Mt. Pleasant, MI; Monday through Friday between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM. Crime Logs older than 60 days will be made available, upon request and free of charge, within two business days. The prior two calendar year logs are available for download below:

Campus Crime Logs (Yearly Reports)

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