Safety forum seeks input from campus

Last academic year, the Campus Safety office began locking most doors to campus building at 7 p.m. in response to safety and security concerns. With the daylight becoming less abundant at this time of year, Seattle Central’s administration wants to make the campus aware of that this change will continue, as well as open a dialogue about ways to best address this challenging issue.

Seattle Central’s President’s Office is organizing a campus safety and security forum for faculty and staff. President Sheila Edwards Lange, Ph.D., will be on hand to answer questions and address concerns at the forum, which will be held on Monday, Nov. 27, from 3 to 5 p.m. in BE1110. This listening session will allow employees to express their observations about safety we well as communicate their thoughts and ideas to improve the situation.

“Ensuring the safety of everyone who spends time on our campus to study, work or visit is my paramount concern, and we can address this issue best when our entire community is engaged,” Edwards Lange said.