MC Office of Public Safety February Recap/by Kienna Van Dellen

From Feb. 3, 2021, to March 2, 2021, the Office of Public Safety made a total of 14 dispatches throughout the campus of Mississippi College. An alcohol violation and a narcotics violation were both referred to MC Judicial Council. The Judicial Council is composed of six appointed board members and the chief justice. This council handles all traffic violation appeals, as well as other major student violations. One alcohol violation located in New Men’s Residence Hall was issued a judicial summons. A fire took place on the second floor of the Women’s West Tower; the cause was an electrical issue with the dryer machine. Two medical calls were made. Three vehicle accidents occurred; two were closed and one was referred to an outside agency.

Report known or suspected violations of university policy or state or federal law to:

Office of Public Safety (601.925.3204) or Clinton Police Department (601.924.5252).

Detailed Report:

02/04/2021 Alcohol Violation New Women’s East: Floor 4

02/07/2021 Alarm Miscellaneous Ratliff Residence Hall

02/08/2021 Fire New Women’s West: Floor 2

02/10/2021 Medical Call Robinson Hale Stadium: Football Field

02/10/2021 Alarm Miscellaneous Farr Hall

02/11/2021 Alarm Miscellaneous Student Center 

02/11/2021 Alcohol Violation New Men’s Residence Hall

02/11/2021 Narcotics Violation New Men’s Residence Hall

02/11/2021 Alarm Miscellaneous Dyslexia Center 

02/16/2021 Vehicle Accident Lot R-C

02/19/2021 Vehicle Accident New Women’s East

02/20/2021 Medical Call Latimer-Webb Residence Hall02/23/2021 Vehicle Accident Soccer Field (Longabaugh)

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