Safety & Well-Being
Preventing Assault, Violence, & Stalking
- Nationally, 1 in 8 college women report being stalked in the last 6-9 months. Stalking may include but is not limited to unwanted phones calls, emails, letters, or visits; being watched from afar; having someone waiting for you outside a building or room; being followed; and/or other similar behaviors.
- Nationally, 32% of students report dating violence by a previous partner and 21% by a current partner
- All staff and new students must take the training called Personal Empowerment Through Self-Awareness. This training addresses the issues of sexual assault, staking, dating violence, and personal violence as it relates to the college experience.
Crisis and Emergency Contacts
Officer Cell Phone: (541) 926-6855
Online service request form
Rowan University and Security on Campus, Inc. have provided a video on stalking awareness. LBCC staff and students can access the video using Moodle.
[Note: If you are LBCC staff or students and do not have a Moodle account, one can be obtained by submitting a Moodle Account Request Form online.]