Campus security is provided by OLOL Regional Medical Center through the use of a uniformed guard service. Security guards maintain physical security and safety through vigilance and management of external and internal rounds as stipulated by the OLOL Director of Security. The OLOL Security Department is staffed 24 hours a day to provide immediate availability for emergency response. The security officers will provide security escort upon request and courtesy patrol in the college parking lots at night.
As necessary, the OLOL College Security Department will assist college personnel in contacts with outside police agencies.
Additionally, an Extra Duty Police Officer is available for campus emergencies during regular class hours Monday through Friday.
Community policing or neighborhood watch programs are practiced very effectively in cities across the county. Campus Watch does the same here at Our Lady of the Lake College, constantly watching out for the safety of one another. Please note the information on Campus Watch flyers and brochures around campus. Copies are also available in the Health & Safety Office.
Whether at home, in the workplace, on campus, or any other setting . . . the best precaution each of us can take is to remain aware of our surroundings at all times.
Please make every effort to:
The Campus Safety and Security Booklet is published annually by OLOL College and includes campus safety policies and procedures, as well as the annual security report, including documentation of campus crimes for the preceding three calendar years. The offenses for which the statistics are reported are defined in accordance with the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. Crime statistics for post-secondary schools can also be found on the US Dept. of Education website http://ope.ed.gov/security/Search.asp.
The Campus Safety and Security Booklet is available to view on the college website or a hard copy can be requested from the Office of Health & Safety.
Our Lady of the Lake College, in compliance with the federal "Student-Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990," has published this information to provide its students and employees with and overview of the College's security resources, policies and procedures.
Crime statistics for East Baton Rouge Parish may be found at http://www.brgov.com/dept/brpd/csr/default.asp. The College is located in District 2 Zone E SubZone 3.
Information on sex offenders registered with the Louisiana State Police can be found through the sex offender and child predator registry website (www.lasocpr.lsp.org)