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Liberty University is operating under normal conditions.
Please visit Ready.gov for further information on preparedness.
If you are able, please ensure that you have food and water on hand in your Residence Hall in case of emergency. LUPD will always have additional staffing on hand at all times during Weather Emergencies.
When sheltering-in-place, you will be safest by moving to the interior of a building area that protects you from the danger. Do not lock doors behind you as others may need to shelter-in-place as well.
Immediately seek shelter within the closest sturdy building. Act quickly and do not wait until the danger is readily apparent.
Once inside, stay away from windows and dangerous objects. Stay put until the danger passes. Do not personally check on a situation. The emergency alert system will be utilized to provide information, including when it is safe to emerge.
Seek shelter in interior rooms, corridors, and hallways when possible.
Do not utilize elevators.
Await instructions from LU Alerts and Emergency Responders.
Do not leave until an "All Clear" is received, unless there is an emergency that forces you to vacate the area.
During a tornado or high wind situation, shelter at the lowest level possible, crouching near the floor and seeking additional shelter under a sturdy table or desk, covering your head with your hands.
Always use common sense.
To Report an Emergency
Dial 3911 from any Liberty University phone or (434) 592-3911 from any cell or off-campus phone. Pre-programming your phone with this number (including area code) will save time during an emergency.
During an Emergency
In the event of an emergency, you will be notified by:
The outdoor sirens of the Liberty University Emergency Warning System
Mass email to all Liberty University email addresses
Announcement on The Journey radio 88.3 FM
A second notice will be distributed when safety has been restored.
Have you witnessed or been the victim of a crime?
If so, then it is important to know what rights and what resources are available to you. The LUPD Victim/Witness Information Form was created to do just that. Take the time to read and understand the information on this form. You are not alone!
In the event that you receive a telephone bomb threat:
Keep the caller on the phone for as long as possible
Gather any information that the caller is willing and able to give you
Listen for any sounds that may give clues to the caller's whereabouts and/or the identity of the caller