Emergency Procedures Quick Reference Guide
Please note that all Alamo Colleges District employees and students will be notified through a critical mass notification system in the event of an emergency. Messages will be sent through phone, email, and text message. It is imperative that all contact information is current. Please review the steps to Updating your Emergency Contact Information below. You must "opt in" to receive text messages and messaging rates may apply depending on provider.
In the event of an on-campus emergency and an evacuation is required, proceed to the nearest evacuation point for your building. In the event the emergency requires you to shelter in place, please proceed to the shelter in place location.
Steps to Updating your Emergency Contact Information
- Log onto AlamoACES
- Click on the employee tab
- Click on web services
- Personal Information
- Update Address and Phone (please make sure you enter your cell phone number in the cell phone field. DO NOT USE wireless or mobile fields)
- Click on the fields that need to be updated and hit submit
Department of Public Safety (DPS) homepage
The NLC DPS Office has moved to the Facilities Building #200 (next to Science Building).
NLC DPS Office number to report lost & found items is (210) 485-0099.
Non-Emergency/Dispatch number is (210) 485-0099.
Emergency number is (210) 485-0911 or 911.
Campus Citation Appeal Procedures
2016 Annual Security Report (NLC)
Faculty & Staff Guide to Working with Students in Distress
Your Northeast Lakeview College Safety Team is working to ensure the continued safety of all students, faculty, and staff of the College. Your NLC Safety Team co-chairs are:
Chair: Kathleen Labus
In the event of an emergency, refer to our College's Safety Plan. The Safety Plan outlines evacuation procedures for the College and includes a flow-chart to ensure decisive action during a crisis.
In addition to the Safety Plan, your team members will provide evacuation drills, as well as in-service trainings on a variety of safety issues. Training topics include: Working with Disruptive Students, First Aid/CPR, and Personal Safety.
If you have safety concerns, please contact any of your NLC Team Members or Roy Brown, District Safety Officer, at (210) 485-0068 or firstname.lastname@example.org