While we do not have campus security personnel, we do offer an on-duty number (660-998-4102) for students and staff, to be used when staff or RA can not be reached. Also Moberly Police Department makes regular patrol, and all students receive ALICE crisis training during orientation. You may review Central’s Annual Security Report here, or in the Student Services office in Pelfrey Hall.
Members of the college community, guests and visitors have the right to be free from sexual violence. All members of the campus community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others, conforms to Biblical purity, and expresses godly love that does no wrong to others. Central Christian College of the Bible believes in a zero tolerance policy for gender-based misconduct. When an allegation of misconduct is brought to an appropriate administration’s attention, and a respondent is found to have violated this policy, serious sanctions will be used to reasonably ensure that such actions are never repeated.
Students who wish to report a concern or complaint relating to discrimination or harassment may do so by reporting the concern to the College Title IX Coordinator(s.)
Central Christian College of the Bible does not have security personnel. Campus security authorities (directors, deans, department heads, advisors to students and student organizations, residence hall directors, resident assistants, and athletic coaches) do not have authority to make arrests. All crime is to be reported to the Moberly Police Department (660-263-0346 OR 911 for emergencies)and a College campus security authority. Lori Peter, the Director of Student Services, is the point person for the Student Development Office. She coordinates with the other offices on campus to ensure a student or staff’s complaint is reviewed. Her office is located in Pelfrey Hall, 2nd Floor, Student Development Offices. Her number is 660-263-3900 ext 155.
Central offers an on-duty number (660-998-4102) for students and staff. This number is to be only used when a student is not able to reach a staff member or their RA. The Student Development department oversees campus safety and security. Prompt reporting will assure timely warning notices on-campus. If a crime occurs at a site where a student is at that moment fulfilling his/her Christian Service requirement, internship, or any other educational requirement, the student should report the crime to his/her immediate supervisor who will report the incident to their school representative. The College’s Annual Security Report is available online or in the Student Services office in Pelfrey Hall.
Registering Confidential Contact
Any student may identify a confidential contact to be notified not more than 24 hours after the student is determined missing. Students may register this confidential contact by completing a form available during registration or by contacting the Director of Student Services in the Student Development Suite in Pelfrey Hall.
Emergency Contact Procedures
Missing persons should be reported to campus Student Development personnel (Residence Directors, Student Life Coordinator, Campus Security Coordinator, Director of Student Services, Deans, or the Executive Director of Student Development). The missing person report will be immediately referred to the Executive Director of Student Development, Director of Student Services, or the Campus Security Coordinator. Once a missing persons report has been filed with Student Development personnel, the following emergency contact procedures will be initiated no later than 24 hours after a student is determined missing:
A review of Central’s Student Development policies and procedures may be found in the Student Handbook. Please contact Lori Peter, Director of Student Services, for more information.
Her contact information is as follows:
NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY STATEMENT
Central Christian College of the Bible does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, disability, national or ethnic origin in employment, admissions, financial aid, and participation in College programs.