These are incidents that typically allow a period of time to prepare or plan a response. Examples of these incidents are hurricanes, inclement weather, power or utility outage, and similar disruptions.
These are incidents that typically affect a specific building or a specific area on campus and do not affect the entire campus community. Although these incidents are more specific to an area or building, the required response is more immediate than in a planned incident. Examples of these incidents are hazardous materials spills, fires, bomb threats and suspicious packages.
Immediate Catastrophic Incident
These incidents require an immediate acknowledgement and broadcast of emergency conditions in the interest of public safety. Examples of these incidents are hostile intruders, terrorist incidents, mass violence and nuclear power catastrophes.
University Police Alert
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The campus-wide emergency siren system will only sound during scheduled system tests once per semester or in an immediate, catastrophic incident.