Ohio Dominican places a high priority on the safety of its students, faculty and staff. By watching out for yourself and others, we can all contribute to a safe campus environment. The Public Safety Department strives to maintain an excellent safety record. Uniformed Public Safety Officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may contact an officer on duty anytime at (614) 251-4700.
All ODU Public Safety Officers complete a basic training program and periodic in-service training. All officers are certified in CPR, First Aid and Bloodbourne Pathogens. Public Safety Officers enforce university rules and policies and work with local police in criminal matters. Any crime that occurs on campus should be immediately reported to the Public Safety Department. Public Safety Officers are first responders to criminal, fire and medical emergencies. Please follow their directions and those of the civil authorities during any emergency situation. The Public Safety Department works very closely with the Columbus Police Department and all criminal complaints are referred to the Columbus Police Department for further investigation. In addition, the Public Safety Department Administration attends bimonthly Columbus Police Department Zone 5 meetings, where information relevant to the surrounding area of ODU is discussed and shared to further assist in our efforts to maintain a safe environment. While Ohio Dominican's Public Safety Department works closely with the Columbus Police Department, the university has no written agreements with any law enforcement agency.
Public Safety Student Center, Suite 116Ohio Dominican University 1216 Sunbury Road Columbus OH 43219 Officer on Duty (24/7):(614) 251-4700Administrative Office: (614) firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Office Hours:Monday- Friday8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.