Submit a Tip
The Morton College PoliceDepartment make every effort to protect personalproperty but for even moresecurity, review thesetips for loss prevention.
unknown offender, male, wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and a dark backpack has been recently reported in the theft of three (3) bicycles.
The thefts occurred at different times of the day and evening. The offender uses a cutting tool to cut the security locks from the stolen bikes.
Since the three incidents have been reported, officers have requested that students secure their bikes in the bike rack in front of the OAR/Admissions building.
Any questions should be directed to the Morton Campus Police Department.
Students and staff cooperation and involvement is critical in the creation and maintenance of a successful campus safety program. Students and staff should report any suspicious looking individuals who do not belong on campus or any suspicious activities immediately to the Morton College Police Department.
Students and staff must take responsibility for their own personal safety and the security of their own personal property by taking simple common sense precautions. For example, any student or staff (male or female) may feel more comfortable using the escort service when traveling around campus late at night.
For more information on staying safe on campus, download Tips for Staying Safe (PDF)
In cases of violation of State statutes or Morton College Code of Conduct, the Morton College Police Department has two options:
Download Morton College Code of Student Conduct
Download the Morton College Emergency Response Guide (PDF)
Download the Morton College Alert Policy (PDF)