Anyone who believes a student to be missing for 24 hours should immediately report their concern to Roosevelt University Campus Safety, (312) 341-2020. Reports of a missing student should be made to one of the following Roosevelt University officials:
Other University officials receiving a missing persons report relating to a student are required to notify Campus Safety immediately. In compliance with the federally mandated Missing Student Notification Policy and Procedures in the Higher Education Opportunity Act, an incident report will be generated and an investigation will be initiated in cooperation with Campus Safety. Any report of a missing student will be fully investigated by the University under the coordination of the Director of Campus Safety and the Sr. Associate Vice President for Student Services. In order to determine if a student is missing, University officials will check a student’s card access records, class attendance, student residence, and use other methods to determine the status of a missing student. Roosevelt University will notify appropriate local law enforcement agencies not later than 24-hours after the time a student is determined to be missing. If the student has designated a missing person contact, the University will notify that individual as well. If the missing student is under 18 years of age and not emancipated, the University will also notify a custodial parent or guardian that the student is a missing student within 24 hours of the determination that the student is missing.
Note for students under age of 21: Suzanne’s Law requires law enforcement to notify the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) when someone between the age of 18 and 21 is reported missing, as part of the national “Amber Alert” bill.
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