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Campus Safety and Security

The safety and security of Fox Valley Technical College's students, staff and the general public who attend our campuses is a priority. We work hard to keep the campus safe.

Become familiar with our Security Services team, safety procedures and policies here, including what you should do in case of an emergency on campus.  

The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is an annual report completed by the college to comply with the Jeanne Clery Act (1998). It provides crime statistics and other important information about safety, security, crime and crime prevention on campus. FVTC’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report can be found here: Copies of this report can be obtained at the Security Services office located at the Appleton campus room F112.

A daily crime and fire log are kept. Here is a link to the most recent incidences: Daily Crime and Fire Log. Certain employees of the College are identified as Campus Security Authorities (CSA) based on the nature of their role. CSA’s have a responsibility to report Clery specific crimes. CSA's at FVTC (PDF)

Contact Information

If you encounter an emergency situation, or if you need to report an incident, please call 920-735-4777 immediately.

If you have questions or any non-emergency reason to contact the Security Services office, call 920-735-5691

In the event of a life threatening emergency, dial 911 immediately. 


STUDENTS, CUSTOMERS & STAFF OF FOX VALlEY TECH: Sign up for emergency alerts

LiveSafe: FVTC's safety notification service

Download the FREE app today from the Apple app store, Google Play or here!

Download LiveSafe App

With LiveSafe you can: 

  • Receive emergency notifications 
  • Report tips to Security Services 
  • Virtually escort your co-workers and friends in real time on a map
  • Place emergency calls 
  • Access safety and college resources 

Please note: Effective October 1, 2018 LiveSafe will replace existing RAVE emergency notifications. Your email address will be automatically uploaded into the LiveSafe database. If you would like to add a phone number for emergency text notifications, download and log in to LiveSafe and add your preferred number.


About Security Services

Security Services provides a safe and secure environment for students and staff at Fox Valley Technical College. If you need help and are not sure where to turn, security officers will assist you. 

Security Services provides the following: 

  • Vehicle jump starts

  • Security escorts

  • Medical call response

  • Parking education

  • Campus security patrols

  • Safety building/parking lot patrols

  • Opening and closing of doors and buildings 

  • Manages lost and found property

  • Weather notifications

  • Campus event support 

  • And many others 

Contact Security Services

In case of a life threatening emergency, please dial 911

Security Services  |  Appleton Campus 
Located: F112
Non-Emergency: 920-735-5691
Emergency Extension: 920-735-4777
Email or Text: 

Monday-Friday: 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. 
Saturday: 6:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 

Security Services  |  Oshkosh Campus 
Located: Main Office
Office: 920-236-6166
Cell: 920-376-0257

Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. 

Security Services  |  Public Safety Training Center 
Located: Main Entrance
Office: 920-560-1699
Cell: 920-659-1409

Monday-Friday: 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. 


Security Services Manager: Jayme Bowman
Phone: 920-993-5138


About the Behavioral Intervention Team

FVTC's Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is your point of contact if you happen to encounter student behavior that you perceive as concerning, threatening or dangerous. The BIT uses all available resources to determine the best ways to support and/or intervene to promote the success of individual students and the safety of the overall campus community. Members of the BIS include cross-functional, multidisciplinary representatives from across the college. 

Services provided by the BIT include:

  • Assisting faculty with appropriate intervention strategies 

  • Creating behavioral success plans

  • Providing resources for students and staff

  • Assessing the need for educational sanctions 

To make a referral to the BIT, submit an Incident Report.

Contact the Behavioral Intervention Team

College Conduct Officer

Counseling & Advising Services 

Submit an online Incident Report