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Emergency Management

Concordia University Texas Campus Police

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Concordia University Texas is committed to providing a safe and secure campus environment that supports the University's mission to Develop Christian Leaders.  CTX PD is responsible for implementing programs and projects to enhance CTX's ability to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from the overall effects of an emergency situation. 

Emergency Management Plan (PDF)

Safety Protocols- DFW Center (PDF)

Safety Protocols- Main Campus (PDF)

Safety Protocols- North Lamar Center (PDF)

Safety Protocols- San Antonio Center (PDF)

CTX PD annually updates plans to describe the processes the University will use to respond to emergency situations affecting the University. 

Training:

  • Emergency Management Training
  • Fire Drills
  • Emergency Management Team Training
  • Emergency Response Team Training

For more information on Emergency Management, please visit the below websites:

www.fbi.gov

www.dhs.gov/active-shooter-preparedness

 

CTXALERT Emergency Notification System

Emergency Response Readiness

Concordia University Texas provides notification services to students and employees in emergency situations through CTXALERT. This ability to contact large groups of people via multiple communication methods during an emergency situation is critical to successfully managing the situation.

All university students and employees are strongly encouraged to enter and/or verify ALL personal emergency contact information in MyInfo. The CTXALERT system will only be used during critical emergency situations and never for marketing or non-emergency communication. Keeping contact information in MyInfo updated assures emergency messages will be properly delivered.

To enter or update your emergency contact information in MyInfo:

  1. Log on at myinfo.concordia.edu using your CTX ID and PIN.
  2. Select the “Personal Information” link from the main menu.
  3. Select the “Emergency Notification Information” link from the Personal Information menu.
  4. Make changes as appropriate.

 All questions about entering emergency notification information should be directed to the Helpdesk at 512.313.4357.

If a major emergency requires establishing a campus “emergency operations center” (EOC), such a facility will be implemented in the Blackbox Theater in building B (B-230)

 

CTXALERT Opt-Out:

CTXAlert Opt-Out for students, faculty, and staff located at Remote sites:

If you choose to do so, you may fill out the form below to opt-out of the emergency alert and notification system, meaning you will not receive any notification in the event of an emergency.

CTX Alert Opt-Out Form (PDF)

Last updated on Jun. 29, 2015. Contact the Web Content Manager of this page.
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