If you are in the midst of an emergency now, call 911 from any phone (or dial 5000 from on-campus phones only)

Centenary's Emergency Procedures document is available both for browsing (links at the bottom of this page) as well as for printing. More information about safety and emergencies can be obtained from Centenary's Department of Public Safety.

A Message From DPS
To the Centenary College Community,

With more than 1200 people living and working on campus, safety is always a top priority. In the event that we need to render assistance in an emergency, the Department of Public Safety has prepared this emergency procedures manual. The most striking thing about an emergency is the need to act quickly and appropriately. I urge you to take a few moments right now to read through this emergency manual. Become familiar with its contents before an emergency occurs. Keep it in a convenient location for future reference.


Eddie Walker
Director of Public Safety

Emergency Procedures by Situation

Active Shooter (Active Shooter Video)
Bomb Threats
Building Evacuation
Campus Closure Hotline
Campus Evacuation
Civil Disturbances/Demonstrations
Criminal or Violent Behavior
Crisis Update Hotline
Disabled Persons
Emergency Operations Procedures
Explosion or Airplane Crash
Fire Evacuation
Fire Extinguishers
Fire Incident
First Aid & Medical Instructions
Automatic External Defibrillator Locations
Hazardous Material Spill
Lock Down Procedures
Media Relations
Reporting Accidents
Reporting an Emergency
Utility Failure
Emergency Numbers

Download a pdf version

Contact Info

Eddie Walker

Chief of Public Safety

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