Campus Security Policy & Report

Under the Crime Awareness Campus Security Act of 1990, as amended by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), Installer Institute is required to provide all students and faculty with the following safety information about the Installer Institute campus. This Annual Security Report has also been updated to reflect changes in crime reporting, policies and procedures required by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA) effective July 1, 2015.

In compliance with the Department of Education regulations, Installer Institute has created this report to provide an overview of the institute’s security resources, policies and procedures, crime statistics, and fire safety information.

This report is updated annually and made available to all students, employees, and applicants for admission and employment via Installer Institute’s website: Hard copies of the report are available upon request.

Installer Institute is an intimate, industry-specific educational facility, and we strive to to ensure that those students who attend our institution can do so feeling safe and comfortable.

Installer Institute has developed a number of policies, procedures to help promote a safe and secure learning and working environment. We are determined to provide as much information to our staff and students as possible to guarantee they are equipped with the knowledge to make mature and safe decisions in order to prevent potential issues from arising both here and in their personal lives. The personal safety of all students, staff, instructors, and guests is our highest priority.

Campus Security Authorities

The Director of Installer Institute, 1524 Ridgewood Avenue, Holly Hill, FL 32117, 1-800-354-6782, is responsible for the Campus Safety and Security Compliance.

Office Responsible: Director
Area Information is Located: / paper copy upon request
Date Document was Last Updated: December 1, 2018
Date Policies and Procedures Updated: December 1, 2018


Emergency Contacts

FIRE: 386-248-9473
POLICE: 386-248-9475
Institute Name & Address: Installer Institute - 1524 Ridgewood Avenue Holly Hill, FL 32117

Reporting by the Director

  1. Receive notice of any potential emergency on campus
  2. If not yet contacted, call emergency authorities if necessary
  3. Determine and declare state of emergency
  4. Notify Staff and Faculty of appropriate emergency procedure
  5. In the event of an evacuation, coordinate a headcount of all Students, Visitors, and staff, once clear
  6. Non-evacuation incidents - ensure emergency location(s) stay clear
  7. Once emergency has been neutralized, give the ALL CLEAR to return and proceed as normal

Reporting by Staff or Faculty

  1. If life-threatening, contact 911, then notify Director of emergency
  2. Start emergency procedure indicated by Director
  3. In the event of an evacuation, direct students to safe zones
  4. Report to Director a headcount of Students/Visitors, note any unaccounted or missing
  5. Non-evacuation incidents - assist in keeping all Students and Visitors away from emergency area(s)
  6. Once emergency has been cleared by Director, return and proceed as normal


Installer Institute requires all incidents which fall into the following categories be reported immediately:

  • Intentional damage
  • Arson, tampering with, and/or misuse of fire equipment
  • Possession and/or use of firearms, ammunition, explosives, chemicals
  • Illegal possession, use and/or sale of drugs and alcoholic beverages
  • Theft
  • Trespassing
  • Assault
  • Harassment
  • Lewd and indecent behavior
  • Health and safety violations
  • Failure to cooperate with a staff member
  • Injury on campus
  • Any other violation where warning was given and violation persisted or recurred
  • False reporting of any of the above

Reporting Procedures & Statistics:

Incident Reports

Incident Reports must be completed whenever issues concerning criminal or behavioral actions, injury, inclement weather fire, or property damage occur. A Report must be completed by (a) Person Reporting Incident and/or (b) Person(s) Involved in Incident. These reports must be submitted to the departmental manager within 24 hours of the incident occurring. The departmental manager must then complete the section of the report outlining action taken to resolve the issue. Incident Reports which are filed throughout the year are kept in the student’s respective file or with the Director, depending on the incident. Victims may submit a written request to view disciplinary results regarding proceedings against the accused.

Crime Reports

The Crime Brief is published annually in this document on the Installer Institute website no later than October 1st.In September, the School Director drafts a report tallying all relevant Incident Reports and crime statistics to be updated on the institute’s website no later than October 1st.

The Crime Report includes a summary of all criminal activity reported within a 1 mile radius of the institute. Below is the list of crimes the report must include per the Department of Education regulations. See the Definitions section for more details.

Arson, Motor Vehicle Theft, Sex Offenses - non-forcible
Criminal Homicide Weapons, carrying/possessing Larceny - Theft
Robbery Drug Abuse Violations, Simple Assault, Aggravated Assault, Liquor Law Violations Intimidation, Burglary Sex Offenses – forcible, Destruction/Vandalism of Property

Safety Alerts

Safety Alerts are received from local law enforcement agencies which provide timely warnings about significant crimes impacting the institute as well as information to prevent victimization. i.e. rapist in the area, string of vehicle break-ins, etc. These Alerts are issued as follows:

1. Instructors make an announcement to each class notifying them of the situation and preventative measures.
2. A notification through remind will be sent to all students with any information warranting a Safety Alert.

Registered Sex Offenders

Below are links to two websites which contain a database of registered sex offenders. By entering an address it will pull up a map indicating how many registered sex offenders are located within a specified radius. Results indicate whether the individual has been classified as a sexual predator or sexual offender under Florida law as a result of a conviction for a sex-related crime and/or a specified crime against children.

Florida Law Enforcement Website

Volusia County Sheriff’s Office Website


Confidential Reporting Procedures

Any victim or witness of a crime that does not want to pursue action directly within the institute may still want to consider making a confidential report. If this is the case, details of the incident may be reported to any Police Officer without revealing personal identity by calling (386) 248-9475.

Campus Security

Installer Institute does not employ in- house security personnel. The facility is equipped with 16 cameras allowing administration staff to see who is coming and going.


All visitors must check in upon arrival. Unauthorized visitors will be escorted off campus. For the safety of our staff and students only authorized visitors are permitted on property. This includes unauthorized sales persons or those collecting for charitable causes. Visits from friends/family should be kept to a minimum and not exceed fifteen (15) minutes. Employees and students are responsible for the conduct of their guests. No guests of students will be permitted on campus during class time unless they are part of a school tour. Visitors will not be permitted to roam the halls/campus without an escort. Students are not to bring guests to the institute without prior approval from their instructor, who should then notify reception. Guests of students are limited to 15 minutes; Employees must check with their Director regarding time limits for their guests.

Building Security

Front door access to the institute is open to the public from 9:00 a.m. to 4:20 p.m., Monday through Friday, while classes are in session. After 4:20 p.m., and before 9 a.m., the front door is locked. In addition, Installer Institute utilizes a security camera system which monitors all critical areas of the building. Keys to the institute are issued to employees only, based on a need for access. The loaning and/or duplication of keys is strictly prohibited. Metra Electronics Maintenance Team is responsible for maintaining all areas in a manner that minimizes hazardous conditions and or maintenance issues. Maintenance is available Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Cancellation Annoucement

Unless notified by a Director, employees are to report to work on all regularly scheduled days, regardless of weather conditions. If an employee is unable to report to work due to weather conditions, they must contact the school Director and HR department as soon as possible. In the event that the institute closes due to severe weather conditions, or another reason, employees will not be required to report to work and will be notified via mass email/text or call. Should an extreme weather situation occur, the Director will notify all employees of how the institute will be proceeding with regards to disruption of employment.

Emergency Notification

All instructors are required to have their cellphones on them at all times as a means for emergency contact. Should an incident arise, the employee involved may send an alert via cellphone school phones to the Director. When an alert is received by the Director, the Director will immediately begin implementing the necessary emergency procedure. Such procedure may involve calling or texting instructors conducting class to notify them of the situation if direct communication is not possible, or safe.

Law Enforcement

Installer Institute does not have security personnel on-site but is under the Holly Hill Police Department Jurisdiction that can be reached by dialing 911 for emergencies or 386-248-9475.

Emergency Procedures

In the case of emergencies, action will be taken immediately in accordance with the policies outlined in this manual.

I. Information to disclose (to 911 and/or Director)

  • Installer Institute address: 1524 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill, FL 32117
  • Exact location on campus where occurring: i.e. woodshop, install bay,
  • Nature of emergency: i.e. fire, medical, weapon
  • How many people injured and extent of injuries: i.e. 1 male student cut themselves, had car door close on his hand.
  • How did it happen: i.e. they were using the router
  • When did it happen: i.e. time
  • Your name and contact information: i.e. Joseph Smart, Instructor, 386-672-5771
  • Do not hang up with dispatcher, or leave premises, until instructed to do so.

II. Implement Emergency Procedure Indicated by Director

  • Evacuation
  • Lockdown
  • All Clear

Evacuation Procedure

All students are made aware of the two exits during mandatory Orientation prior to beginning their program. All employees have been trained concerning evacuation plans and will promptly escort all occupants out of the building via the nearest exit.

Once clear of the building, occupants go to the designated holding area and wait until the Director has conducted a head count. Each staff/faculty member is responsible for reporting to the Director an accurate head count of the visitors/students for which they are responsible. They must also note any students who were absent.

The designated holding areas in both the front parking lot and south side parking lot. No one is to re-enter the building for any reason until the Fire Department, or other responsible agency, has indicated that the building is safe for re-entry and the Director has issued the ALL CLEAR.

Lockdown Procedure

Lockdown procedures vary depending on the severity of the situation.

  • A basic lockdown involves the instructor ensuring all students remain in the classroom until the ALL CLEAR is given.
  • A more serious situation would require the instructor to lock all doors to their classroom, move the students to the safest area within, do a headcount, turn out the lights, then notify the Director via cellphone if any students are missing and the current status.

**Regardless the severity of the situation, the instructor will inform the students that an emergency situation has occurred and everyone must remain calm and quiet in the classroom until further notice.

**No one is to leave their area until the ALL CLEAR has been given by the Director.

If life-threatening, call 911, Notify Director and Complete Incident Report

Incident Specific Procedures

I. Fire

A. If you start or notice the fire
1. Clearly announce there is a fire and where it is located: “FIRE! There in the wood shop.
2. Do NOT attempt to fight the fire
3. Use fire extinguisher for personal safety only
4. Exit through nearest exit
5. Notify Director that you announced the fire and the location and cause (if known) of the fire
B. If you are responding to fire announcement
1. Evacuate the building and report to holding area
2. The last person leaving an area in the building should close the door behind them
Any fire that is quickly extinguished must still be reported to the Director for documentation and a thorough safety inspection conducted.

II. Power Failure

1. Faculty will be issued flashlights or asked to exit the building. Class may be moved to a different location within campus.
B. Remain in classroom calmly and quietly until Director notifies you of the procedure

III. Medical Emergency/First Aid

A. If life-threatening - contact 911 first, then Director (send message though remind to students and staff if necessary)
B. Stay at location of emergency until rescue team arrives
C. Initiate CPR/Basic First Aid, if necessary and qualified, exercising extreme caution
D. Do NOT allow a student to administer medical attention to another student
E. Evacuate area - Director will escort students to holding area

IV. Violent or Criminal Incident

A. If incident poses danger of death or bodily injury, contact 911 first, then Director
B. Report any suspicious behavior promptly to Director
1. Indicate nature of incident, location, description of persons involved, description of property involved, type of weapon, if any, and so on
C. Do NOT put yourself in harm’s way. Remove other innocent bystanders from altercation if possible.

V. Psychological Incident

Pertains to situations when individual is threatening to harm themselves or others, suicidal behavior, etc. Also includes situations when individual is not acting in a rational manner, i.e. hallucinating, unable to effectively communicate with others, etc.
A. Do NOT try to handle the situation on your own
B. If life-threatening - contact 911 first, then Director
C. Evacuate area – Director or Staff will escort students to holding area

VI. Weapons and Firearms

*Per institute policy, no person shall possess or have any firearm, deadly weapon, or prohibited knife while present on any property owned or operated by Installer Institute
A. Do NOT approach person with weapon
B. Evacuate the area, if safe to do so, notifying others as you leave and direct them to appropriate holding area
C. Contact 911 first, then Director
D. Remain out of area and take steps to prevent others from entering area
E. Remain calm and quiet
F. Do NOT attempt to rescue others unless trained, or can reach them safely

VII. Bomb Threat

A. If you receive the call directly, encourage caller to talk 1. When is it going to detonate? Where is it located? What type is it? What does it look like? Why did you place it? Keep them talking as long as possible and record as much of the following as you can:
a) Time of call
b) Approximate age and gender of caller
c) Speech pattern, accent, or other distinguishing traits
d) Emotional state of caller
e) Background noises
2. After caller hangs up, do NOT hang up your phone, use another to make any additional calls
B. Contact 911 first, then Director
C. Do not handle a suspicious object

VIII. Tornado

A. Stay inside away from windows and outside walls, mirrors, glass, overhead fixtures, and unsecured objects such as chemical cabinets and welding tables etc.
B. Both Stairwells are designated tornado shelter areas.

IX. Hurricane

A. Director will monitor development of hurricanes and advise on likelihood that storm and winds will impact campus
B. If the decision is made that the institute should be closed, a mass email/text and or remind message will be sent to inform students, staff faculty. A voicemail will be left on the phone system voicemail so students are able to call in for information regarding the status of their class.
C. If the decision is made to close after staff, faculty, and students have already arrived, the following procedure will take place:
1. Students and non-essential personnel should depart as soon as possible
2. Remaining staff members will begin securing the building and critical data by unplugging all electronics, moving unsecured objects inside building to prevent debris damage from winds, etc.
D. After a storm, authorized personnel will conduct damage assessment and debris removal during first daylight hours following storm. Should the facility be in acceptable condition, classes will be reinstated and an email, voice/ remind or text message will be sent. Faculty and staff will be notified via mass email, text and remind message.

X. All Clear

A. Once a situation has been neutralized, the Director only must signal the ALL CLEAR. If the Director is not present, the next highest ranking employee will be responsible for filling the Director’s responsibilities.

Continuity Of Operations In The Event Of An Emergency

After an emergency, authorized personnel will conduct a damage assessment as soon as safely possible following the event. Should the facility be in acceptable condition, operations will be reinstated immediately. Should the facility not be in acceptable condition, authorized personnel will attempt to make alternate arrangements to resume operations, or make the determination to either postpone or cancel continuation of operations.


Emergency Procedures Review

Installer Institute policy states that the information contained in this document shall be made available to all new employees when issued their Employee Handbook, and to all current employees annually in January. New students are given the link to access this document online during their Orientation session. Prospective students may access this document as well via the institute website. A hard copy of this document is also posted on the student bulletin board. Furthermore, every December, the Director will review this Security and Fire Safety Report, make any improvements necessary and update the report as needed. The Director is responsible for compiling the annual Crime Brief, viewable on the institute website no later than October 1st.

Drug And Alcohol Abuse Policy

Any student, employee, or visitor using, possessing, or selling alcohol or illegal drugs on property, while in class, student housing or who report to class or work under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action. This can result in expulsion from school or firing.

Weapon Policy

Students in Possession of any firearm, ammunition, or other lethal device is strictly forbidden. Violators of this policy are subject to discipline and/or criminal prosecution.

Discrimination, Bias And Hate Crime Policy

Any bias-motivated hate activity committed solely because of a person’s race, religious beliefs, disability, sex, nationality, or sexual orientation, such as offensive printed materials, verbal, written, or physical contact resulting in or intending to result in intimidation, fear, personal assault, or other violence will be subject to institute disciplinary and applicable legal action under state and federal law.

Sexual Harassment Policy

Sexual harassment includes such behavior as sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature directed toward an employee, student, or applicant, particularly when submission to such conduct is made a term of condition involving an individual’s education or employment, used as a basis for an academic or employment decision affecting that individual, and/or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment. A student or employee who has a complaint of sexual harassment should notify the Director who will conduct an investigation into the issue, implementing disciplinary action as necessary.

Sexual Misconduct Policy

Rape, other sexual offenses, and sexual assault will result in immediate dismissals from the institute, as well as criminal prosecution. Conduct falling into this category includes: forcing someone to have vaginal intercourse, engage in other sexual acts such as oral or anal intercourse, digital penetration, or penetration by an object. This also includes sexual contact without full and free consent given (including situations where drugs or alcohol impair a person’s ability to give consent), when perpetrator knows or should know the behavior is offensive to the person, when the perpetrator knows the person is unaware of the sexual contact, and when the person is less than the statutory age of consent.
Victims of sexual misconduct should:
(1) Get to a safe place
(2) Report the crime to law enforcement as soon as possible after it occurs
(3) NOT shower, bathe, change or destroy clothing
(4) NOT disturb or straighten up the area where the assault occurred
(5) Seek medical attention. A sexual assault examination will be administered.
(6) Seek emotional support from the local sexual assault center, 800-503-7621 (Volusia Rape Crisis Center)
Rapists are frequently repeat offenders so if the victim does not report their attacker, the attacker is likely to hurt someone else. Telling the police what happened does not mean the victim has to prosecute. Victims of sexual misconduct will have the opportunity to leave and return at the start of a different cohort when they feel emotionally prepared to return.
**Volusia Rape Crisis Center 800-503-7621
311 North Orange Street New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
**Voluisa Rape Crisis Center
1000 Big Tree Road Daytona Beach, FL 32119

Training Policy

Training on Emergency Procedures is provided when
• the plan is initiated
• employee’s required actions and responsibilities change
• there are any changes to the plan
• a new employee is hired
• a new class starts
• report is annually updated in January
Items reviewed during these training sessions include
• Emergency Evacuation and Lockdown Procedures
• Hazardous Weather Procedures
• Evacuation Routes and Holding Area Locations
• Fire Extinguisher Locations and Training
• Head Count Procedures for Employees/Students/Visitors
• Means of Reporting Emergencies

Practice Drills

Installer Institute will conduct fire and hurricane practice drills at the beginning of each new cohort during orientation on the first day of class. The time will be selected by the Director and conducted as if it is an actual emergency. Staff and instructors will ensure that all people within their areas of responsibility execute the procedures in a safe and orderly manner. Practice drills will also be executed during the annual submission of the Security and Fire Safety Report in January. Procedures will be selected at random and employees will be required to implement each procedure based on the policy outlined.

Awareness And Prevention Programs:

Drug And Alcohol Abuse Education Program

Installer Institute students receive can access a copy to the Drug and Alcohol Abuse policy through Installer Institute website. The policy is also reviewed on the first day of class during orientation. The policy includes information regarding Standards of Conduct, Legal Sanctions under State, Federal, and Local laws, and a brief list of health risks associated with the abuse of various drugs and alcohol. Contact information for programs offering assistance to users and/or victims is also included. website:

Sexual Assault Prevention

Every student receives participates in an in-class discussion during Orientation which outlines safety practices to minimize the possibility of falling victim to various crimes such as theft, carjacking, sexual assault, and more.

Additional Information

Volusia County Office provides additional information on Disaster Preparation and Crime Prevention via This site can also be accessed through Installer Institute’s website

Fire Safety:

Fire Safety Training

Faculty and staff are required to review this manual as part of their initial training requirement. Annually, all employees receive an updated version of this manual. The first company meeting of every year consists of an overview of these policies and procedures to ensure all faculty and staff are aware of and prepared to execute the necessary actions should a fire occur.

Fire Safety System

Fire extinguishers are strategically located throughout the building. Fire drills are conducted during orientation at the beginning of every new cohort.

Fire Prevention

To minimize the potential for fires at Installer Institute it is policy to prohibit open burning at all times. Open burning is defined as any open/exposed flame or combustion that produces heat, light, or smoke, and has the potential to cause a fire. Students and employees are also encouraged to refrain from overloading circuits and report any hazardous conditions immediately to the Director.

Smoking Policy

Installer Institute has a “No Smoking” policy. Smoking, use of smokeless tobacco, or other tobacco products are prohibited at the institute. Students must smoke in the designated smoke areas located on the north or south parking lots.


The following ‘Uniform Crime Reporting Definitions’ are those outlined in the FBI’s National Incident-Based Reporting System and are used as the standard in reporting the information found in the institute’s annual Crime Brief.

  • Arson -any willful or malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling house, public building, motor vehicle or aircraft, personal property of another, etc.
  • Criminal Homicide -manslaughter by negligence (killing of another person through gross negligence).murder and non-negligent manslaughter (willful killing of one human being by another).
  • Robbery -taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence and/or by putting the victim in fear
  • Aggravated Assault -unlawful attack by one person upon another for the purpose of inflicting severe or aggravated bodily injury. This type of assault is usually accompanied by the use of a weapon or by means likely to produce death or great bodily harm. (It is not necessary that injury result from an aggravated assault when a gun, knife, or other weapon is used which could and probably would result in serious personal injury if the crime were successfully completed.)
  • Burglary -unlawful entry of a structure to commit a felony or theft. For reporting purposes this definition includes: unlawful entry with intent to commit a larceny or felony; breaking and entering with intent to commit a larceny; housebreaking; safecracking; and all attempts to commit any of the aforementioned.
  • Motor Vehicle Theft -theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle. (classify as motor vehicle theft all cases where automobiles are taken by persons not having lawful access even though the vehicles are later abandoned - including joyriding)
  • Weapons -violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, concealment, or use of firearms, cutting instruments, explosives, incendiary devices, or other deadly weapons.
  • Drug Abuse Violations -violation of laws prohibiting production, distribution, and/or use of certain controlled substances and the equipment or devices utilized in their preparation and/or use. The unlawful cultivation, manufacture, distribution, sale, purchase, use, possession, transportation, or importation of any controlled drug or narcotic substance. Arrests for violations of state and local laws, specifically those relating to the unlawful possession, sale, use, growing, manufacturing, and making of narcotic drugs.
  • Liquor Law Violations -violation of state or local laws or ordinances prohibiting manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, or use of alcoholic beverages, not including driving under the influence and drunkenness.
  • Sex Offenses -forcible -any sexual act directed against another person, forcibly and/or against that person’s will; or not forcibly or against the person’s will where the victim is incapable of giving consent (forcible rape, forcible sodomy, sexual assault with an object, forcible fondling)
  • Sex Offenses -non-forcible-unlawful, non-forcible sexual intercourse (incest, statutory rape)
  • Larceny-theft -(except motor vehicle theft) unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession or constructive possession of another. Attempted larcenies are included. Embezzlement, confidence games, forgery, worthless checks, etc., are excluded.
  • Simple Assault -unlawful physical attack by one person upon another where neither the offender displays a weapon, nor the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravated bodily injury involving apparent broken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severe laceration, or loss of consciousness.
  • Intimidation -unlawfully placing another person in reasonable fear of bodily harm through the use of threatening words and/or other conduct, but without displaying a weapon or subjecting the victim to actual physical attack.
  • Destruction/Vandalism of Property -willfully or maliciously destroy, damage, deface, or otherwise injury real or personal property without the consent of the owner or the person having custody or control of it.

Crime Log Report and Clery Act Annual Security Report Statistics

Criminal Homicide:
Murder & Non-negligent manslaughter
Negligent manslaughter



Sex Offenses:
Statutory Rape



Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Simple Assault 0 0 0
Intimidation 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Motor Vehicle Theft 0 0 0
Larceny-Theft 0 0 0
Destruction, damage or vandalism to property 0 0 0
Any other crime involving bodily injury 0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
Hate Crimes Related to Any of the Above Crimes Based On:
Gender Religion
Sexual Orientation



Liquor/Drug/Illegal Weapons Violations:
Arrests for liquor violations, drug law violations, and illegal weapons possession
Persons not included above who were referred for campus disciplinary action for liquor law violations, drug law violations, and illegal weapons possessions



Domestic Violence 0* 0* 0*
Dating Violence 0* 0* 0*
Stalking 0* 0* 0*

Fire Statistics

Number of Fires 0 0 0
Number of persons who suffered fire-related injuries and received medical facility treatment 0 0 0
Number of deaths related to fire 0 0 0
Value of property damage caused by fire 0 0 0

*Installer Institute has a good faith obligation to comply with changes made by VAWA prior to issuance of the final rule.

Campus Security Authorities

The Director of Installer Institute, 1524 Ridgewood Avenue, Holly Hill, FL 32117, 1-800-354-6782, is responsible for the Campus Safety and Security Compliance.

Office Responsible: Director
Area Information is Located: / paper copy upon request
Date Document was Last Updated: December 1, 2018
Date Policies and Procedures Updated: December 1, 2018

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