Chabot College | Spring 2022 Class Schedule

Chabot College • Spring 2022 Class Schedule 117 510.723.6600 • CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY MISSION STATEMENT The Chabot College Department of Campus Safety and Security, in partnership with the Hayward Police Department, is commi Ʃ ed to providing a safe and secure learning and work environment for all members of the campus community and guests. We recognize our role as service providers and are dedicated to delivering consistent and quality service to diverse groups of people and individuals alike. WHERE TO FIND US The Chabot College Safety and Security Department public o ffi ce is located in room #203 in building 200. This o ffi ce is open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. If the o ffi ce is closed, the on- duty safety o ffi cer can be contacted by telephone in the following ways: • For emergencies, dial 911 from any phone • Ac Ɵ vate any one of the Emergency Talk A Phone located throughout the campus. • Dial extension 6923 or 6666 from any college phone. • From any o ff -campus telephone dial (510) 723-6923. For incidents to report at the San Leandro Campus located at 1448 Williams St. San Leandro Ca. 94577 you can contact the San Leandro Police Department at (510) 577-3217, or contact the Chabot Campus Safety Department at 510 723-6923. HOURS OF OPERATION AND ACCESS TO COLLEGE FACILITIES The college’s normal hours of opera Ɵ on are printed on signs at every entrance to the campus. Normal hours of opera Ɵ on are 7 am to 10 pm Monday through Friday and 7 am to 5 pm on Saturday. There are typically special events that take place a Ō er the normal hours of opera Ɵ on. However, access is restricted to the special event(s). Individuals who need to be in campus buildings or areas outside the normal hours of opera Ɵ on may be required to obtain authoriza Ɵ on from their supervisor and must no Ɵ fy the on-duty campus safety o ffi cer of their presence prior to entry. All students, faculty and sta ff have been issued ID cards, which they may be asked to produce if there is a ques Ɵ on about their authoriza Ɵ on to be in a speci fi c area before, during, or a Ō er the normal hours of opera Ɵ on. Many college buildings, classrooms and labs are protected by intrusion alarms. Do not enter the area un Ɵ l an instructor or authorized person has deac Ɵ vated the alarm. We are all responsible to ensure the safety and security of our college buildings and facili Ɵ es. Ensure all doors and windows are locked when rooms are una Ʃ ended. Turn o ff lights, gas, machinery, or equipment when not in use. Ac Ɵ vate the intrusion alarm system if applicable. Report any problems with safety or security of our buildings, facili Ɵ es, or areas promptly to the Campus Safety and Security O ffi ce. LOST AND FOUND A centralized Lost and Found is located in the Campus Safety O ffi ce in Room203, Bldg. 200. Lost ar Ɵ clesmay be turned in or retrieved between thehoursof 6amand10pm,Monday throughFriday, and8amto3pmon Saturday.Ar Ɵ clesdepositedwiththeLostandFoundareheldun Ɵ l theend of each semester. A Ō er this period, unclaimed items will be disposed of. WEAPONS ON CAMPUS Chabot College prohibits the use or possession of any weapons as de fi ned below. A student may be arrested, expelled, suspended, placed on proba Ɵ on or given a lesser sanc Ɵ on for good cause and in accordance with procedures consistent with due process for viola Ɵ ons of the weapons policy. The policy reads: “Knowing possession or use of explosives, dangerous chemicals or deadly weapons on college property or at a college func Ɵ on…..Deadly weapons includes any instrument or weapon of the kind commonly known as a blackjack, sling shot, Billy club, sand club, sandbag, metal knuckles, any dirk, dagger, switchblade knife, pistol, revolver, or any other fi rearm, any knife having a blade longer than fi ve inches, any razor with an unguarded blade, any metal pipe or bar used or intended to be used as a club.” The policy can be found under the Chabot-Las Positas Administra Ɵ ve Rules and Procedures Manual sec Ɵ on 5512(A)(9). DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY AND SECURITY Loca Ɵ on: Building 200, Room 203 O ffi ce Hours: 6 am to 10 pm, Monday to Friday; 8 am to 3 pm Saturday ON-DUTY OFFICER CONTACT O ffi ce Phone: 510.723.6923 Duty O ffi cer Phone: 510.377.0173 Urgent Response: 510.723.6666 Ac Ɵ vate one of the 26 emergency call boxes. For Emergencies: Dial 911 SAFETY PROGRAMS AND MEASURES Safe Ride Program The Department of Campus Safety and Security o ff ers escorts to the campus community to and from the parking lots for safety related issues. To arrange to have an escort accompany you from your classroom or o ffi ce to your vehicle, dial 6923 from any college phone, or ac Ɵ vate a nearby emergency call box. An escort will be dispatched by radio to meet you at your loca Ɵ on. See something, say something The Campus Safety and Security Department has placed posters throughout the en Ɵ re college campus to highlight the “See Something, Say Something” campaign to raise public awareness, and to emphasize the importance of repor Ɵ ng suspicious ac Ɵ vity to the authori Ɵ es. Book marks have also been made and Campus Safety O ffi cers have handed them out to students and sta ff during rou Ɵ ne patrols and Preven Ɵ on Presenta Ɵ on. If you witness any suspicious behavior, we ask that you report it immediately to the Campus Safety Department at 510 723-6923. We also recommend that you program this number into your mobile phone for easy access in case of an emergency. Suspicious behavior or circumstances can include, but are certainly not limited to: • Anyone forcibly entering a car • Someone tampering with property • Strangers loitering or entering rooms, o ffi ces, or labs with no apparent legi Ɵ mate cause • Someone carrying a weapon • Strange vehicles parked in your area • Any behavior that is out of character on a college campus • Packages le Ō una Ʃ ended • Suspicious or noxious odors Zero Tolerance Chabot College maintains a Zero Tolerance policy regarding all forms of sexual violence. If you, or anyone you know, becomes the vic Ɵ m of sexual assault, domes Ɵ c violence, or stalking, you may seek immediate help at the Campus Safety O ffi ce. The Department of Campus Safety and Security is commi Ʃ ed to keeping the campus community informed about pa Ʃ erns, trends, or incidents that pose a threat or substan Ɵ al risk to our community. Such informa Ɵ on is typically published in special crime bulle Ɵ ns posted at the o ffi ce of the Department of Campus Safety and Security or other campus media such as the campus newspaper, The Spectator. Safety through environmental design is yet another component of e ff ec Ɵ ve crime preven Ɵ on. Our Maintenance and Opera Ɵ ons Department works hard at keeping the campus grounds well groomed and adequately lit during darkness. The campus grounds and parking lots are lit at nigh ƞ all un Ɵ l 11 pm during normal days of opera Ɵ on. Emergency Talk A Phones and telephones are strategically located throughout the campus for your safety. Emergency Talk A Phone These Talk A Phones are outdoors in all the parking lots and various areas throughout the campus. Emergency Campus Telephones These telephones can be found in all of our elevators and buildings. The telephones are mounted to the wall. Pick up the phone and follow the printed direc Ɵ ons. Elevator phones will dial directly to the Campus Safety and Security O ffi ce while other phones require you dial the Campus Safety and Security extension (6923 or 6666). Please familiarize yourself with the loca Ɵ ons of the emergency phones in the areas you travel on campus.

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