Title IX Coordinator
Dr. Jamie C. Clark
11900 Colonel Glenn
Little Rock, AR 72210
BHCLR Title IX Training
BHCLR Security Personnel
|Security Dispatch (501) 202-2700|
|Max Savoy||Director of Security|
|Scott Holt||Security Officer|
|James Jester||Security Officer|
BHCLR Security Statistics
Provided below is a governmental link that details BHCLR’s campus crime and security statistics for the last three years:
BHCLR Crime Prevention Strategies
Effective crime prevention and security in the Baptist Health Community and beyond is a communities responsibility. We all impact our environment and should continually work together to maintain an environment of limited opportunity for criminal activity. We all contribute to a safer environment by practicing some common-sense crime prevention skills. These skills help us provide a higher level of security for both persons and property on our campuses. Let’s work together to ensure that we continue to provide the safest environment for our patients, visitors and staff. “All Our Best.”
By definition, Crime Prevention is: Being aware that a crime can occur, anticipating its form, location, time and victim, and taking action to reduce the chances of its happening.
There are three elements the criminal must possess for a crime to occur:
If we eliminate just one of the elements no crime will take place. We have no control over the first two elements Desire and Ability. We can, however, as a community, have great control of, if not eliminate the third element – OPPORTUNITY.
Parking Lots and Garages
- Never leave valuables in plain view, even if your car is locked. Put them in the trunk. Keep them out of sight.
- Create a buddy system for walking to parking lots or public transportation or use the security escort service or ask security to walk you to your car.
- If you notice any strangers hanging around the parking lot notify security.
- When you approach your car, have the door key or remote ready. Check the floor and backseats before getting in. Lock your car as soon as you get in…before you buckle your seat belt.
Office Theft and Other Crimes
- Never leave your keys or ID badge lying about.
- If you are responsible for office keys, don’t leave them on your desk or in the top drawer where they could be easily taken and copied. Keep them with you or hide them in a secure place.
- Make sure personal valuables (purses, wallets etc..) are kept in locked cabinets or lockers. Leaving purses under desks or wallets in jackets is not sufficient.
- Be aware of your surroundings, greet and offer service/assistance to persons who seem out of place or lost in your work area. If these persons or their response make you uncomfortable for any reason, please contact security immediately.
- If you work in sensitive areas do not allow persons to “piggy back” your entry into these secure units. If someone does that you do not recognize, offer assistance to them (ask them who they are visiting, can you help them find these persons.) If their answers are not sufficient or make you uncomfortable for any reason, contact security