VIBE Barber College (“VIBE”) supports and encourages a secure and safe college environment. There has not been any crimes conducted on VIBE’s campus. The following is list of reportable incidents:
|Offense||Year||On-Campus Property||Non-Campus Property||Public Property||Optional Total|
|Sex Offenses, Forcible||2017||0||0||0||0|
|Sex Offenses, Non-Forcible||2017||0||0||0||0|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||2017||0||0||0||0|
|Liquor Law Arrests||2017||0||0||0||0|
|Liquor Law Violations||2017||0||0||0||0|
|Drug Law Arrests||2017||0||0||0||0|
|Drug Law Violations||2017||0||0||0||0|
|Illegal Weapons Possession Arrests||2017||0||0||0||0|
|Illegal Weapons Possession Violations||2017||0||0||0||0|
|*VIBE does not have residential facilities*|
It is VIBE’s policy to contact the Memphis Police Department (MPD) when crimes occur on campus. Employees and students have been instructed to call the MPD if a crime occurs.
Drug-Free Campus and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
In accordance with local, state and federal law, VIBE Barber College students and employees are prohibited from engaging in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, use or being under the influence of controlled substances (illicit drugs) and or alcohol on the VIBE’s Campus or on property owned or controlled by the VIBE or as part of any of the College's activities. All students and employees are subject to applicable laws related to this matter, and any violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action up to and including expulsion or termination of employment with VIBE and referral for prosecution or mandatory satisfactory participation in a drug or alcohol abuse assistance or rehabilitation program.
Counseling, Treatment, or Rehabilitation Programs
The administration of VIBE maintains a list of hospital and community agencies available to assist employees and students seeking alcohol and drug counseling and treatment. Employees and students who have a substance-dependency problem are strongly encouraged to obtain counseling and treatment. Requests for assistance will be held in complete confidentiality and will be provided on a need-to-know basis only. The list is as follows:
Sexual assault involves any sexual act directed against another person, forcibly and/or against that person’s will; or where the victim is incapable of giving consent. Threats of death or use of a weapon increase the severity of the legal charges. Sexual assault can be prosecuted even if the victim knows the attacker, did not fight back, had sex with the attacker prior to the assault, or was under the influence of drugs or alcohol or otherwise incapacitated.
Victim’s are encouraged to seek medical attention immediately. If medical attention is sought, do not shower, change clothes or disturb the scene of the attack. Go to the emergency room or call the Shelby County Rape Crisis Center (901-222-4350), which is also online at http://www.shelbycountytn.gov/index.aspx?NID=737
Sex Offender Registry
The Tennessee sex offender registry can be accessed at http://www.tbi.state.tn.us/sex_ofender_reg/sex_ofender_reg.shtml
Any person who believes a student is missing should immediately notify the Police.
Crime statistics are reported to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI). These are all on-campus offenses that conform to the FBI rules for incident based reporting (IBRS) as opposed to the older, but still used, Uniform Crime Report.
The second set of statistics is required for the Department of Education as part of the Campus Crimes Statistics Act (Clergy Act) and include crimes that occur in non-campus buildings, as well as public property (streets that border campus,). Drug offenses, liquor law violations, and weapons offenses. The Department of Education requires submission yearly to a secure website in October which can be viewed by the public audits randomly for regulatory compliance and quality assurance of the data submitted. The annual report is required to be published by October 1st.
Domestic violence occurs when the parties involved are current or former spouses, live together or have lived together, are related by blood or adoption, are or were related by marriage, or the child of a person in a relationship described.
Dating violence occurs when the parties involved are dating, have dated, or who have or had a sexual relationship.
Stalking is a willful course of conduct involving repeated or continuing harassment of another individual that would cause a reasonable person to feel terrorized, intimidated, frightened, threatened, harassed or molested, and the person whom the conduct is directed at actually feels that way.
There were no crimes of bias (hate crime) reported for 2017.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act requires all academic institutions to produce an annual fire safety report outlining fire safety practices, standards, and fire related statistics related to student housing. VIBE Barber College complies with all fire regulations per the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office. All fires should be reported to Police Services at 911. A log of all fires is maintained in the Administrative Offices and can be viewed during normal business hours (Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).
Fire Safety Equipment
VIBE Barber College has fire extinguishers and monitored smoke detection systems.
Fire Alarm Evacuation Procedure
When the fire alarm is heard, leave the building via the nearest exit and travel a safe distance from the building. Assist all persons with impaired mobility to the nearest exit. Faculty and Staff should notify Police and or Fire Department/Emergency Services of any known student or visitor with impaired mobility who is unable to independently exit the building.
EVERY ALARM SHOULD BE TREATED AS A POTENTIAL FIRE
State and local regulations require all occupants to leave the building if a fire alarm occurs. Before a fire occurs, there are some simple steps you can follow that will aid your survival. Find the nearest exit and also an alternate exit, should the primary one be blocked. Ensure that the path out is clear of any obstructions and that all doors leading out of the building can be opened. Find the nearest fire extinguisher and learn how to use it if necessary.
IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE:
1. Rescue any person in immediate danger.
3. Call Police or Emergency Services at 911. They will initiate a conference call with you and the Memphis Fire Department. Stay on the phone until the Fire Department and or Emergency Services obtain all information.
4. When the fire alarm sounds, evacuate the building immediately using the nearest exit. As you exit, close as many doors as possible between you and the fire. Move a safe distance away from the building (at least 50 feet).
5. Before opening any door, feel it with the back of your hand. If it is hot, do not open it! If it is not hot, open cautiously, bracing yourself against it to slam it shut if you feel a rush of heat.
6. If the closest exit is blocked, go to an alternative exit. If all doors are blocked, exit through a ground floor window, but watch for broken glass.
IF YOU BECOME TRAPPED BY THE FIRE:
IF YOU DECIDE TO FIGHT THE FIRE:
Smoking and Fire Safety
Smoking is prohibited on campus.