Annual Fire Safety and Security Report

The following message was sent to all university and health system personnel on Oct. 1, 2015 by James J. Rush Jr., J.D., the enterprise’s Chief Integrity Officer. 

Dear Colleagues,

The safety and security of our students, workforce, patients and visitors is a top priority of our institution and a responsibility shared by all members of the Georgia Regents University (soon to be Augusta University) community. Our safety depends on all of us stepping forward to help identify and report possible safety concerns.

The Office of Compliance and Enterprise Management has prepared our 2015 Annual Fire Safety and Security Report, available here for your review. The report contains information important to the entire GRU community and was prepared in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, known as the Clery Act.

In it you will find security policies and procedures, including how to prevent crime, how to report a crime, information on services we offer victims and more.

If you have any questions about this report, please contact the Office of Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management at 706-721-0900.


James J. Rush Jr., J.D.
Chief Integrity Officer

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