See Something, Say Something
See Something, Say Something is AUM’s portal for confidential reporting of non-academic violations and judicial violations to the Office of Accountability and Advocacy, and Title IX violations to the Office of Human Resources and Affirmative Action. Reports will be reviewed promptly. In some circumstances, a member of the department team may need to follow up with you for additional information.
If you have questions about completing a report or would like to speak with a staff member concerning a non-academic violation or judicial violation, call (334) 244-3106. To speak to someone concerning a Title IX violation call (334) 244-3755.
In the event of an emergency, dial 911 or contact AUM Campus Police at (334) 244-3424
What Should I Report?
Use this to report non-academic violations of university policy in the Student Discipline Code of Conduct involving university students and student organizations.
Concerning Student Behavior
Use this to report a student who is struggling with academic, personal, or emotional difficulties or who may be exhibiting threatening, worrisome or other concerning behaviors.
Title IX Discrimination
Use this to report specific information related to an alleged incident(s) of discrimination, harassment (including sexual misconduct), or retaliation. Learn more about Title IX.
All sworn police officers assigned to the AUM Police Department receive their powers and authority from the Code of Alabama, Title 16, Chapter 22, Sections 1 and 2, which states:
The president or chief executive officer of any state college or university shall have the authority to appoint or employ one or more suitable persons to act as police officers to keep off intruders and prevent trespass upon and damage to the property of the college or university or of the said university. Such persons shall be charged with all the duties and invested with all the powers of police officers.
Any officer appointed pursuant to the provisions of 16-22-1, is a peace officer whose authority extends to any place in the state; provided that the primary duty of any such police or peace officer shall be the enforcement of the law on property owned or leased by the institution of higher education employing such officers; provided further, that he shall not otherwise act as a peace officer in enforcing the law except:
Crime Statistics & the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
To inform students, staff and faculty members of the policies and procedures for safety and security at AUM, the AUM Police Department publishes annual crime statistics (Annual Security and Fire Safety Report) in order to meet requirements outlined in Public Law 101-542, the Jeanne Clery Act. Copies of the report from previous years can be viewed at the campus police office.
The AUM Police Department also completes daily crime and fire logs available upon request at the campus police office. We strive to keep the campus community aware of any criminal activity which may have an impact on personal safety or security. If you wish to obtain a copy of this report, please stop by the AUM Police Department in Taylor Center, Room 267.