You don’t want to make trouble. But you’ve seen some things you just can’t ignore, and you’re worried about the safety of a friend, your classmates, your campus, yourself. When do you speak up?
PVCC now offers an early reporting option that allows you to refer your concerns to caring, qualified college employees who can address any suspicious, disruptive, or potentially dangerous behavior, including threats of violence or harm to others, to you, or to oneself, in a way that is safe and non-threatening.
If you’ve witnessed this sort of behavior, we encourage you to speak up. Visit our online reporting form at paradisevalley.edu/alert. We will maintain the security and confidentiality of all who report. We cannot do it without you. We ask you to speak up.
In the event of an emergency on the Union Hills campus, call 602-787-7911. At Black Mountain, call 602-493-2911.
Reports to college officials are protected in the same way that all student information is protected, and details of a report may only be disclosed as permitted under privacy laws, college policy and as necessary to comply with the law.