The path along the lake here at LMC is used all year long. However, we want everyone to know that no one should be down at the lake from dusk until dawn. The lake is closed during this time. This information is posted at the entrances to the lake.
Please take the time to consider the following safety tips while going about your daily routine, and share them with your students and colleagues:
Always be aware of your surroundings. If you notice anything or anyone suspicious, contact Police Services for assistance. You can reach us at (925) 439-1505. If it is an emergency please make sure to dial 911.
Please note that campus Police Services provide personal escorts in the evening hours, should you need assistance. We can be reached at (925) 439-1505.
LMC has been preparing for various types of emergencies. Recently some staff attended a presentation and discussion which included a video addressed the subject of an active shooter on campus. So that you are better informed here is a link to the video.
On Thursday, October 16th, 2014, millions of Californians will be participating in the Great California ShakeOut—our state’s largest earthquake drill. The purpose of the drill is to practice how to protect ourselves during earthquakes, and to be better prepared for them at work, school, and home.
We would like to take advantage of this opportunity and remind you of the actions you should take to remain safe if an earthquake were to occur.
As the temperatures outside start to climb, many of us will leave our car windows partially rolled down to try and keep the inside of our cars a little cooler. As much as this may help keep the temperature down inside your vehicles it may also provide thief's an opportunity to take valuables from your car. Please keep this in mind when parking on campus. Keep your windows rolled up, doors locked and remove any valuables from your car.