Safety on Campus
Pensacola School of Massage Therapy & Health Careers is monitored during all operating hours to provide a safe and secure area for staff and students.
The staff and students are encouraged to report crimes to local authorities and to the Campus Director of the school. Should an incident occur, the Campus Director would be called immediately who will respond, investigate and notify authorities as warranted.
Facility Access: Visitors and non-students are required to check in at the front lobby before entering any other portion of the building. There are no residence facilities associated with the school.
Law Enforcement: Campus security personnel (if any) have no enforcement authority. The administration encourages the reporting of all crimes to the local Police Department.
Crime Prevention: Normal operating procedures, rules and regulations are covered with students during orientation.
Alcoholic Beverages: Alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the premises at any time. Any person caught on campus under the influence or in possession on campus will be asked to leave immediately for the remainder of the day (without pay for employees). On the next day, a determination will be made by the Director as to further action that may include immediate suspension or expulsion (suspension without pay or termination for employees).
Illegal Drugs or Weapons: Neither is ever acceptable. Any student caught possessing illegal drugs or illegal weapons will be immediately expelled from school (immediate termination for employees).
Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Awareness: All students and employees are encouraged to seek professional help for any problems, and are advised to seek guidance from the Campus Director as to professional help available.
Security on Campus
Annual Security Report – Summer 2013
Criminal Activity Report for 2010 – No criminal activity reported.
Criminal Activity Report for 2012 – No criminal activity reported.
Criminal Activity Report for 2013 – No criminal activity reported.