East Tennessee State University (ETSU), in its continuing effort to maintain a safe academic and work environment for students, faculty and staff, is presenting the following information concerning campus safety and security. This information is presented to the university community with the knowledge that individual awareness and adherence to university security policies and procedures is the best method to maintain a safe campus environment.
ETSU has initiated a number of new services and programs designed to provide the university community with additional ways for students, faculty and staff to stay safe while on campus. The following is a brief summary of these services:
In compliance with the federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act and the Tennessee College and University Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act of 2002, members of the campus community may obtain the most recent information received from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) concerning sex offenders employed, enrolled or volunteering at this institution at the ETSU Department of Public Safety. Information is also available on the TBI's Web site listing of sex offenders located on the Internet at:
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
The Department of Public Safety has been notified by TBI that the following individuals: Neal Anthony Robinette, Betty S. McClain - Hensley associated with ETSU is listed on the TBI sex offender registry. http://www.tbi.state.tn.us/sex_ofender_reg/sex_ofender_reg.shtml
Persons wishing to learn additional specific information about this individual may access this information through: http://www.tbi.state.tn.us.
The information presented is designed to meet the guidelines of the College and University Security Information Act of 1989 and the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990.
Information concerning university security policies and procedures, crime rates and crime statistics can be obtained upon request from the Department of Public Safety, Box 70646, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN 37614-0646.
The East Tennessee State University Department of Environmental Health & Safety has developed and implemented a Life Safety Policy, primarily established to protect ETSU students, faculty and staff, and to reduce potential large fire losses of ETSU properties. The policy recognizes the fact that life safety is more than just a matter of safe egress. The policy includes inspection and testing requirements necessary to achieve an acceptable degree of life safety and outlines the safeguards to provide egress time and protection from fire exposure.
Life safety from fire is accomplished through fire prevention and response training, installation and maintenance of fire protection systems and periodic building inspections.
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