Ohio State News Alert: Valuing input from the Buckeye community to enhance safety
Community feedback important to safety
The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University listens to groups across the community when deciding how to increase safety and health actions, President Kristina M. Johnson outlined in a new video.
Talking and listening to members of the Buckeye community is a critical part of decision-making in enhancements made since the start of the semester, Johnson noted, including increased law enforcement and civilian patrols, lighting and cameras.
Groups who provide input include the Public Safety Advisory Committee, made up of students, faculty, staff and public safety officials.
The Student Experience and Engagement Delegates program, or SEEDs, is a student-led group guided by the Office of Student Life that provides opportunities for students to offer ideas on a variety of issues including safety and wellness. University leadership is also in frequent contact with Undergraduate Student Government.
Johnson also reminded community members of proactive steps to take to enhance safety.