The Morton College PoliceDepartment make every effort to protect personalproperty but for even moresecurity, review thesetips for loss prevention.
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The Federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, which became
effective October 28, 2002, requires Morton Community College to inform the campus community as to where to find
information on registered sex offenders.
Illinois law requires sex offenders to
register with their local police or sheriff, who place the names in a
state-wide database. In addition, Morton College requires that any
student who is a known sex offender to also register with Campus Police upon
registration at the College.
The Morton Police Department maintains a file of students who have registered as sex offenders. This information is provided under the mandates of the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (section 1601 of public law 106.386, enacted October 28, 2000.)
The State of Illinois Registered Sex Offenders
database can be accessed at www.isp.state.il.us.
If you need more information, contact your local law enforcement (police or sheriff)
In accord with the
federal law entitled Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act, or Campus SaVE
Act, enacted as part of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013,
the College invites community members to view and download the Morton College Sexual Assault, Relationship Violance & Stalking Policy (PDF).
Report immediately to the Morton College Police Department by dialing 911 on campus and outside phones. You may also complete and submit a Morton College Sexual Assault Report Form (PDF).
Students and employees are encouraged to report all incidents to:
Morton College Police Department OfficeBuilding C, Room 119(708) 656-8000 Ext. 2200 or Ext. 2201
Office of the Dean of StudentsBuilding B, Room 311(708) 656-8000 Ext. 2401
Cicero Police Department4901 West Cermak RoadCicero, IL 60804(708) 652-2130
Information is also available online at the Illinois Sex Offender Information website.For prevention tips, download the Sexual Assault and Prevention Guide (PDF)Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline: (888) 293-2080YW Care Hotline: (708) 788-6759Pillars: (708) 788-6759Pillars 24-hour sexual assault hotline: (708) 482-9600
The Morton College Police Department is currently developing a non-credit class and an instructional video that will provide community members with instruction on self-defense tactics and techniques. Please check back on this page soon for updates.