Report Emergency Information: 9-1-1
(On campus 9-911).
Then notify Campus Security at ext. 8224
This section is designed to provide basic facts regarding security concerns and operations at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. It is our wish that your time on the LWTech campus is safe and productive.
Questions regarding the information presented can be directed to the LWTech Safety and Security Department at (425) 739-8224. The Safety and Security Department is located in the East Building, E145.
Campus Security Hours
Monday through Thursday: 6:30 AM to 10:30 PM
Friday: 6:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Saturday: 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Contact Campus Security
To reach Campus Safety and Security, just call the main Security Office number at (425) 739-8224. If no one is in the Office, the phone automatically forwards your call to the Officer on Duty.
LWTech utilizes two Campus Emergency Communications systems to notify students, faculty, staff, the community, and the media when campus activities are affected due to unexpected circumstances.
Updates are also posted on Facebook ("LWIT") and Twitter ("LWiTech"). Sign up for Emergency Alerts.
Emergency Management Manual
The Lake Washington Institute of Technology's multi-hazard Emergency Management Manual provides a realistic approach to problems likely to be encountered during an emergency. The Manual provides a comprehensive look at various emergencies and how LWTech plans to deal with them. It must be understood that the Manual is not all inclusive in its Emergency Management approach; rather, it outlines basic concepts for managing not only the specified emergencies, but allows for the flexibility and adaptation to encompass emergency response for much of what can happen. This manual is an evolving document that will change with the times to reflect new emergencies and how to manage emergencies, new or old.
Emergency Management Manual (August 2013)
Annual Security Report
2014 Clery Report (posted Oct. 1, 2014)
The LWTech Safety Committee takes and considers reports on building and personal safety issues and makes recommendations as to the solution of related safety issues. The emphasis is to help make, and keep, LWTech a safe place in which to work and learn.
As the 2014 fiscal year comes to a close, it's a good time to reflect and highlight areas addressed by your Security and Safety team over the last several months. In partnership with each of you, we are pleased to share some of the key milestones. Together we will continue to ensure we have one of the safest campuses in Washington.
At any time, if you have questions or concerns about safety or security related issues, please feel free to contact the Safety & Security at x8224 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, and the Safety/Security Team will be happy to assist you.