Safety Messaging Toolkit
The safety of our campus community is our number one priority. All are welcome to utilize the safety messaging toolkit below, which includes safety resources to share with others.
Buckeye Alert Fact Sheet
Active Aggressor Response Poster
Active Aggressor Response Video
Please watch the active aggressor video for information about responding to an active shooter situation.
Please read emergency procedures to learn more about what you should do during an emergency.
Please read safety tips to learn more how to help make the campus safer for everyone.
Register to Receive Buckeye Alerts
If your cell phone number is already in Employee Self Service (for faculty/staff) or BuckeyeLink (for students), then you are automatically registered for the Buckeye Alert text messaging system. Faculty, staff and students have the ability to register up to two additional cell phone numbers to receive text message notifications. These additional phone numbers can belong to parents, spouses or anyone else they wish to include in the text message notifications. In addition, you may also opt-in to receive notifications from multiple Ohio State campuses. More information about alert notices is available at https://dps.osu.edu/alert-notices.
Ohio State Releases New Active Aggressor Video
It’s scary to think about, but an active aggressor could strike any place, at any time. That’s why Ohio State’s Department of Public Safety has released a new “Surviving an Active Aggressor” video to educate the campus community. The 9-minute video provides important updates to the university’s original safety tutorial released in 2015. The safety of our students, faculty and staff is our top priority and we encourage all Buckeyes to watch. We encourage everyone to report suspicious behavior to OSUPD by calling 614-292-2121 or 911 in emergencies.