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Emergency Telephones

Contact

Office of Campus Safety

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999

309-341-7979

campus-safety@​knox.edu

A view of the Gizmo patio from above.

In addition to campus telephones, 24-hour emergency access telephones with blue lights are provided outside the main entrances of the following buildings:

  • Umbeck Science-Mathematics Center (east and south side)
  • Williston Hall (south side)
  • Auxiliary Gym
  • Borzello Hall
  • Ford Center for the Fine Arts (east and west side)
  • Post Hall
  • Simonds
  • Conger-Neal
  • Campbell
  • Sellew
  • Sherwin

Additionally, 13 freestanding "Blue Light" telephones are located on campus at:

  • The north side of the outdoor track
  • The east side of Post Hall
  • Inside the east side of the Bowl
  • The east side of the soccer field
  • At the east side of the parking lot to the rear of 530 S. West Street
  • In the front of 396 S. Academy Street
  • In the parking lot at the rear of Hamblin Hall 251 W. South Street
  • In the parking lot south of 218 S. Cedar Street
  • In the front of Borzello Hall 115 East South Street
  • In the parking lot south of 418 S. West Street
  • On the corner of W. Brooks and S. Academy Street, near Kappa Kappa Gamma
  • On the east and west sides of Whitcomb Art Center

Additionally, non-emergency phones are available in many campus buildings and locations. View the campus phone map.

Using the Emergency Telephone

Simply push the red button and the caller will automatically be connected to the Public Safety 911 Communications Center. The 911 Communications Operators there will notify the appropriate emergency services. The Emergency telephone's campus location is automatically identified and an officer will always be dispatched. The campus video system has also been developed to cover many freestanding emergency telephones.

Knox College

https://www.knox.edu/offices/campus-safety/reporting-incidents/emergency-telephones

Printed on Saturday, November 17, 2018