Campus Safety

Beulah Heights University and the Department of Campus Safety are committed to providing a safe environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors. Our security officers patrol across the main campus and housing on foot and motorized carts.

We also work with the Atlanta Police Department to patrol the Beulah Heights University Campus area. It's important to remember that while the area surrounding Beulah Heights University is in a residential area, and relatively in a safe environment individuals should remain aware of their surroundings at all times. 

Vision

The Vision of Campus Security is to provide a safe and secure environment for employees, students, and campus residents that promotes an atmosphere that is conducive to learning and spiritual growth through Christ centered education.

Mission

The mission of the Beulah Heights University Security Department is to provide for the safety of all students, faculty, staff, visitors and constituents; protect the assets of the University and all other properties within its jurisdiction; and to improve the quality of life by viable interaction with our community.

Its mission is to be accomplished by meeting the following objectives:

  • Preventing crime through effective patrol deployment, constant visibility, and residential life involvement.
  • Maintaining a high standard of professional conduct.
  • Regulating campus access.
  • Utilizing effective technology for campus security.
  • Managing and controlling special events.

The Beulah Heights University Campus Security Department also enforces non-criminal regulations and house rules established by the University, i.e., non-criminal use of alcohol/drugs, noise violations, curfew violations, proper facilities use, etc.

Security and Technology

Beulah Heights University has installed surveillance cameras throughout the main campus. Collectively, they cover about 90% of the open space on campus, with an emphasis on parking lots and pedestrian routes. The cameras are recorded 24 hours a day and can be accessed remotely and/or viewed on site by Campus Safety offices. 

Where to Report a Crime

For incidents occurring on Beulah Heights University property, please call

Campus Safety at (404) 275-2681 or (404) 805-5982. (We encourage you to program these numbers into your cell phone's address book.) For incidents occurring off-campus, please dial 911.

Reports

2016 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

PDF file: 2016 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

 
Public Access to Sex Offender Information

Registered sex offenders classified as moderate risk or high risk and who are employed with or enrolled at BHU will be posted on the University’s website upon confirmed notice from the registered jurisdiction. The Georgia Sex Offender website identifying all registered sex offenders in the state of Georgia is available via Internet pursuant to NDCC Section 12.1-32-15. The Georgia Office of Attorney General is responsible for maintaining this registry. Follow this link to access the Georgia Sex Offender website: www.gbi.georgia.gov.

NOTICE: Unlawful use of the information for purposes of intimidating or harassing another may be a crime and punishable by law.

Security Office contact information

  • The Security Office is located in the Woods Hall 1st Floor
  • Hours of operation: Security officers work 7 days a week
  • Phone:  404-275-2681
  • Email:  security@beulah.edu

Staff

  • Harvey Brumelow | Head of Security |404-805-5982 or 404-627-2681 Ext. 113 | Email: harvey.brumelow@beulah.edu
  • Holder Mathis | Audrey ThomasGeorge MartinSecurity Officers | 404-275-2681 | Email: security@beulah.edu

Contact


Beulah Heights University
P.O. Box 18145
892 Berne St, S.E.
Atlanta, GA 30316
Tel: 404-627-2681

Admissions

Email: admissions@beulah.edu
Tel: 404-627-2681 ext. 158 or 109/FAX:  404-627-0702  

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