Annual Safety & Security Report
Notice of Availability of the 2023 Annual Security Report
The Federal Student Right-to-Know, Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act, now cited as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act” and herein identified as the “Clery Act,” requires institutions of higher education to annually prepare and publish a report concerning campus crime statistics and security policies. The report is distributed to all current students and employees, as well as to all prospective students on www.metrotech.edu. The report contains annual specific campus crime and arrest statistics and campus policies and practices intended to promote crime awareness, campus safety and security. This report is prepared by David Hall, Director of Environmental Safety and Regulatory Affairs.
Obtain a copy of this report. A copy of this report can also be obtained in person by contacting David Hall, Metro Technology Centers, Economic Development Center, 1700 Springlake Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73111 or by email at David.Hall@metrotech.edu.
Metro Technology Centers | Campus Crime Statistics
Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) | (Public Law 110-315)
Metro Technology Centers is a career and technology center district serving the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. We offer a variety of training and career programs to high school students, adults and business and industry. Housing is not available for students nor does any student organization own, operate or manage on/off-campus facilities. Additionally, no off campus facilities such as field houses or infirmaries are owned or operated by Metro Technology Centers.
Campuses are provided with armed, CLEET-licensed security guards during hours of operation. Each campus is staffed with administrative personnel that oversee campus operations.
District policy specifies that any crime occurring on campus is to be reported immediately to campus administration or a security guard. All crimes are officially reported to the Oklahoma City Police Department.
For additional information relating to Metro Technology Centers' crime statistics, contact David Hall, Director Environmental Safety and Regulatory Affairs Officer.