Security & Safety Department
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I replace a lost ID?
ID cards can be replaced by a security supervisor on the 2nd floor or Dave Martino on the 1st floor. There is a $10 replacement fee payable by cash or check. All copy money connected to the card will be transferred to the new ID card.
How can I put more copy money on my ID card?
Copy money can be added by any member in the security supervisors office on the 2nd floor. The bookstore also sells pre-paid copy/print cards. You can also add credits using a credit card.
Where can I get first aid?
First aid boxes are located just inside the 315 entrance, the circulation desk in the library, on 3 East near the restrooms, in the CBA-9th floor kitchen, and at the Fair Housing Clinic.
Is there a lost and found at JMLS?
Lost and found areas are located at either building entrance. The library circulation desk also has a lost and found for items recovered in the library.
Can I get extra security coverage for my event?
If your event requires a physical security presence, please contact Errol Hibbett, Protection Specialist, at email@example.com.
Can I get a security escort to my car, bus, or train?
While the Security & Safety Department does not have a structured escort program, the security supervisors are usually available to provide escorts in the evening. Please contact Ernie Spiotto at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.427.2737 ext. 309 with the request.
How do I report a crime on campus?
If you’ve been the victim of a crime or have witnessed one, please report it to the security officer at the State Street entrance in person or by calling 312.427.2737 ext. 501.
What should I do if I notice a student who is disturbed or disturbing to others, but he/she hasn’t broken any rules?
In 2009 John Marshall developed a Threat Assessment Team to deal with students, staff, or faculty who may be handling some difficult circumstances. This can be reported by emailing email@example.com. This can also be achieved by telling any law school official who will then relay the message to the Threat Assessment Team.