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LLTC Operations

 Welcome

Director of Operations, Bill Sargent

Bill Sargent
Director of Operations
(218) 335-4228
bill.sargent@lltc.edu

Welcome to Leech Lake Tribal College, I am Bill Sargent and I serve as Director of Operations. My current role involves the managing, at both an operational and strategic level, the frontline operations of the College. This includes maintenance and custodial activities, health and safety management, campus wide security, information and technology services, LLTC building projects and oversight of the LLTC Print Shop. We strive to maintain close relationships with staff, faculty, and students to provide an efficient and safe environment for learning and development. The Operations Team meets weekly to review key issues and discuss opportunities for improvement. If I can be of any assistance please feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,

Bill Sargent
Director of Operations

 Technology Department

Information Technology Director, Bill Fredrickson

Bill Fredrickson
Information Technology Director
(218) 335-4234
bill.fredrickson@lltc.edu

Computer Lab Students

My name is Bill Fredrickson; I am the IT Director here at the Leech Lake Tribal College. We currently have four staff members here to meet our student, staff and faculty IT needs. We have two computer labs, several PC workstations in our Library and several in our Learning Center.

We offer some of the best technology currently available and continuously strive to improve our equipment and our network services. This enables our end users to have a reliable and effective means of learning.

Our IT office is located in the Oak building and we are situated in Room 112. Our main phone extension is 218-335-4269. This number will ring at all four desks in our office. We can also be contacted with our email account ITG@lltc.edu. Below you will see the names of our IT staff and their contact information. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Bill Fredrickson
Information Technology Director

IT Director:
Bill Fredrickson
Phone: 218-335-4234
Email: bill.fredrickson@lltc.edu

Network Administrator:
David Anderson
Phone: 218-335-4233
Email: david.anderson@lltc.edu

Desktop and Network Support Technician
Kris Kolkin
Phone: 218-335-4223
Email: kris.kolkin@lltc.edu

Technical Support Specialist:
Currently open/to be filled

 

Acceptable Use of Information Systems at Leech Lake Tribal College

Access to computer systems and networks owned or operated by Leech Lake Tribal College imposes certain responsibilities and obligations and is granted subject to college policies, and local, state, and federal laws. Acceptable use is always ethical, reflects academic honesty, and shows restraint in the consumption of shared resources. It demonstrates respect for intellectual property, ownership of data, system security mechanisms, individuals' right to privacy and to freedom from intimidation and harassment. Connection of privately owned computer equipment to college information technology services is permitted as long as college guidelines and regulations are followed.

IT Guidelines and Unacceptable/Irresponsible Use

IT Guidlines and Unacceptable/Irresponsible Use IT Guidlines and Unacceptable/Irresponsible Use (18 KB)

Compliance

In circumstances of alleged or suspected abuse or misuse, an investigation will be initiated. The IT Director retains the right to revoke access, examine directories, files, or other electronic records that are relevant to the investigation. Hardware may be seized temporarily for the purposes of investigation, if necessary. Investigation and resolution, including possible disciplinary action will be governed by college policies and the student code of conduct. Disciplinary action may include suspension or expulsion.

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~ Campus Safety and Security

Security Officer, Rich Howe

Rich Howe
Security Officer
(218) 335-4260
rich.howe@lltc.edu

Welcome to the Leech Lake Tribal College campus, my name is Rich Howe and I am the security officer for the LLTC. The mission of Ganawenjige wigamig - Campus Safety and Security is to ensure that all staff, faculty, and students have the best environment for their educational pursuits. Listed below are the procedures to follow in that event that our services are needed. Keep in mind that you can always come see me in person at the security office, Room 119 in Awing or to the Maintenance/Safety office, Room 121 Oak Hall. Security can also be reached by phone at (218)335-4260, or cell phone at (218)766-7237. Please don’t hesitate to stop by.

Sincerely,

Rich Howe
Security Officer

General Procedures

In the event of an emergency requiring immediate action by police, fire departments, or ambulance services, dial 911. All other emergencies should be immediately reported directly to Campus Security at 335-4260.

Emergency Numbers
Campus Security (218)335-4260
MN State System 911
Cass Lake Police (218)335-2351
Leech Lake Tribal Police (218)335-8277

Crime and Emergency Reporting

All students, employees, and guests are encouraged to promptly report criminal incidents, suspicious activity, and other public safety related emergencies and incidents, in person to the security office, Room 119 in Awing or to the Maintenance/Safety office, Room 121 Oak Hall. Security can be reached by phone at (218)335-4260, or cell phone at (218)766-7237. Maintenance/Safety can be reached by phone at (218)335-4274, or cell phone at (218)766-6961. You may also dial 911 or call the Tribal Police Department at (218)335-8277 or (218)541-1424.

Campus Security Report PDF
Campus Security Report (official site)

Campus Security Authorities (CSA)

To further encourage the timely reporting of crimes on campus, the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Campus Crime Statistics Act identifies and defines campus security authorities (CSA) as college faculty and staff members with "significant responsibility" for students and campus activities. They are campus officials who manage or otherwise oversee student and campus activities. Some examples of CSA's include, but are not limited to, Security, Deans, Directors, Department Heads, Student Group Advisors, and Activities Coordinators. Crimes reported to CSA's may not have been reported to the police. This is often the case in incidents of sexual assault. A licensed or certified counselor, who is functioning within that scope at the time a crime is reported, is not considered a CSA and not required to report crimes, but is encouraged to review crime reporting options with reporting parties.

Who must report qualifying crimes?

College CSA's have an obligation to promptly report allegations of Clery Act defined incidents which occurred on campus, on public property bordering campus, and in non-campus areas which the college leases or otherwise controls. These incidents include, but are not limited to:

  • Murder or manslaughter
  • Sex offenses, forcible or non-forcible
  • Robbery
  • Aggravated assault
  • Burglary
  • Motor vehicle theft
  • Arson
  • Persons arrested or referred for campus disciplinary action for liquor law violations and illegal weapons possession violation.
  • In addition, the Clery Act requires institutions to report statistics for certain hate crimes (bias-motivated incidents).

Anonymous Reporting

Leech Lake Tribal College permits victims or witnesses to report crimes to CSAs on a voluntary, anonymous basis (and includes such anonymous reports in reported crimes totals) but encourages individuals who report a crime to provide identity information. The purpose of this type of report is to comply with the reporting party's wish to keep the matter anonymous, while taking steps to contribute to future campus safety. With such data, the college can maintain accurate records of the number of incidents and determine if there is a pattern of crime with regard to a particular location, method or offender, and as appropriate alert the campus and community to potential danger. The Tribal Police Department, unless otherwise prescribed by law, does not take anonymous police reports.

Class Cancellations & Notification

Classes may be cancelled due to extreme weather conditions, unsafe highway conditions, or other circumstances that would threaten the health and safety of college students and faculty. The president or designee will determine campus-wide cancellation of classes. You may call LLTC at 335-4207 for any weather related announcements or cancellations. The following radio stations and television stations will be notified of a class cancellation.
KBUN 1450AM
KBIOI
KMFY 96.9
KOJB 90. 1
KOZY 1320AM
KZY 95. 5
MIX 103. 7
WBJI 98.3
WTBX94