JCA Disclosure

Georgia Allied Health Institute Security Program has been appointed to enhance the safety of both the students and the employees of Georgia Allied Health Institute (or the “School”). GAHI Security Program at all campuses is the Director of GAHIs. All reports of criminal offenses should be made to a member of GAHI Security Program.

GAHI Security Program keeps track of all campus crime reports so that statistics can be made available to all students, prospective students, and employees as of October 1st of each year. The report ‘will be submitted to the Department of Education on an annual basis. The campus crime statistics will cover the three most recently completed calendar years. Current information is also contained in GAHI’s Catalog.

Below lists the current campus policies of Georgia Allied Health Institute as they relate to campus security.

Reporting Crimes and Other Emergencies

All students and employees are encouraged to report crimes, suspicious activities, injuries or other security problems to the proper authorities at GAHI does not have its own police department. The local police department is authorized by Georgia Allied Health Institute to prevent, investigate, and report any violations of state or Federal Law and/or School regulations on campus. Student behavior that violates state or federal law and/or School regulations may also be investigated and reported by authorized staff of GAHI.

Any student, faculty member, or employee of GAHI, should directly report any potential criminal act or other emergency to a member of GAHI Security Program, or if a member is not in the immediate vicinity, to any staff member of GAHI, who shall immediately, notify a member of GAHI Security Program. Callers should dial 770.447.0722 for immediate assistance. Upon receipt of the call, police officers are dispatched to the location if necessary, an investigation is conducted, and appropriate action is taken. The 911 emergency number should be called FIRST for any and all life threatening emergencies.


Physical description should include height, weight, build, facial hair, complexion, jewelry and tattoos

Vehicle description should include make, model, color, and approximate year of manufacture, maker plate, state of origin, and any notable damage to the vehicle

Do not disturb any crime/scene so as to preserve any physical evidence that may exist

In compliance with the Campus Sex Prevention Act of 2000, members of GAHI community may search the following registries for information concerning registered sex offenders:

National Sex Offender Public Website at www.nsopr.gov/