Annual Security Report
Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Knoxville's annual security report is available in the links provided below. This report is required by federal law in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and contains policy statements and crime statistics for TCAT Knoxville.
It is the policy of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Knoxville that accidents occurring on campus are reported on the Accident Report Form. This form must be completed by the instructor or staff and submitted to administration at the main campus as soon as possible after the accident.
The key to any emergency situation is to be prepared and know how to respond. More importantly, every student, faculty, and staff member is a critical part of the response. The information given below in the Safety and Emergency Response Program Handbook, in this section, will assist you in being prepared and how to respond to life threatening emergencies on campus.
Information in this handbook should be valuable to you in the event of an emergency and as a reminder about good safety habits. This guide is designed to help you make the best decisions possible to protect yourself, but there is no substitute for common sense and awareness of your surroundings.
Preventing and Reporting Fraud, Waste or Abuse
The TCAT – Knoxville is committed to the responsible stewardship of resources. State law requires all public institutions of higher education provide a means by which students, employees, or others may report suspected or known improper or dishonest acts (T.C.A. § 49-14-103(a). Whether you are part of departmental management, a faculty or staff member, a student, or an interested citizen, we encourage you to report known or suspected fraud, waste, or abuse by employees, outside contractors, or vendors (T.C.A. § 8-50-116).
Please see the brochure for more information
Policies and Guidelines: Campus Diversity, Discrimination, and Violence
Policies and Guidelines: Safety and Security
Suicide Prevention Plan
TCAT-Knoxville is committed to the mental health wellness of our students, faculty and staff. As such, and in compliance with the requirements of T.C.A. § 49-7-1, TCAT-Knoxville has developed a suicide prevention plan that engages in a variety of initiatives to improve and provide crisis services.
TCAT-Knoxville’s Suicide Prevention Plan will be disseminated to faculty, staff, and students each academic term. The information will be listed on our website, in brochures, seminars and information sessions.