Security Services strives to provide a safe and secure environment, at all times, for our students, patients, visitors, and employees while modeling Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist values. Security Services operates 24 hours per day, seven days a week.
Your Wake Forest Baptist badge is issued at orientation and should be worn at all times while at Innovation Quarter, in the Medical Center or in other affiliated hospitals, offices and clinics. Once activated, it is used for identification purposes and for activities at Wake Forest University. It will also give access to the school of medicine library services.
The Badge Office typically sets up temporarily in Innovation Quarter for large group issuances. Students who lose their badges will have to purchase replacements at the Badge Office on the Winston-Salem Campus (Ambulatory Services Building, between Meads Hall and Reynolds Tower).
Although our security teams works hard to keep the Winston-Salem Campus and Innovation Quarter safe, there may be times where you'd feel more secure if you had a security escort. We offer complimentary escorts for patients, visitors, students and employees. Wherever you are on campus, just call us and an officer will meet you and walk you to your on-campus destination, day or night.
Lost and Found
The Winston-Salem Campus maintains a lost and found storage area. Some items that are frequently turned in include: cash, ID badges, keys, glasses and jewelry. If you have lost an item, give us a call at 336-716-3305.
In Innovation Quarter, please check with one of the security desks near building entrances or the Sunstates Security office on the main floor of Biotech Place, south of the atrium and near Café Brioche Doreé.
Annual ReportThe Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act) contains information regarding campus security and personal safety. This information is provided in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act which requires colleges and universities receiving federal financial aid funding to disclose reported instances of certain criminal activity on their campuses.
This document contains information regarding campus security and personal safety. It also contains information about crime and fire statistics for the previous three calendar years as well as policy statements regarding emergency notifications and timely warnings, relationship violence, sexual violence, stalking, and information on how students, faculty and staff should report crimes.
Crime statistics are for occurrences on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the School of Medicine and Wake Forest University Health Sciences; and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from campus. Fire statistics are for on-campus residences.
If you are unable to access the report and/or you would like a printed copy, please contact Security Services at 336-716-3305 or visit the Security Services Desk on the Ground Floor of the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education.