Your FVSU Emergency Management Office (EMO) works to prepare the university to manage and recover from any type of emergency or disaster.
The Emergency Management Office provides specialized expertise in emergency program development by creating, revising and maintaining university-wide policies and plans related to emergency operations, essential communications, fire safety, and strategic security initiatives.
The Emergency Management Staff works to create a safe environment by planning, training, coordinating collegiate and departmental response operations, maintaining emergency communications systems and resources, and executing emergency response and recovery activities for emergencies or disasters that directly or indirectly threaten life safety.
In the links below you will find the most up to date information concerning how you can better prepare for any emergency you may face.
If you are experiencing an immediate emergency, dial 911.
Other important phone numbers:
- Campus Police: (478) 825-6211
- City of Fort Valley Police: (478) 825-3383
- Peach County Sheriff: (478) 825-8636
Warner Robins Center:
- Warner Robins Police: (478) 302-5378
- Houston County Sheriff: (478) 542-2125