Campus Safety

Campus Safety Information

The Campus Safety Office is located in the west end of the Gordon Student Recreation Center. The primary role of this department is to be a service for the Grace College campus. This is accomplished through observation, reports, documentation, and when necessary, taking such action as is deemed appropriate to promote safety of the Grace Community.

The Campus Safety Department is responsible for enforcing all campus traffic regulations, locking and unlocking all campus buildings, general campus patrolling, conducting fire drills, issuing tornado alerts, and investigating any incident reports.

Campus Safety Annual Report 2014-2015

  • General Safety Information

    Learn more about the general safety policies, procedures, and environment of Grace College.

  • Campus Safety Staff

    Get to know the people responsible for keeping Grace a safe place.

  • Campus Parking Map

    The best way to avoid a parking ticket is to park where you’re supposed to. Use this map to determine where you’re allowed to park.

  • Crime Statistics

    Grace is proud to be a part of a low-crime community. See for yourself by checking out the crime statistics for Grace College and Winona Lake.

  • Law Enforcement Links

    Grace is thankful for the men and women who serve our community as law enforcement officers. Learn more about how they serve our community.



Craig Allebach

Chief of Campus Safety
Craig served as the Warsaw Chief of Police from 1988-1999 and as Captain of the Warsaw Police Department from 1999-2000. He is also an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Grace.
Telephone: 574–372–5100 ext. 6483



Glenn Goldsmith

Assistant Director of Campus Safety
Glenn has been with campus safety since 2007. Glenn earned his Masters of Business Administration degree from Grace College  in 2015.
Telephone: 574–372–5100 ext. 6484



Shawn Kantenwein

Lead Campus Safety Office
Shawn joined the Grace College Campus Safety Team in 2014. His responsibilities include training and scheduling student safety officers.

If you have a police or medical emergency, dial 911.

All other campus related urgent messages and all non-emergency contact with local agencies must be directed through the Office of Campus Safety at 574-269-5344. Dial 9-269-5344 if calling from an on-campus telephone.