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Reed and Frey to lead the campus safety department at Olivet College
Jul 26, 2007

Phil Reed and Bob Frey have been appointed director of campus safety and campus safety supervisor, respectively, at Olivet College, according to an announcement by Linda Logan, Olivet’s vice president and dean for student life.

Reed is also an assistant professor of criminal justice and director of the criminal justice program at the college. He is returning to the director of campus safety role, which he held from 2003-05. Prior to his roles at Olivet, Reed served 25 years with the Battle Creek Police Department, retiring as commander of investigations in 2003. During his tenure, Reed helped develop the Calhoun County Cold Case Homicide Team and was responsible for the detective bureau, undercover narcotics team and crime lab.

His educational background includes earning a bachelor’s in psychology and sociology from Hope College in 1977 and a master’s in public administration from Western Michigan University in 2001. Reed also graduated from the Northwestern University School of Staff and Command and the Kalamazoo Valley Community College Michigan Law Enforcement Training Council Police Academy.

Along with serving as campus safety supervisor, Frey is an assistant football coach at Olivet. Before joining the staff at Olivet, Frey was the head football coach at Tri-State University in Angola, Ind., and MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Ill.

Frey earned a bachelor’s in physical education and health from Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio.



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