Security Check Policy
NEW Security Check Policy for the 2012-13 Season: New security measures have been put in place at Crisler Center to ensure the safety of all guests. Guests arriving to Crisler Center are encouraged to arrive early and travel light. Anyone attempting to enter Crisler Center with a bag of any size will be subject to search. Bags that have passed inspection should be able to fit comfortably under your seat. Oversized bags that interfere with the comfort of those around you are prohibited and final determination of this will be made by Crisler Center Event Staff. Crisler Center does not provide an area to check bags, coats or any other personal belongings. Please note that guests are advised to leave all bags at home in order to expedite their entry into the facility.
Guests are reminded that signs, conduct, or attire that is deemed offensive or inappropriate by an Event Staff Team Member will not be allowed in Crisler Center and Yost Ice Arena.
To ensure a safe and comfortable environment at Crisler Center and Yost Ice Arena, the following items are prohibited from being brought into the arenas for intercollegiate athletic contests:
Containers of any kind (including coolers, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks)
Aerosol and Spray Cans
Flags with Flagpoles
Camcorders and tripods
Still cameras with a lens longer than 6 inches
Irritants (i.e. noisemakers, airhorns, etc.)
Seat cushions with backs (Yost Ice Arena only)
Food of any kind
Apparel or signage displaying profane or abusive language
All items carried into Crisler Center and Yost Ice Arena are subject to inspection. Michigan reserves the right to prohibit the carrying of any other item into the arena. Decisions on which items to prohibit will be made contingent upon security briefings by law enforcement agencies.
Safety at Crisler CENTER and Yost Ice Arena
What You Should Do
Based on the nature of a specific event or emergency, directions to guests and staff will be communicated via public address announcements and video scoreboard messages. Guests are requested to listen to announcements and remain seated until instructed otherwise.
Fire: If you discover a fire or smell smoke, please notify an Event Staff Team Members or a police officer immediately. Event Staff Team Members are in each portal and on the concourse.
Building Emergency: In the event of a serious incident during the game, Event Staff Team Members and law enforcement personnel may direct that actions be taken to protect all of our guests. Please remain calm and listen to all instructions carefully. If you are asked to evacuate the building, please do not run or panic and follow the instructions of Event Staff Team Members.
What Not To Do
In order to keep our arenas a safe environment for all, we remind you about three key stipulations of the University of Michigan Ordinance of the Board of Regents:
- Alcohol, possession and/or consumption, is prohibited at all athletic events inside the arena.
- No person shall throw, project, or drop any projectile or object that could cause injury in the spectator or playing surface.
- Unauthorized entry onto the playing surface before, during, or after the game is prohibited.
Violation of these articles of the university ordinance shall constitute a civil infraction and shall be punishable by a fine of not more than $50 plus court costs.