University Police

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Policy Statement

General Objective of University Police

The objective of University Police is the protection of the lives and property of the students, employees and campus visitors of the State University College at Brockport. This objective is pursued within the framework of the State University of New York rules and regulations and all local, state, and federal laws.

Category Name: Administration and Operations
Responsible Unit: University Police
Responsible Exec: VP for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
Adoption Date: Unavailable
Last Revision Date:
Last Review Date:

Purpose/Scope

Jurisdiction of University Police

All crimes committed on the grounds of the State University College at Brockport are under the jurisdiction of the Department of University Police.

Applicability

 

Definitions

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Policy Procedures

University Police Officers and Duties

Enforces all laws and campus regulations, takes appropriate action for all unlawful acts on campus and investigates all crimes committed on the grounds of the State University College at Brockport. Performs periodic tours of grounds to ascertain the physical security of campus residential halls and buildings and restricts unauthorized personnel from using campus facilities. Investigates all accidents and makes appropriate recommendations to eliminate recurrences. Serves as a source of information and assistance to all visitors, residents, and employees of the College. Implements action and coordinates efforts for all emergencies on campus. Enforces all traffic regulations on campus.

Links to Related Procedures and Information

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Contact Information

University Police Headquarters

The Department of University Police is located on the ground level of Lathrop Hall. Twenty-four hour coverage is provided by both desk and patrol officers.

Contacting University Police

University Police may be reached by calling 395-2222 (Emergencies) or 395-2226 (Non-Emergencies).

History (in descending order)

Item Date Explanation
Next Review Date December 1, 2017 Three year review
Adoption Date Unavailable  Policy Adopted

Approval

This policy is approved by:

Last Updated 1/5/18

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