The College’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2017

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3 THE COLLEGE'S ANNUAL SECURITY AND FIRE SAFETY REPORT 2017 A Message from the President Dear Members of the Campus Community, I am pleased to provide for your review and information this 2018 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. e report highlights our work in safety and security and provides valuable information regarding safety measures and resources for all members of the campus community. You will see from the report that our safety record is strong. Yet our goal as a campus community is not merely to have good statistics to report, but also to create an environment in which all community members feel comfortable in reporting concerns. A safe community is the result of broad involvement and the entire campus working together. TCNJ's Office of Campus Police Services has been proactive in promoting safety and preventing crime on our campus, establishing a number of outreach programs designed to protect and educate members of the campus community. e Office of Campus Police Services is committed to making continuous improvements in campus security and safety. In your role as community member, please continue to cooperate with our Campus Police and assist them in preventing and responding to crime on campus. e College of New Jersey places the safety and security of its students, faculty, staff, and visitors at the very top of our priorities. Our success in this work begins with you. ank you for being an active member of the college community and helping to make our campus safe for all. If you have any questions or would like more information regarding campus safety and security, please contact the Office of Campus Police Services administrative offices at 609.771.2171. Sincerely yours, Kathryn A. Foster President e College of New Jersey A Message from the Chief of Police Welcome, e Office of Campus Police Services is comprised of dedicated public servants who link community safety with the core mission of e College of New Jersey. e men and women of our department understand that students, faculty, staff, and visitors expect reasonable safety on our campus. e college has a culture of accountability that requires individuals in the campus community to partner with CPS to enhance safety at TCNJ. CPS strongly believes that campus safety is interlaced with effective day-to-day operations, student success, and a vibrant, productive community. Services provided to the community by the Office of Campus Police Services include safety walks, crime prevention programs, cardiopulmonary resuscitation classes, emergency response exercises, and Rape Aggression Defense instruction. Our mobile patrol units rapidly respond to the site of any emergency call without delay. Our police and security officers enhance our community-oriented policing while on foot and bicycle patrol. All officers are CPR and Automated External Defibrillator trained as a result of collaboration with TCNJ Emergency Medical Services, our student volunteer emergency medical technicians, to enhance the emergency medical response for our community. e campus community can expect that a high degree of professionalism will be demonstrated by our officers during each and every encounter. CPS is always committed to working with our campus and law enforcement partners to identify areas where we can improve our performance. All members of the community are encouraged to take an active role in public safety and to promptly report suspicious activity, health concerns, or hazardous conditions to Campus Police at 609.771.2345 or by calling 911 for emergencies. Please explore the Campus Police webpage to learn more about our department and TCNJ EMS at: and also Sincerely, Timothy Grant Chief of Police/Director of Campus Security

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