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  School of Social Work 2005-2007 Academic Policies and Procedures University Safety and Security  

University Safety and Security

Providing a safe and secure environment for all members of the university community is the highest priority of the university`s public safety staff. The executive director for public safety is responsible for safety and security services on the New Brunswick/Piscataway campuses. On the Newark and Camden campuses, the police chiefs report to the Office of the Provost while following policies, procedures, and administrative practices established by the executive director for public safety.

Members of the public safety staff patrol each campus and respond to emergencies and requests for assistance on a full-time basis, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Rutgers public safety employees are only part of the universitywide crime prevention team. All members of the university community also are part of that team. As a team, it is everyone`s duty to actively maintain a safe environment and be careful while complying with all local, state, and university regulations.

Information regarding public safety at Rutgers is available from the campus police departments. Safety Matters details public safety statistics, services, and programs on each of Rutgers` regional campuses. To have a printed copy of Safety Mattersmailed to you free of charge, please contact the appropriate Rutgers University Police Department office at one of the following numbers, or view the online version at any of the following web sites:

Camden Campus: http://www.camden.rutgers.edu/ ~rupdcamd/index.htm
856/225-6009

Newark Campus: http://newarkpolice.rutgers.edu
973/353-5581

New Brunswick/Piscataway Campus: http://publicsafety.rutgers.edu
732/932-8407


 
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