At SUNY Delhi, the safety and well-being of students, faculty, staff, and guests is a top priority.
Delhi's Department of University Police is the official law enforcement agency for the campus, and its officers protect people and property by providing 24-hour-a-day mobile, bicycle, and foot patrol coverage.
Members of the department possess full police powers and enforce all state and local laws on College property. Nevertheless, the possibility of loss through theft and vandalism or personal injury also requires individual effort to reduce risk situations. Prompt reporting of unusual/suspicious activity, as well as observing campus regulations, are important obligations for members of the College community.
Since the College does not assume responsibility for private losses as a result of crime victimization, appropriate insurance coverage is suggested.
The University Police Department also maintains an active fire and accident prevention program through frequent inspection of College facilities and mechanical protection systems. Therefore, all accidents occurring on College property must be promptly reported.
Student hosts of campus visitors are responsible for the activities of their guests, including the registering of overnight visitors with residence life staff, registering visitor vehicles at the Office of University Police, and insuring that their guests comply with all College regulations, and report any injuries.
University Police enforce all New York State vehicle and traffic laws. Because of the limited parking facilities on campus, it is necessary to limit and/or restrict student parking. A brochure entitled Traffic and Parking Regulations clearly defines vehicle registration requirements and the areas where students may park. Any questions related to campus parking regulations should be addressed to the Chief of University Police.
The University Police Office is located in North Hall (Building No. 16 on the campus map) near the main entrance. University Police Officers are on duty 24 hours a day and can be reached by calling 746-4700 or 911 from any campus phone to report an incident or request assistance.
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454 Delhi Drive
Delhi, NY 13753
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