Campus Safety
At SUNY Delhi, the safety and well-being of students, faculty, staff and visitors is top priority.

Located in a quiet, rural town with approximately 2,500 students, 65% of whom reside on campus, SUNY Delhi is a close-knit campus that has a vital partnership with the local community. The college takes proactive measures by upholding accountability and educating the campus community about ways in which to sustain an atmosphere that is safe and supportive.

University Police

University Police is staffed 24 hours, 7 days a week by professionally trained police officers. The department has a strong community presence through vehicle, foot and bike patrols.  Emergency blue light phones are located throughout campus and an On-Campus 911 emergency number provides a direct connection to the University Police Department. In addition, University Police places high priority on building positive relationships with students through informal interactions as club advisors, chaperones and committee members. The department regularly helps sponsor safety awareness activities that often include local public safety agencies.

Judicial Affairs 

Judicial Affairs upholds a judicial system at the college that is educational and progressive. Education is used to provide students with an understanding of the consequences of their behaviors and individuals are held accountable for the choices that they make. Community standards are established out of respect for one another. The college takes proactive measures by upholding accountability and educating the campus community about ways in which to sustain an atmosphere that is safe and supportive.

Safety Initiatives


Crime Statistics

Crime Statistics: A copy of the SUNY Delhi campus crime statistics as reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education will be provided upon request by the University Police Department, the Office of the Vice President for Student Life, or the campus Personal Safety Committee. Please direct all such requests to the University Police Department at 607-746-4700.  Crime statistics can also be obtained from the SUNY Delhi University Police website or at the U.S. Department of Education website at http://ope.ed.gov/security/.

August, 3, 2008

 

 

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