Student Safety and Security

Our Primary Concern: The Safety of Students and Staff

The Security Office works to ensure that crimes are prevented before they ever occur – providing a nightly shuttle service to and from all College-owned properties; teaching new students crime prevention strategies and engraving identifiable numbers on valuables so that their owners will recognize them. In addition, the Security Office also works with the Division of Student Development and the Wellness Center for Health and Counseling on rape awareness, education and prevention programs, and monitors and records residence hall entrances and student parking lots via closed-circuit television cameras. It also strictly enforces the College’s policies with respect to drugs and alcohol, and weapons, fireworks and chemicals, and maintains several emergency telephones across the campus.

In the event that there is an emergency on campus, Le Moyne’s Heights Alert emergency notification system will send a voice mail with information and instructions to every land-line telephone in the College’s residence halls. Students may also opt-in to have the emergency alerts sent to their personal cell phone via text message and to an e-mail address.

Campus Crime Statistics


Department of Security

John O’Brien, Director
Nelligan Hall, Basement
(315) 445-4444