The duties of campus safety meet the specialized needs of the college, including:
Your safety is our concern. The Hilbert Office of Campus Safety works hard to ensure the campus is a safe place to learn, live and work. With the combined efforts and cooperation of the entire Hilbert community, we can continue to make the college secure and one of the safest campuses in the area.
Hilbert College is located in Hamburg, NY, a suburb of the city of Buffalo, NY. With the advantages of a major city only ten to fifteen minutes away, Hilbert is the ideal place to study and live in a safe, small and caring environment.
In addition to 24 hour per day security, Hilbert employs a Residence Life Coordinator and Assistant Director of Residence Life who both live on campus in student housing.
Our mission is to protect the campus community to ensure a safe environment in which to live and learn - one that's located in a safe, suburban area. Taking personal safety steps as well as reporting suspicious activities are some of the best ways you can help us to continue providing a secure campus environment.
Campus Safety is staffed by a Director, Assistant Director, Full-time, and Part-time Campus Safety Officers who are licensed by New York State and have first aid/CPR and AED (automated external defibrillator) training. Officers also receive training in other areas throughout the year. Campus Safety Officers are not Police or Peace Officers, and rely on the Town of Hamburg Police Department to perform any arrests on campus, if necessary. You will see officers patrolling the campus by marked patrol car, golf cart, bicycle, or on foot 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Emergency phones are located throughout the Hilbert campus. Emergency phones are connected directly to Hilbert Campus Safety. In addition to reporting an emergency, the phones may be used to request a safety escort or report a crime or suspicious activity. Simply pick up a phone and it will automatically dial a campus safety officer.
Red phones are at these locations:
Emergency Blue Light phones are located in outdoor locations in the following areas:
Handicapped parking spaces are for handicapped individuals who have an approved parking permit to use these designated areas. Parking in these spaces without the proper permit will result in a parking violation and fine.
No. Only new Hilbert students, faculty, and staff must register their vehicles upon arrival. Notify Campus Safety if vehicle information changes.
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