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The Department of Safety & Security strives to improve the safety of students, faculty and staff as well as relations between the University and the larger community in which it resides.
To achieve this, the Director of Safety & Security along with Security Staff::
Security personnel are trained in: CPR, First Aid and AED; security operations procedures for the particular site, traffic control; report writing; human interaction; and enforcement of the Campus and Student Codes of Conduct. Security Officers do not carry firearms and some officers are also Island Constables who do have arrest powers. Security personnel are responsible for maintaining public order on and off campus. The approach to this responsibility is with professionalism and discretion and with the understanding that service to the campus community is paramount.
Emergency Notification and Communication
The university is committed to the safety and well-being of its faculty, staff, students, and visitors to the campus. In the event of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving the immediate threat to the health or safety of persons on the campus, the university will immediately notify the university community using its internal phone system, electronic display bulletin and other media outlets to advice of the situation, unless notification would otherwise compromise the effort to assist victims or contain the emergency.
The Security Department along with the Campus Emergency Response Team (CERT) will confirm the existence of a significant emergency and make the appropriate notifications to the Police and the university community. Security under the guidance of (CERT) will coordinate the response of emergency responders and other necessary actions during an emergency.
Other Communications Channels that may be used during an emergency include the following:
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Reporting Crimes and Emergencies
Whether it happens to you or you are a witness, you have the responsibility to report a crime. If a crime occurs on or around campus, report it immediately to Safety and Security or the nearest police station. The Royal St. Kitts and Nevis Police force has primary jurisdiction over all crimes occurring on the island of St Kitts and Nevis. Students, faculty and staff also have the option of reporting incidents of crimes anonymously by using the crime Stoppers tip line 1-800 8477 (TIPS) or online at www.crimestoppers.kn
The campus front gate is staffed by security Monday – Sunday on a 24 hours basis including holidays. For emergencies off campus, contact Safety and Security at 465-9049 or 762-1839 EXT 550 ON CAMPUS.
On campus, for non-emergencies, request persons shall contact the campus security at EXT 500. Whenever possible, the actual victim or witness of the crime should call the police directly. Firsthand information is always more accurate and complete. If someone merely gives you information and leaves, please include this information. When notified, Security will dispatch the appropriate security officer or contact, firefighters or paramedics/EMTs to handle the call if necessary.
The Security officers are in constant radio contact with other Security officers who are stationed or roving throughout the community and available to respond to situations as they arise. On receiving information concerning an incident, a security officer or Island Constable will investigate the incident, document the information, and take appropriate action. University Security may work with the Police Force. Criminal cases are adjudicated through St. Kitts and Nevis legal system. Non-criminal matters involving violations of the University’s Students’ Code of Conduct and Ethical matters are handled through the university’s judicial system (Disciplinary Committee).