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Safety Is Your Prerogative. Safety Is Our Priority.

At Medaille, your safety as a student is our primary concern. It is our belief that the opportunity for crime and criminal activity can be removed before it occurs, and it is our ambition to make our campus as crime-free as possible.

Public Safety Officers regularly patrol campus buildings, grounds, parking lots and facilities as well as direct parking and traffic. The Public Safety Office also issues parking permits and student identification to limit the opportunity for unauthorized access to the Medaille campus. The Public Safety Office is also the place to go if you’ve misplaced something as they operate a campus-wide lost-and-found.

Emergencies involving safety or security issues or criminal activity should be reported immediately to the Public Safety Office at (716) 880-2911. The College’s Public Safety Office is located in the white house at 2 Agassiz Circle.

To request a comprehensive security report, contact the Admissions Office, the Student Affairs Office or the Public Safety Office directly. Alternately, a copy of the Campus Crimes Statistics report is available at the US Department of Education website.

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Medaille College Public Safety Team

Debra Kelly, Director of Public Safety

James Hill Jr., Assistant Director of Public Safety

David Rice, Public Safety Supervisor

David Scaffidi,  Public Safety Supervisor

Alyssa Radigan, Administrative Assistant

Samantha Allerton, OSHA Compliance Officer

Public Safety Officers:

Michael Austin

Matthew Czechowski

Marlena Edwards

Patrick Freeman

Mark Genier

Harvey Lyle

Jonathan Nasca

Darryl O’Neil

Conrad Pearson

Ronald Pugh

Willie Ray

Michael Ross

Paul Tatu

Aaron Tubbins

James Upshaw

Ollie Williams

William Young


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2911 on campus
2 Agassiz Circle

Annual Security and Fire Reports

Emergency Management Documents

Emergency Management Plan

Emergency Management Appendices

Emergency Action Guide

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