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Walking and tours of the campus to review exterior lighting are conducted twice each year by a safety committee composed of students and representatives from Residential Life, Facilities Operations and Management, the Dean of the College office and Safety and Security. Recommendations for improvements are submitted to the appropriate offices for action. The College also routinely surveys shrubbery and trees to ensure clear, unobstructed visibility for students, employees, and guests who walk from building to building.
Thirty-one (31) "Code Blue " emergency telephones with direct contact to Safety and Security have been installed. These telephones can be used to report a criminal incidence, fire, illness, suspicious person or any other type of emergency. They are in the located in the following areas:
|Alumni Gym (near Basketball courts)||Moore Path|
|Boss Tennis Center (in the back)||Morton Hall|
|Brewster Hall||Old Tuck Drive|
|Butterfield Hall||Ripley Hall|
|Cummings Drive (on Tuck Dr)||River Lot|
|Davis Varsity House||Sachem Village #1|
|Dewey Parking Lot||Sachem Village #2|
|Dewey Path||Scully-Fahey Field|
|Garipay Field||Streeter Hall|
|Hitchcock Hall||Topliff Hall|
|Little Hall||Wentworth Hall|
|Maynard (Rope Ferry Lot)||Wilder Hall|
All local pay telephones can be used to reach emergency services by dialing 911: no coin is needed.
Note: The A lot and River Lot phones can also be used for requesting transports.
Last Updated: 6/4/08