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Blue Light Phones

Blue Light Emergency Phones are located throughout the Wells College campus to enhance the level of services Campus Safety provides to the Wells campus community. Blue Light Phones may be used by students, faculty, staff, and visitors to report criminal activity or suspicious incident, report medical emergencies, to request an escort, or to request any other kind of assistance or information.
 
Blue light phones are located in the following areas on campus:
  • AA House (Phone #7) - South door
  • Barler Hall (Phone #6) - South side of building
  • Boathouse (Phone #16) - Outside building entrance
  • Leach House (Phone #9) - Parking Lot - Upper Lot
  • Macmillan Hall (Phone #1) - Rear of building
  • Morgan Hall (Phone #5) - South door
  • Schwartz Athletic Center/Student Union (Phone #8) - Front entrance
  • Smith Hall/Sommer Center (Phone # 4) - North side of building
  • Woods Parking Lot (Phone #2) - Lower lot
  • Zabriskie Hall (Phone #3) - South side of building
 
To make a call from any Blue Light Phone, simply open the cover of the phone box and push the RED call button. You will immediately be connected directly to an on-duty Wells Campus Safety Officer. Tell the officer what box number you are at and what the problem is or what assistance you need.
 
The Blue Light Phones cannot be used to call 911 or other outside numbers.
 
There is also a phone box located outside the front door of the Campus Safety Office that may be used to call the on-duty campus safety officer if the office is locked. To use this phone, open the box, push the call button and dial 3229. Once you are connected with the officer on-duty, tell them you are at Box #10, and what the problem is or what assistance you need.
 
A map showing the locations of the Blue Light Phones is available in the Campus Safety Policies and Preocedures Handouts Section.

NYS Sex Offender Information

   The federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act became effective on October 28, 2002. Under this statute, sex offenders must register with the state where an institution of higher education is located (even if they do not reside in the state) once they become enrolled or work at an institution of higher education. Changes in enrollment or employment status also must be made known to the state. Individuals covered by the act include:
  • An individual enrolled at an institution of higher education in the state on a full-time or part-time basis;
  • An individual that has any sort of full-time or part-time employment at an institution of higher education in the state, with or without compensation, for more than 14 days, or for an aggregate period exceeding 30 days in a calendar year.
   The law requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement agency information provided by a State concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained.
 
How can you learn if a person is listed in the Sex Offender registry?
   Under the New York State Sex Offender Registry Act (SORA) rules have been established regarding the dissemination of information on Sex Offenders. Complete information can be obtained at the SORA website. SORA has four distinct procedures for community notification:
  • Local law enforcement agencies are notified whenever a sex offender moves into their jurisdiction. That agency may notify schools and other "entities with vulnerable populations" about the presence of a Level 2 or Level 3 offender if the offender poses a threat to public safety.
  • SORA established a toll free Information Line (1-800-262-3257) which citizens can call to inquire whether a person is listed in the Registry.
  • The Subdirectory may also be accessed via the Internet here at the  Division of Criminal Justice Service's website
  • The Cayuga County Sheriff's Office has information available on their website about registered sex offenders living in Cayuga County.

Campus Safety Duty Roster
Updated 6/20/2012
2012 Duty Roster-Globe - 6-20-2012.xlsx (.xlsx, 645K)
Timely Warning and Emergency Notification Procedures
   It is the policy of Wells College and the Department of Campus Safety to comply with the "Timely Warning" provisions of the Jeanne Clery Act and the "Emergency Notification" provisions of the Campus Crime Statistics Act by providing the required warnings to the Wells community in an efficient and expedient manner.
   
   The General Order available for download sets forth the Department 's policy and procedures for evaluating incidents and issuing timely warnings and emergency notifications.
GO600 - Timely Warning-Emergency Notification Procedures.pdf (.pdf, 785K)
Privacy Policy Notice
The privacy of personal information is important to Wells College.The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) limits how educational institutions can share nonpublic personal financial information with third parties which are not affiliated with us. GLBA also requires educational institutions to provide notices about their privacy policies and practices. Keeping this information secure is a top priority and we are pleased to share with you our Privacy Policy.
The handout available for downloading contains the full privacy notice.
Privacy Policy Notice.pdf (.pdf, 19K)
Sex Offender Information

Under the laws of the United States Department of Justice and New York State, all Institutions of Higher Education must now notify their campuses on how to obtain or access State Sex Offender Registry Data. The Act known as the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA) requires that all offenders submit and register the name of the Higher Education Institution where they enroll as a student or are an employee. It also requires that this information be promptly made available to law enforcement agencies in the jurisdictions where the Institutions of Higher Education are located. The handout available for downloading details the full sex offender registartion requirements.

Sex Crime Notification.pdf (.pdf, 10K)
Campus Safety Handouts
Wells College Blue Light Phone Map.pdf (.pdf, 386K)
Missing Student Policy and Procedure
   Wells College takes student safety very seriously; therefore it is the policy of Wells College and the Department of Campus Safety to thoroughly investigate, or assist in the investigation of, any reports of missing Wells College students.
 
   The General Order available for download sets forth the Department's procedures for emergency contact designation and response procedures to reports of missing students.
GO425 - Missing Student Procedures.pdf (.pdf, 1207K)
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Vehicle Registration
All faculty, staff, and student vehicles must be registered with the department of campus safety. A parking permit, which must be obtained through the department of campus safety, will serve as a means of identifying those cars which have been properly registered.
 
Parking permits must be current and must be attached on driver's side rear window. Vehicles without parking stickers or temporary permits are not permitted on campus The current fee for student parking is $40.00 for residential student and $20.00 for commuter students. Parking fees may be pro-rated by semester.
 
Changes to Vehicles Registration
If you change vehicles, bring your new state vehicle registration to campus safety to obtain a new permit. There is no charge for a replacement permit. If your license plate number changes, bring your state registration to campus safety so that your records can be updated. There is no fee to change this information.
Faculty-Staff Parking Registration Form on-line.pdf (.pdf, 110K)
This form is for use by Faculty and Staff members to register vehicles they will be parking on campus.
Student Parking Registration Form 2012-2013.pdf (.pdf, 83K)
This is the vehicle registration form that must be used to register your vehicle for the 2012-2013 Academic Year. Please remember, you must purchase a registration sticker each year!
Parking Violations
Campus safety officers are authorized to issue citations for illegal parking, moving violations, failure to display a current parking permit, or any other violation of the vehicle guidelines and regulations. An $80.00 fine will be levied for all infractions. Citations are payable at the office of campus safety within 10 days of receiving the ticket. Fines can only be paid by check-no cash is accepted.
 
Parking Citation Appeals
Parking Appeal Forms are available at the Department of Campus Safety or an on-line version is available below. Written appeals and payment will be accepted until 10 calendar days after the violation occurred. Citations that are not paid will be referred to the College judicial system for disciplinary action as outlined in the Student Conduct Code.
Parking Ticket Appeal on-line.pdf (.pdf, 83K)
You may complete this form on-line and bring the signed copy to the Campus Safety Office. No appeals will be honored after the ten (10) day period has expired.
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Wells College Campus Security and Fire Safety Report

The Campus Security Act requires colleges and universities to publish an annual report every year to document crime and fire safety statistics for the previous three years. The statistics reflect reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Wells College; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus.

Wells College 2015 Security and Fire Safety Report (.pdf, 613K)
Wells College 2011 Security and Fire Safety Report.pdf (.pdf, 292K)
Wells College 2011 Crime Statistics.pdf (.pdf, 88K)
Wells College 2011 Fire Statistics.pdf (.pdf, 25K)
Wells College 2010 Security and Fire Safety Report.pdf (.pdf, 384K)
Wells College 2009 Security and Fire Safety Report (2).pdf (.pdf, 2794K)
Wells College 2016=- Security and Fire Safety Repo.rtf (.rtf, 83040K)
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Daily Crime & Fire Logs

The following information is provided in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Statistics Act [20 USC 1092(f)].

The Department of Campus Safety maintains a daily log listing all reported crimes and fire related incidents. The log lists the date, time reported, time occurred, general location, and disposition, if this information is known at the time the log is created. Certain information may temporarily be withheld to protect a victim or maintain the integrity of an in-progress criminal investigation.

If you have any information regarding these incidents that could be helpful, please call 315-364-3229 to speak to an officer.

The Daily Crime Log is available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Campus Safety Office located in the Bellinzoni Building. The full Crime/Fire Log for the previous month will be posted in the is section of the Campus Safety Globe Page.

Daily Crime-Fire Log-October 2012.pdf (.pdf, 72K)
Daily Crime-Fire Log-November 2012.pdf (.pdf, 93K)
Daily Crime-Fire Log-December 2012.pdf (.pdf, 73K)
Daily Crime-Fire Log-January 2013.pdf (.pdf, 89K)
Wells College DailyCrime - Fire-Log-February 2013.pdf (.pdf, 65K)
Wells College DailyCrime - Fire-Log-March 2013.pdf (.pdf, 54K)
Wells College DailyCrime - Fire-Log-April 2013.pdf (.pdf, 58K)
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Community Policies
The policies shown in this section have been updated to provide for the safety and security of the members of our community. Additional policies are found in the Wells College Community Handbook. If you have specific questions regarding any community policies, you may contact any of the following offices:
  • Dean of Students Office (315-364-3311)
  • Residence Life and Learning Communities (315-364-3313)
  • Department of Campus Safety (315-364-3329)
Wells College Alcohol Policy.pdf (.pdf, 67K)
This document sets forth the Wells College policies pertaining to the possession, consumption, and other alcohol-related issues.
Wells College Drug Policy.pdf (.pdf, 62K)
This document sets forth the Wells College policies pertaining to drug-related issues.
Wells College Fire Safety Policy.pdf (.pdf, 180K)
This document sets forth the Wells College policies pertaining to Fire Safety issues.
Wells College Medical-Mental Health Emergency Policy.pdf (.pdf, 127K)
This document sets forth the Wells College policies pertaining to medical and mental health issues and emergency response procedures.
Wells College Weapons Policy.pdf (.pdf, 89K)
This document sets forth the Wells College policies pertaining firearms and other weapons on campus.
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Campus Fire and Evacuation Drills
   Wells College is committed to providing its students, faculty and staff with a safe environment in which to live, study and work. As part of this commitment, it is the policy of the Department to conducted regular fire and evacuation drills pursuant to federal, state, and local statutes.

   The purpose of conducting fire drills is to familiarize students, faculty, and staff with the closest evacuation points of the buildings they are in at the time a fire alarm sounds, and to ensure the orderly and complete evacuation of campus buildings in the event of an actual emergency and/or the activation of a fire alarm.
Fire Drill and Evacuation Procedures (.pdf, 1002K)
 
Campus Fire Statistics

   The Higher Education Opportunity Act requires that the following statistics must be collected and reported, both in the annual fire safety report and the Department of Education's web-based data collection system, for each on-campus student housing facility.

  • The number of fires and the cause of each fire.
  • The number of deaths realted to the fire.
  • The number of injuries related to the fire that resulted in teatment at a medical facility.
  • The value of property damage realted to the fire.
Wells College 2010 Fire Statistics.pdf (.pdf, 103K)
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