Syracuse University - Public Safety

  • Agency: Syracuse University - Public Safety
  • Address: 005 Sims Hall, 130 College Pl, Syracuse, 13244 NY
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Phone: 315-443-2224
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Syracuse University - Public Safety is located at 005 Sims Hall, 130 College Pl, Syracuse, 13244 NY. The Syracuse University - Public Safety phone number is 315-443-2224.

Syracuse University - Public Safety News

Happy #MeetUsMonday! James Hill is a detective for DPS. He’s worked with public safety for 20 years. His favorite part of the job? “I try to educate students as far as safety and security,” he said. In his spare time, James likes to keep up with his fantasy football team!

Happy #MeetUsMonday! Linda Koser-Martin is a coordinator in the Emergency Communications Center. “I help oversee the dispatch center for the Department of Public Safety,” she said. “We’re the ones that are here answering the phone after five o’clock at night. It’s all about just keeping the campus community safe.” In her spare time, Linda likes to crochet and cook. She also loves to spend time with her 20-month-old grandson. Last week, she made him a porcupine costume for his first Halloween!

This afternoon we had the honor to join the five cyclists from #CycleToSyracuse in the last mile of their 3,238 mile journey from Lockerbie, Scotland to Syracuse University in honor of the victims of Pan Am 103.

This afternoon we had the honor to join the five cyclists from #CycleToSyracuse in the last mile of their 3,238 mile journey from Lockerbie, Scotland to Syracuse University in honor of the victims of Pan Am 103.

Orange Alert: This is a test of S U ORANGE ALERT. This is only a test. There is no need to respond to this message.

Happy Halloween, #SyracuseU! Whether you're dressing up or staying in, enjoy a safe and happy holiday by practicing these holiday safety tips: http://ow.ly/Xm0050jx0e1.

Please be advised that we will be conducting a full test of the Orange alert system tomorrow morning at 9:30 a.m. Click on the link in our profile to learn more. #SyracuseDPS #SyracuseU

We’re in the Schine today until 2 p.m. for the University’s Benefit Fair! Stop and say hello!

Please be advised that we will be conducting a test of the Orange Alert system this Thursday, Nov. 1 at 9:30 a.m.

Happy #MeetUsMonday! Brian Tarolli is a fire and life safety inspector supervisor. “My main responsibilities are fire and life safety in the resident halls. I’m in the residence halls pretty much every day,” he said. “My job is to keep students safe.” In his spare time, Brian likes to spend time playing soccer with his eight- and nine-year-old. His family is involved in organizations supporting autism awareness, and he’s a huge St. Louis cardinals fan!

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Happy #MeetUsMonday! Kathleen Pabis is the patrol commander for DPS. She’s worked for the department for 30 years “I try to make sure that the officers are getting out into the community. It’s not just answering calls for service; it’s getting to know the student and them us. It’s building the relationship, building the trust,” she said. “When you’ve got law enforcement in the community, you’ve got to work together.” In her spare time, Kathleen loves spending time with her two kids, planning her daughter’s wedding and playing with her grand-dog, Sophie!

It's National Crime Prevention Month, Syracuse! One simple way to keep your property safe is to lock your bike with a U-Bolt lock at any bike rack on campus. U-Bolts are secure and easy to use. Check out this video for a demonstration: http://ow.ly/Cnnq50jpTpF.

"Cut-Loose" Ceremony: Dispatcher Spink was recently honored for his completion of the Public Safety Telecommunications training by Chief Bobby Maldonado. During this training, Dispatcher Spink completed 12 weeks of intense dispatch training including classroom and on-the-job training. Congratulations, Aaron! #SyracuseDPS

Happy #MeetUsMonday! John Romano is a patrol officer. “Building rapport with students helps us do our jobs, especially in a time of conflict. And it makes the students feel more comfortable, knowing that they can trust us,” he said. “You see them grow from freshmen up to seniors.” In his spare time, John likes to spend time outside hunting and camping with his two sons!

We had our final challenge coin ceremony this evening for Officers Zaccari (left) and Bennett (right) who have also recently completed their field training! Officer Welling is pictured in the center with our two new Officers. #SyracuseDPS

Congratulations to Officer Pearson (left) who completed his field training and received his challenge coin this evening!! Pictured with Officer Pearson is Peace Officer Academy Director, Dan Lebron. #SyracuseDPS

Congratulations to Officers (left to right) Dishaw, Branch, Ramirez & Alvarez who have completed their field training and received their challenge coins this evening!! #SyracuseDPS

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