The College Safety Offices are staffed 24/7/365 and offers the following services:
campus safety escort services; personal emergency notifications; weather updates;
issue college identification cards; maintain lost and found; campus fire and safety
inspections; crime prevention and student safety measures; parking permits; fire safety
sporting and special event manpower; on-campus traffic enforcement; and basic first
responder first aid.
SUNY Erie maintains an Emergency Operations Plan that all students, faculty, and staff should familiarize themselves with. This plan outlines essential planning and communication issues for the campus community. The link below will be updated as the plan evolves.
Emergency Operations Plan.
For sexual violence resources, visit the SUNY SAVR website.
Crime Statistics - Clery Reports
The SUNY Erie Community College Safety & Security Report contains information that SUNY Erie provides to its campus community in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act.
SUNY Erie's Campus Safety Department collects crime data from its own records and collaborates with other campus offices and designated Campus Security Authorities. They also gather necessary crime statistics annually from each of the three campuses, in addition to receiving data from local law enforcement agencies. These reports are published locally and, as mandated by law, submitted to the Office of Postsecondary Education on an annual basis.
Information regarding campus crime statistics can be accessed by visiting the College Safety Offices on each campus or by visiting the US Department of Education website. The crime statistics include offenses reported to Campus Safety Offices for the past three years.