Campus Safety

The Campus Safety Offices provide officers and staff to insure the safety and well being of our students and staff at all campuses. We also provide for the security of buildings, grounds, and equipment. We operate 24/7 year round. We maintain a campus safety dispatch center and are supported by other law enforcement agencies. 

Campus Safety offices provide the following services:

  • Escort to vehicles
  • ID cards for students and staff
  • Parking passes for students
  • Lost & Found
  • Crime prevention & student safety awareness training
  • On-campus traffic enforcement
  • Basic First-Aid response
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 Campus Safety Report contains information and crime data compiled from Campus Safety, other Law Enforcement agencies, and other college departments. The information is reported annually to the US Department of Education as mandated by the Jeanne Clery Act. It can be accessed through the links below.

SUNY Erie Annual Safety and Security Report  - Clery - 2023

SUNY Erie Annual Safety and Security Report  - Clery - 2022 

SUNY Erie Annual Safety and Security Report  - Clery - 2021

Information regarding campus crime statistics can also be accessed by visiting the US Department of Education website


NYS Sex Offender Registration Act

Under the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, SUNY Erie Community College is required to advise the campus community of where to find information about convicted sex offenders enrolled at the college.  When SUNY Erie receives notification from the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services that a registered level 2 or level 3 sex offender is enrolled or employed at the school, the College will update this website accordingly to notify the campus community 

Spring 2024 - At this time, the SUNY Erie Community College Campus Safety is aware of one (1) Level 2 Registered Sex Offender who is currently enrolled at Erie Community College.

The College does not independently verify registration information; thus, be cautioned that the information provided on this webpage is reported to the school.  While the College attempts to include only accurate and complete information, please note that the information reported here is reflective of that provided by the DCJS.  The College makes no express or implied guarantee concerning the accuracy of this data.

For further details please contact Campus Safety at 716-270-6600. Information about registered sex offenders can be found on the New York State Sex Offender Registry at: 

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via the Erie County Sheriff’s Office at:

For more information:
College Safety, City Campus
Room 102
(716) 270-6600

College Safety, North Campus
Room S115
(716) 270-6600

College Safety, South Campus
Room 5223E
(716) 270-6600