Contact Information: Phone:
(302) 477-2200 Fax:
(302) 477-2201Chief of Campus Safety:
Kevin J. Raport, email@example.comPhone:
Fax: (302) 477-2201 Campus Security and Fire Safety Report
The information on this website is provided in compliance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Additional information about the University's security policies and procedures and crime statistics for the three most recent calendar years can be found at http://www.widener.edu/about/widener_leadership/administrative/campus_safety/annual_security_fire-safety_report/default.aspx
Located in the lobby of the Concord Residence Hall, the Campus Safety Department provides 24 hours a day, 7 days a week service and protection. The telephone number for emergency calls is x 2200
while on campus and 302-477-2200
from an off campus phone line. The department utilizes foot, bicycle, and vehicular patrol to ensure highly visible coverage of the campus.
The Campus Safety Department enjoys an excellent working relationship with the Delaware State Police, which has primary police jurisdiction for the Delaware Campus. All matters brought to the Campus Safety Department's attention are investigated to determine appropriate action, and victims of possible crimes are offered the opportunity to report the incident to the state police. In the event of a crime involving violence, major property loss, or a felony, the department automatically contacts the state police. Safety Personnel
Safety personnel are identified under the Delaware Code as proprietary agents of the university whose authority is limited to the immediate and adjacent vicinity of university property. Campus Safety officers do not carry weapons. Widener safety officers in Delaware do not have the power to arrest. In addition to the Director and Chief, 20 full-time safety officers, including on-duty shift supervisors, comprise the authorized force.
Under the supervision of the Chief of Campus Safety, officers are provided in-house training in basic criminal laws and procedures. Additionally, all receive on-the-job and in-service training and instruction in first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automatic external defibrillation (AED).