The Department of Campus Safety and Transportation is responsible for the protection of both persons and property. Officers patrol the buildings and grounds around the clock and are always available to assist students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The department is also responsible for providing crime awareness education programs, issuing ID cards, and administering and enforcing parking regulations.
The department publishes and distributes crime statistics and security policies annually in compliance with the Campus Crime and Security Awareness Act of 1990. Copies of this publication are available at Campus Safety in the St. Peter’s Building, in Admissions and in Human Resources.
The Franklin Pierce University Department of Campus Safety and Transportation is committed to providing an environment conducive to living, learning and working. Through crime awareness education, proactive patrol, investigations, communications and extensive security and transportation services, the Department strives to enrich and support the University's mission of education for the Individual and Community.
Campus Safety & Transportation Home
Message from the Director
The Franklin Pierce Community
Where & How to Report a Crime
Access to Campus Facilities
University ID Cards
Lock-Outs & Lost Keys
Campus Safety & Maintenance Issues
Authority & Relationship with Other Agencies
Preparation of the Annual Safety Report
Crime Awareness & Prevention Programs
Possession, Use, Sale of Alcohol & Drugs
Drug-free Campus Program
Firearms, Fireworks & Other Weapons
Sexual Assault Policy & Reporting
Clery Crime Reporting
Automobiles & Parking
Snow Emergency Pamphlet