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Public Safety

The Mission of the Endicott College Public Safety Department is to support the College’s core mission by providing a safe and secure educational environment for all students, faculty, staff, administrators, visitors and guests.

About the Department

The Endicott Public Safety Department is comprised of both sworn and non-sworn personnel and led by the Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police. The Public Safety Department includes

Campus Police Division

Campus PoliceComprised of sworn police officers who have attended a Massachusetts state certified police academy or its equivalent as well as attending annual in-service training programs. Upon completion of a police academy, Endicott College police officers have full law enforcement and arrest authority as special state police officers under Massachusetts General Law Chapter 22c section 63, in or upon the lands and structures owned, used, or occupied by the College.

Campus Safety Division

Campus SafetyComprised of non-sworn Campus Safety officers, who are patrol officers that do not have sworn police powers but are an essential part of the department. These officers are also empowered by the College to uphold college policy and by-laws. Campus Safety officers may also assist in the investigation of criminal matters as needed.

In addition, all officers are trained as first responders, and some are emergency medical technicians. Annual in-service training is provided to all officers, and they are frequently assigned to specialized training programs to enhance their professional development.

Civilian Staff

Endicott Public Safety Department's civilian staff includes administrators, dispatchers, and student workers.

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (Notice of Availability)

The Public Safety Department at Endicott provides an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes and fire alarms that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Endicott, and on public property within – or immediately adjacent to and accessible from – the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security such as policies regarding sexual assault, fire safety systems in each residence hall, and other matters.

You can obtain a paper copy of the report by contacting the Public Safety Department or electronically by visiting

Thank you for caring about the Endicott College community!

Charles J. Femino
Chief of Police 
and Director of Public Safety
Captain Kerry Ramsdell
Assistant Director

Officer Kimberlee D'Orazio
Parking & Traffic Office

Bryan Karsis
Office Manager

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