Thanks to our dedicated public safety team, Endicott's campus community is as safe as it is beautiful.
On behalf of the men and women of Public Safety, I welcome this opportunity to share valuable information on the programs and services our department offers to the Endicott community.
Our mission is to provide a safe and secure environment for the students, faculty, staff, and guests of the College. Maintaining a safe campus is a responsibility that is shared by the entire community, which is why we embrace the College-wide initiative called "I see, I speak, I pledge." Working together, we can foster living and learning environments where all of us can thrive.
Charles J. Femino
Chief of Police
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
Comprised 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. Police officers are also commissioned as Deputy Sheriffs thus expanding their police authority throughout Essex County.
Public Safety Division
Comprised of non-sworn Public 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.
Emergency Alerts and Communications
In the event of a campus emergency or school closing due to inclement weather, alerts are sent to registered users of the alert system via SMS or email. Alerts are also broadcast across campus on digital signage and through desktop alerts.
Public Safety offers a wide array of services and training to the campus community, including safe transportation access and self-defense training.
Learn about vehicle policies and how to obtain a parking decal. Get contact information for the parking and traffic office.
We encourage you to speak up if you or someone you know is is involved in an incident- either on or off campus. There are several ways to anonymously report an incident.
Public Safety Statistics
Learn about our crime reporting policies and procedures, view the annual Security and Fire Safety Report, and explore our campus safety initiatives.