We want you to feel at home while you are on campus that's why we are committed to creating a safe learning environment that promotes learning. Here are a few of the ways in which we promote safety on campus.
The Saint Francis University Police Department is staffed by fully trained professional law enforcement officers who are available 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. The department's primary role is to create a safe and secure environment by enforcing University
regulations and state and federal laws as well as preventing, detecting, and investigating crimes. Officers work closely with local and state law enforcement agencies to provide the best service to ensure cooperation and assistance when needed by our students, faculty and
Our officers are certified in First Aid, CPR & AED, and receive extensive training including annual Act 120 police training updates. Officers also provide educational programs, seminars, and materials to the University community on topics such as personal safety,
fire safety, abusive relationships, sexual assault awareness, and drug /alcohol issues.
Escort services are available to any student who does not wish to walk alone, especially after dark. These services can be arranged by calling University Police.
All of the entrances to our residence halls are locked and secure 24-hour a day using a swipe card system. Students may enter their residence halls using their Saint Francis ID card.
Crime Information and Crime Statistics are available for dissemination to our students, faculty, staff and visitors at the University Police Department Office. A campus crime log is maintained detailing all reported incidents and is open for review to any person.
Information on crimes that occur on campus is also provided to the Troubadour student newspaper for publication. An annual report of all crimes is compiled and forwarded to the Pennsylvania State Police each January. Members of the State Police forward this information to the FBI
for inclusion in the Uniform Crime Report (UCR). You may
request a copy of the Clery Report by e-mail or
view the SFU Clery Report online.
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