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Campus Safety

The Sweet Briar College Department of Campus Safety is responsible for providing for the safety and security of the Sweet Briar community. Located in the basement of Fletcher Hall, Campus Safety provides 24 hour/365 days a year coverage using foot and motor patrol. Any accidents, criminal offenses or security problems need to be reported to Campus Safety immediately.

The Department is staffed with State-certified Campus Safety officers, some of whom are sworn Conservators of the Peace and have arrest authority on College property. Dispatchers for the Campus Safety maintain radio and telephone contact with the officers on patrol, and also monitor emergency alarms.

Any person who needs emergency assistance dial should (434) 381-6111, or if you need to make a report to the Campus Safety  dial (434) 381-6144.  The officers on duty make periodic patrols of the campus on foot and by marked/unmarked patrol vehicles, and are in constant radio contact with a dispatcher.  Campus Safety also processes all parking violation notices and appeals of violations.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Sweet Briar College Department of Campus Safety is to support the overall educational mission of Sweet Briar College by providing a safe, friendly and welcoming environment for students, visitors, faculty and staff to live, learn, work, and play.

Department Values

The Sweet Briar College Department of Campus Safety values the principles of honesty, integrity, honor, fairness, and respect in our interactions with those we serve. We are committed to achieving excellence in our services through community-based, pro-active programs.

Main Entrance to Campus – The main entrance to campus is staffed from 6:00 pm – 6:00 am daily . All vehicles/persons entering campus during this time are required to stop at the Main Gate building. The officer on-duty will greet the individuals and provide information or assistance as needed. Student guests or visitors are documented by the officers. 

 

Perimeter gates are locked at 6 p.m. creating only one access point -the main entrance-by which to drive on campus.