The University Police Department at the State University of New York,
College at Oneonta was established primarily to maintain and preserve the
peace on campus. It also serves to protect the life and property of all
the individuals who utilize the college facilities including students,
faculty, staff and visitors. The University Police
Department recruit personnel who are
able to relate to and be part of the College community.
In order to do an effective job, the University Police Department also
solicits the aid of all segments of the campus community to help us
protect and serve all campus personnel, physical facilities and property. The University Police Department recognizes its obligation to conduct its activities and treat all persons in a lawful, fair, equitable, and evenhanded manner without regard to race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, political affiliation, or personal interest.
The University Police Department is operated as a basic crime prevention,
service and enforcement unit. University Police is the only 24-hour
department on campus which the campus community can depend for services
at any hour of the day or night. Good service depends on immediate
response to any given situation. While the college sleeps, University
Police is called upon for services which cannot be given by others. The
campus community deserves a law enforcement operation that can
act as a protective and preventive force that can respond intelligently,
swiftly and effectively to any emergency or other situation.