Public Safety Services

Public Safety Services

Public Safety Services

LOST AND FOUND

The Department of Public Safety has a lost and found box at the Security desk in Rossey hall Room 115, 24 hours a day x 7 days a week. Proper identification is required to retrieve the items.

VEHICLE JUMPSTART SERVICES

The Department of Public Safety will provide jumpstarts to vehicles parked on campus property that are experiencing battery trouble. You can use any emergency phone on campus or contact us 201-200-3128 for assistance. Leave the hood to your car open to signify that you are in distress. The Department of Public Safety will make every effort to provide a timely response, but may be limited based on other emergencies.

LOCKSMITH SERVICES

The University Locksmiths are available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The following information will provide procedures to follow for locksmith’s services.

How to Request Keys:

  1. Contact Public Safety at 201-200-3127 for a form.
  2. Fill in the appropriate information (location, number of keys, etc.) All requests must be approved and signed by the respective Director, Department Chair, Dean or Vice President.
  3. The Public Safety supervisor will notify the requestor when the keys are ready to be picked up in Rossey-115 from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
  4. The requestor must sign a Key Agreement stating that he/she will be responsible for the issued key(s).
  5. Key exchanges and duplicating of keys are not permitted.
  6. Only active employees will be issued keys.

Lock Change Requests:

  1. Contact Public Safety at 201-200-3127 for a form. 
  2. Fill in the appropriate information (location, number of keys, etc.) All requests must be approved and signed by the respective Director, Department Chair, Dean or Vice President.
  3. Provide Public Safety with a complete list of the faculty and staff that will need a new key.
  4. Public Safety will review and discuss the lock change request with the requestor, the Department head and other departments that may be affected by the change before completing the task.
  5. All lock change requests are subject to refusal when the change impacts access by maintenance or security personnel

 

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