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Security Department Services

Campus Patrols: Our contract guard service is on campus 24/365. They can be found in every residence hall and on patrol around the campus. They are always in radio contact with the directors. The guards are licensed by the state of NY, and undergo integrity profiles, drug test, and criminal background check. They also receive pre employment training and recurrent training as required by law. 

Closed Circuit Television: Over 100 state-of-the-art Pelco cameras are posted throughout the campus to survey areas and record events.  The cameras are vandal proof and prominently placed at the entrance of Residence Halls and in the interior.

Campus Escort:  Students walking at night are encouraged to travel in groups and on lighted walkways. If this is not possible, security will supply after-hour escorts on request between campus buildings, and between buildings and the parking lots.  

Electromagnetic Locks:  These locking systems are installed on the rear and side doors of the Residence Halls.  They are integrated into the building’s fire alarm system and, in compliance with NFPA 101, unlock automatically when the fire alarm system is activated to provide emergency egress.

ID and Card Access Systems:  Over 150 card-readers have installed across the campus, allowing your DC-1Card card to serve as a key to Residence Halls, the Sullivan Library and other facilities.   Cards should be kept with you at all times, and must be presented to Security when entering the REsidence halls, or if requested by Public Safety Officials. The cost of a replacement ID card is $15, which can be charged to student accounts. Students are not permitted to borrow or lend ID cards. To obtain an ID card please visit the DC-1Card in Casey Hall.

Mass notification system: Dominican students, faculty and staff can be notified of important campus information through a mass notification system, called e2Campus. The new system allows the school to broadcast a message in the case of a situation that affects the entire campus, such as a weather emergency that closes the school. Participants can be notified on their phones or PDA, by email or through other methods.  It takes only moments to sign up online [Click here] All students are strongly encouraged to register.

Parking: All students who wish to park on campus require parking stickers which can be obtained from the Parking Center in Casey Hall.  Stickers must be displayed on the lower left front windshield. Commuter students should use the lots located behind Casey Hall,  Prusmack Center, or the main lot on Western Highway. Resident vehicles are assigned to the main lot or to the lots behind Guzman Hall  or in front of Hertel Hall. Parking permits, procedures and regulations are available in the Parking Center in Casey Hall, which can be reached at 848-4062.