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Trinity College Campus Safety Parent Directors Meeting. Director Francisco Ortiz April 6, 2013. Our Mission & Vision Statement. Mission Statement

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trinity college campus safety parent directors meeting

Trinity College Campus SafetyParent Directors Meeting

Director Francisco OrtizApril 6, 2013

our mission vision statement
Our Mission & Vision Statement

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Campus Safety Department is to provide effectively a safe, secure environment where members of the Trinity community live, study, and work. Campus Safety, through its efforts to solve problems that impact the community’s safety, also seeks to bridge the gaps and establish harmonious relations between the campus and our neighbors.

Vision Statement

The Campus Safety Department will be committed to providing professional protection services to our college community. These services will be characterized by fairness, compassion, respect, and inclusiveness, and a commitment to protect the dignity of every person with whom we come in contact.

The Department will be known for its community service orientation and will strive to prevent crime through community involvement. Our efforts will foster a safe living, learning and working environment supportive of the College's goal to foster educational excellence.

We will strive for professionalism and integrity by maintaining high ethical and performance standards. We will encourage technological advances, training, and professional skill development to enhance our effectiveness, to generate respect and to provide the maximum safety for our staff.

our values
Our Values
  • Respect: We believe in treating others, as we would like to be treated, honoring individual dignity, and acknowledging and accepting community diversity.
  • Integrity: We subscribe to the highest moral and ethical standards of conduct. By being responsible and accountable for our actions, we will insure that our behavior builds credibility and respect.
  • Trust: We believe that in order to provide effective service we must develop and maintain an atmosphere of mutual trust with our community.
  • Dedication: We believe in committing to our goal of providing a safe living, working, and learning environment to the community of Trinity College.
  • Professionalism: We believe in delivering a level of service that will reflect the pride that we have in our department and our community.
  • Education: We believe in educating our students, faculty, and staff about how to take responsibility for their own safety.
professional image
Professional Image
  • New Uniforms and hats (High Vis)
  • New Badges
  • New SUV’s color white with new logo
  • New Director of Campus Safety
  • New Reporting Structure to Vice President for Finance & Operations and Treasurer
  • New Supervisors Rank Created
  • New Campus Safety Officers Hired
  • Bicycle Patrol Units Established
  • Community Policing Deployment
  • New Uniforms – High Vis Style
  • Increased Training
  • Deployment of Allied Barton
  • Dispatch Area Upgraded
  • Supervisor Officer Space Created
  • Professional Climate
  • Have developed a great working relationship with the Hartford Police Department built on mutual trust and respect.
  • This relationship will be furthered with the HPD occupying 130 New Britain Avenue as the new Trinity/HPD Community Substation.
  • Relationships established with:

University of Hartford

Goodwin College

St. Joseph University

Wesleyan University

Yale University

Southern Connecticut State University

Quinnipiac University

Lincoln Technical Institute

student advisory board
Student Advisory Board

Trinity RAs meet with Campus Safety Director monthly and have been instrumental in shaping the future of TCCS. Students have been on interview panels to select new Campus Safety officers.

surveillance and lighting
Surveillance and Lighting
  • Additional Cameras to achieve a virtual perimeter for Trinity College
  • Additional Emergency Call Boxes
  • Cameras installed in Raether Library
  • Cameras installed in Ferris Athletic Center
  • Upgraded or Replaced Light Bulbs in Exterior Light Fixtures
trinity initiatives
Trinity Initiatives

Crescent Street housing

Vernon Social Center

Trinity House System

Social Policy

future enhancements spring summer 2013
Future Enhancements – Spring/Summer 2013


  • 18 New Blue Phones to be installed
  • 25 Cameras to be installed on Blue Phones
  • 32 Cameras to be Installed at Crescent Street Housing – Phase 1
  • 6 Cameras to be installed at Vernon Social Center


  • Hire New Assistant Director for Campus Safety
  • Hire New Communications Supervisor