- Public Safety Customer Service Survey
The Office of Institutional Research & Assessment is conducting the PUBLIC SAFETY CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SURVEY.
- Email Scam Alert
Recently students have been targeted by email scams/fraud centering on employment "opportunities." Primarily emails and job postings from Ernst & Young Management Consulting Services should not be responded to and should be reported to the York College Office of Career Services.
- Put a Freeze on Winter Fires: Electrical Fire Safety
The following is a York College Public Safety Awareness Notification. Fire Safety tips for home and the workplace. Brought to you in part by the "U.S. Fire Administration"
- Safe Passage Program/Up-Till Midnight
Please be advised that the Public Safety Office is implementing a “Safe Passage Initiative” during the “Up-Till-Midnight Program,” to ensure the safe arrival of members of the campus community to the Archer Ave/Parsons Blvd. Subway station after their evening classes and late night study sessions.
- South Parking Lot Closure
In accordance with college guidelines on Friday, May 23, 2014 the South Parking Lot located on Guy Brewer Blvd between Liberty Ave and South Road will be closed as classes have concluded for the Spring 2014 semester. The South Parking lot will be opened on particular days during the week for special events being held at the college when additional parking may be necessary.
- Citywide Carjacking Alert
Please be on Alert...There have been 7 carjacking incidents in the month of May involving high end vehicles including but not limited to Mercedes, BMW and Range Rover etc.
- Notification Bulletin - Electronic Items Security
- Notice from VP Ronald Thomas
Several weeks ago Chief Tyrone Forte announced his intention to leave York College to accept the position of Director of Public Safety at Kingsborough Community College. Chief Forte joined the York College Public Safety Department in 1997 and moved through the ranks to become Director of Public Safety in 2008.
- Smartphone/Cell Phone & Electronic Items (iPods; iPads) Thefts
According to area trends over the past three years SMARTPHONE and ELECTRONIC DEVICES theft begin to rise around this time of year when the weather gets warmer.