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Our Mission:

University Police strives to establish a social and physical environment wherein people on the campus may be free from fear and, thereby, contribute to the quality and excellence of The Pennsylvania State University.

Clery Act - Keeping Penn State Informed

A New Campus Police Entity

Established 1 July 2010

Protect and Serve, Creating a Safe Learning Environment

 

The office of University Police is located in:  

The Business Service House

31 North 6th Street

DuBois, PA 15801

Contact Information:

For Emergencies, Dial 911

Non-Emergencies please call: Penn State DuBois Police Services: (814) 375-4734 or (814) 375-4710 or County 911 Police Dispatch Center 1-(800) 689-3535 or (814) 765-9911, 9912, 9922

Officer John, outside of the MPB, giving the PSU Lion a traffic ticket for riding his motorcycle on the sidewalk.

 

At DuBois Campus, office buildings are open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and academic buildings generally are open from 7:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.  These facilities are intended for use by students, employees, and guests of the University.  Access to an individual classroom, of course, is limited to those enrolled in the courses meeting there.  Likewise, access to most programs is limited to those enrolled in the program.

To make it as convenient as possible for students, employees, and guests to report criminal or other unusual incidents, all phones are programmed for direct calls to County Control Emergency Serivces. 

University facilities are well-maintained and their security given consistent attention in the interest of students, staff and faculty.  Landscaping and outdoor lighting on campus are designed for security, with the attempt to provide pedestrians peace of mind.  Sidewalks are designed to provide well-traveled, lighted routes from parking areas to buildings and from building to building.  Grounds-keeping personnel trim shrubs from sidewalks, walkways, and building entrances to provide a well-lighted route to buildings.  All campus walkways are inspected at least twice a year to ensure adequate lighting.  Burned-out lights are replaced promptly.

As needs are identified, new sidewalks are installed.  New street lights and pedestrian walkway lights are added as new parking areas and walkways are developed or as roadways are changed and playing fields are relocated.

 

Hiller Building Area