Security and Fire Safety Annual Information Report

A Message from the Director of Public Safety

Regis College represents a major metropolitan suburban university campus and thereby is an integral part of the surrounding area in which it is located. The students, faculty and staff play a vital role in helping shape the character of the community.

Metropolitan Boston presents unlimited opportunities to experience the advantages of life in a world class metropolitan area;, however, each one of us must keep in mind that the potential for crime is ever present. It is because of this potential of criminal activity that all of us must assume a personal responsibility and maintain an ever present vigil of our surroundings, both on and off campus. The taking of those necessary precautions is a direction that all of us must follow to prevent ourselves from becoming a potential victim.

The men and women of the Regis College Police Department are dedicated to the principles of Community Policing, as well as to the goal of maintaining the Regis Campus as a safe and pleasant place in which to live, and work, both as an academician and as an athlete. A truly safe campus can only be achieved through the cooperation of all students, faculty and staff.

The information provided in this pamphlet is designed to inform, advise and alert the campus community of the current programs, policies and procedures related to crime prevention, crime awareness, and crime reporting at Regis College.

Francis M. Bielawski
Director of Public Safety

This information is being provided to you as part of Regis College’s commitment to safety and security on campus and is in compliance with the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

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Contact Information

Campus Police
College Hall, Room 102

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