Important Telephone Numbers and Contacts
203-837-9300 University Police Dispatch Center
203-837-9301 Chief of Police Roger Connor
203-837-9302 Lieutenant Richard Montefusco
203-837-9302 Patrol Sergeant
203-837-9304 Chief's Office, Midtown, Ms. Shirley Hatch
203-837-3289 University Police Parking Office, Westside 247D
Important FAX AND Phone Numbers
203-837-9305 University Police Fax - Midtown
203-837-3290 University Police Parking Office Fax, Westside 247D
203-837-9377 School Closing Information (Snow Line)
Chief of Police
The Chief of Police provides overall management of the University Police Department. The Chief is charged with the responsibility to protect persons, property, and civil liberties of members of the university community, their guests and visitors. As the Chief Law Enforcement Officer for the campus, the Chief also insures that all federal, state, and local laws, as well as university policies, procedures, rules and regulations are complied with on the campus.
The police lieutenant is the executive officer for the police department and is responsible for supervising the Police Patrol operation and related security functions on the campus. The lieutenant allocates patrol and investigative duty assignments to unit personnel; schedules police personnel to provide for 24 hour coverage, evaluates staff performance, and reports on, recommends, or takes corrective action as required or necessary.
The police sergeant supervises and assists an assigned staff in the performance of police functions and duties. The sergeant also assigns duties and reviews results for accuracy, effectiveness, and conformance with policy. He or she also supervises, coordinates and conducts investigation, special assignments, and emergency response situations and performs a full range of public enforcement protection, security administrative functions as assigned to subordinate staff.
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The police officer is accountable for protection, safety, and security of individuals and property, with full police powers and responsibility for law enforcement. The police officer may conduct periodic vehicle, bicycle or foot patrols, may respond to emergency situations, may initiate and conduct criminal and other investigations of violations, suspicious activities, or reports of incidents occurring within the jurisdiction, and may process arrested individuals.
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Protective Services Trainees (Police Officers in Training)
We currently have no Protective Services Trainees on staff.
Buildings and Grounds Patrol Officer
The Building and Grounds officer is responsible to the shift supervisor for the coordination of all centralized police communications operations. This includes answering all emergency telephones; answering administrative lines after normal business hours; monitoring all radio traffic and alarms, receiving requests for service and dispatching appropriate field units, and accurately maintaining all records, logs, and reports. Also, Building and Grounds officers may assist police officers conducting routine patrols.
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An Administrator in the Chief’s Office works with budgeting, payroll, accounts payable, departmental correspondence, the records management system and file systems. This person is located on the Midtown campus at the Police Station on Roberts Avenue.
The parking administration section manages the issuance of
student and faculty/staff parking decals, and processes the Parking Citations issued on campus.
Various administrative tasks in the support of the Parking Appeals
Process is also handled by this office. The
parking administration office is housed in the Classroom Building
on the Westside Campus, WS247D.
The University Police Department welcomes constructive comments from the university community.