Your safety and security is extremely important to us at Princeton Theological Seminary. The Seminary has very little crime but the potential for it exists. The following information is provided to inform you about the steps you can take to help us ensure a safe and secure campus
Security Operations team is a part of the Facilities Department and consists of a Security Operations Manager, and eight patrol officers. Many of the officers have prior police and/or security experience/training. The Seminary also provides an introductory training program as well as ongoing program of in-service and on-the-job training for patrol officers in the area of patrol procedures, emergency response, CPR, first aid, report writing, etc
Seminary Security is responsible for crime prevention and education, providing access to Seminary buildings and residences when properly requested, monitoring the safety needs of the Seminary community, and, when requested, for escorting students and staff who find it necessary to travel across the campus late in the evening.
Although uniformed and charged by the Seminary with enforcing its policies, security personnel are not commissioned police officers under New Jersey law; they are unarmed and do not have the power of arrest. Under some circumstances, therefore, PTS security maintains a strong partnership with Princeton and West Windsor police departments.
To contact security Dispatch call 609.497.7777, or extension 7777 if calling from a campus phone or activate an campus emergency phone.