The Public Safety Office, located by the third floor lobby of the Vail Center, provides the following support services to the college community:
Campus crime statistics are published annually in the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and are reported to the U.S. Department of Education each fall. Also included in the report is information on safety and prevention programs, as well as policies and procedures relating to alcohol & drugs, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and firearms and other weapons. A copy of the report is provided to new employees, and it is also available on the Public Safety page of the LSC website.
Lyndon State College is committed to ensuring that the campus remains a safe and vibrant learning environment. Safety personnel patrol the entire campus by foot and vehicle 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. To enhance safety on campus, the department also operates a student-escort service upon request. Escorts are radio-dispatched and patrol the campus as a team when not doing the actual escort.
The Department of Public Safety maintains a daily incident report log, which is available for review during regular business hours. Information on campus crime statistics, crime awareness, and safety programs may be found by clicking on the links below.
The department also oversees the College’s emergency management plan. Anyone who would like information about the plan is welcome to contact George Hacking, the director of public safety.
» Voluntary Statement Form
This form is for statements associated with complaints being reported to LSC Public Safety. You must address this statement to the officer investigating the case.
» Lyndon State’s Emergency Alert
It is an instant, mass notification system that enables students, parents, and members of the faculty and staff to receive updates and alerts on cell phones, personal data assistants (PDAs), and email accounts. Our goal is to increase safety on the Lyndon State campus.
All appeals must be completed and returned to the Public Safety Department no later than SEVEN days from the date the Traffic Violation was issue. If you do not file and appeal within the SEVEN day time period, the fine will be billed according to the statement on the Traffic Violation. Once your appeal is received, it will be considered and results emailed to you.
George Hacking, Public Safety
802 626-9770 (Fax)
Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–4 p.m.