To provide safety, security, essential services, and other personalized assistance to the Hobart and William Smith Community in a manner that exceeds expectations.
We are dedicated to the vision of service and putting people first. Students, parents, faculty, staff, visitors and members of the Geneva community are our priority. We will always make ourselves available to serve their needs, to go above and beyond and to exceed expectations.
We value the differences in people as individuals and the richness that diversity brings to our institution. At all times we will display an attitude of respect for, and the protection of, the dignity, worth and rights of all we serve. We will maintain a work environment grounded in respect, support, acceptance and personal accountability.
We will actively strive to respond to all situations and all persons in a fair, unbiased, open-minded and objective manner. We shall maintain an atmosphere of openness and transparency as our responsibility and commitment to the campus community.
We value the trust placed in our organization and its members by our campus community. We will earn that trust by being responsible for our actions, willing to acknowledge our mistakes and recognizing them as opportunities to learn, grow and improve. We will demonstrate integrity by maintaining a sound moral compass and engaging in ethical practices in our interactions with all persons.
We take pride in being members of the Hobart and William Smith community and the Office of Campus Safety. We demonstrate this pride by exhibiting a unified and professional presence in our community. We understand that working in a cooperative and collaborative way with all segments of the campus community enhances our efficiency and our ability to deliver the highest quality campus safety services.
On campus: 3333
Off campus: 911
Campus Safety is located off Pulteney Street in the Campus Services building in the northeast corner of the Medbery parking lot. Campus Safety is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week all year.
For convenience in transportation, students and parents can take advantage of the County Area Transit System of Ontario County for transportation services.
The Office of Campus Safety maintains a safe, secure environment conducive to the educational, professional and personal growth of all members of the campus community.
Living Safely describes Hobart and William Smith policies and procedures in the areas of crime reporting and prevention. The publication also contains campus crime statistics data and suggests some behaviors and precautions that are effective in helping individuals protect themselves and their property. This report is provided in compliance with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, its subsequent 1998 amendments, which renamed it the Jeanne Clery Act, and in accordance with Article 129-A of the NYS Education Law.
The HWS Advisory Committee on Campus Safety will provide upon request all campus crime statistics as reported to the United States Department of Education. To access this information, click here or, contact Martin Corbett, Director of Campus Safety at 315-781-3000. Additionally, the United States Department of Education's web site for campus crime statistics is located here.