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NARCAN Training for Campus Safety Personnel

By campussafety on December 6, 2017

On December 6th, Campus Safety staff completed the New York State Department of Health opioid overdose initiative training through the McPike Treatment Center in Utica.  Campus Safety Officers are now trained in providing emergency care using Narcan nasal spray for opioid overdose victims.


Campus Safety Building Renovations

By mwilliams on December 4, 2017

The Campus Safety Department excitedly announces the completion of building renovations designed to better serve our campus customers!  Facility upgrades include a new reception area for administrative services, dedicated dispatcher center, patrol officers work space, and short-term visitor parking.  An Open House will be held in January to give tours of the renovated spaces and related customer-oriented business process improvements.


Advanced Confined Space Training

By mwilliams on November 1, 2017

Campus Safety partnered with the Colgate University Facilities and EHS Departments for advanced Confined Space Rescue Technician Training conducted by New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control.


Campus Safety / EHS Rapid Response to Suspicious Package Report

By campussafety on October 23, 2017

On October 23, there was a suspicious package reported at Hascall Hall.  Dan Gough, AVP of Campus Safety talked with Sarah Anderson of the Maroon News about the event. Read the full article here Hascall Hall Closed


Dan Gough talks Maroon News

By campussafety on October 19, 2017

Dan Gough, Colgate’s former AVP of Campus Safety / EHS /  Emergency Management, has returned to Colgate this year and is ushering in changes and improvements to Colgate’s emergency response system and Campus Safety protocols. To read more about this article press here Campus Safety


Campus Safety Staff Receive SANE Program Training

By campussafety on September 12, 2017

On September 12th, Campus Safety staff attended Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program training.  The SANE Program was launched this year in collaboration with Madison County’s Liberty Resource / Help Restore Hope Center and Community Memorial Hospital.  The availability of a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner is one additional resource in Colgate comprehensive sexual assault education, prevention, and response program.

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