The safety of students, faculty, staff, and visitors is paramount at Cabrini University.
The Department of Public Safety protects life and property and encourages a shared responsibility for the protection and safety of the individual and the community.
- Public Safety officers patrol campus 24 hours a day.
Residence halls are locked 24 hours a day, accessed electronically through the University’s ID‑card system, and checked by on-duty staff from Residence Life and Public Safety.
Tips for Students
- Lock your dorm room door at all times.
- Keep your key and ID card with you.
- Engrave all personal property with a unique number known only to you.
- Use the buddy system or call Public Safety at 610.902.8111* for an escort.
- In case of emergency, use the emergency call boxes located throughout campus.
*Please note, calls received without caller ID enabled cannot be connected to the Cabrini Dispatcher.
All members of the Department of Public Safety participate in annual training programs including CPR, first aid, use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED), conflict and crisis resolution, patrol procedures, fire safety, and more.
The Department works with Radnor Township or Pennsylvania State Police as necessary. Public Safety officers neither carry weapons nor have arrest powers, but work with the police when an arrest is warranted.
The cooperation and involvement of all members of the Cabrini community in an overall program of campus safety is a necessary prerequisite for success.
Students and staff who see suspicious-looking or unauthorized visitors on campus should report them at once to Public Safety.
Cabrini’s Emergency Operations Plan provides efficient and effective mobilization and allocation of resources.
In situations that could pose an immediate threat to the community and individuals, Public Safety uses an Emergency Notification System to send text messages and emails to students, staff, and faculty.
Annual Security Report
The Campus Safety Act—known as the Clery Act—provides students and families with information needed to make informed decisions about campus safety.
In accordance with federal guidelines, Cabrini University reports annual statistics of crime on campus
Anti Hazing Report
This report is published in accordance with Act 80 of the 2018 Timothy J. Piazza Antihazing Law, 18 Pa. C.S. § 2808 et seq. A copy of the Cabrini University policy prohibiting hazing, as required under 18 Pa. C.s. § 2808 can be found at Cabrini Community Standards for Student Conduct pg. 6.
Contact the Director of Public Safety at 610.902.8251 for copies of incident or accident reports.