Safety First

If there was a shooter on campus, would you know what to do? Learn about Safety and Security at Pace and in the community at important discussions on October 10 in PLV and October 16 in NYC. Plus, stay informed with the Pace Alerts system. >>Read More

The safety and security of all members of the Pace Community are a primary concern of the University. Learn about Pace practices, how to protect yourself, cyber safety, and more at upcoming events on both campuses:

Westchester Campus
Thursday, October 10, 3:25 p.m.4:25 p.m. Butcher Suite

  • Pace Practices—Vinnie Beatty, Executive Director of Safety and Security and Debbie Levesque, Assistant Dean, Residential Life
    Learn more about Safety and Security on the Westchester Campus. Hear about safety and security practices, the campus crime statistics, residence hall safety measures, your role in the neighborhood, and how to be a friendly neighbor.
  • Protect Yourself—Sergeant Romaine of the Mount Pleasant Police Department will discuss personal awareness and safety tips and how to avoid crimes of opportunity.
  • Cyber SafetyChris Bohlk reminds us of the importance of IT security! Learn more about cyber safety and what you need to know about trends that can impact your personal IT security.
  • Shots Fired on Campus Video Active Shooter TrainingAn active shooter video will provide individuals with the critical guidance for survival in an active shooter situation. A local police officer will be on site to debrief and answer any questions.

New York City Campus
Wednesday, October 16, 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m., One Pace Plaza, W-615

  • Pace Practices—Vinnie Beatty, Executive Director of Safety, Richard Abbinanti, Director of Safety and Security, Dean Marijo O’Grady Dean for Students, NYC, and Andrew Patrick Roger-Gordon, Director of Residential Life, NYC
    Learn more about Safety and Security on the New York City Campus. Hear about safety and security practices, the campus crime statistics, residence hall safety measures, your role in the neighborhood, and how to be a friendly neighbor.
  • Protect Yourself—An officer from the NYPD 1st Precinct will discuss personal awareness and safety tips and how to avoid crimes of opportunity.
  • Cyber Safety—Chris Bolk reminds us of the importance of IT security! Learn more about cyber safety and what you need to know about trends that can impact your personal IT security.
  • Shots Fired on Campus Video Active Shooter Training—An active shooter video will provide individuals with the critical guidance for survival in an active shooter situation. A local police officer will be on site to debrief and answer any questions.
RSVP to Bonita Atkinson at batkinson@pace.edu.

AVAILABLE NOW: A training video, demonstrating best ways to respond to an active shooter, is available for viewing here.

PACE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM: Want to be the first to know about an emergency, closings, weather alerts, etc.? Sign up today for up-to-the-minute emergency alerts at https://appsrv.pace.edu/ConnectED/.

Read more about the Safety and Security Awareness Campaign and all of the safety resources the University offers here.