At SUNY Morrisville, your safety is the priority of the New York State University Police (UP).
UP officers are police officers who have full law enforcement authority on the campus and adjoining roads. They patrol the campus at all times throughout the year, monitoring 110 buildings located in three different townships of Madison County. They’ll respond to your concerns, from the smallest violation to larger investigations of reported crimes.
UP officers emphasize personal safety and crime prevention and detection and education of the campus community. Each member acts as a resource officer for an assigned residence hall and works with the residence hall staff to promote a safe and secure living environment for the residents.
A “blue light” emergency telephone system is located throughout the campus.
New York State University Police work closely with other student service departments on campus as well as other law enforcement agencies to provide a safe and secure environment in which all community members may continue to grow and learn.
Operation Mo-Watch is an initiative developed by the New York State Police at SUNY Morrisville. It promotes awareness among the student body of the importance of the role they play in preserving the peace on campus, as well as protecting themselves and others, by storing emergency numbers for UP in their personal cell phones in case of an emergency.