Regulations and Rules
The Division of Environmental Health and Public Safety is responsible for the coordination, approval, and management of campus-wide electronic security systems installed for the purpose of protecting the safety and property of the university. Security Applications and Technologies (SAT) is part of this division. SAT works along with Environmental Health and Public Safety to ensure that all aspects of campus-wide electronic security management systems (SMS) are functional and compatible with existing standardized infrastructure.
The following directives establish general requirements for all university colleges and departments relating to the purchase, installation, and operation of electronic security.
This regulation establishes general requirements for all university colleges, departments, and units relating to the purchase, installation, and operation of electronic security.
This regulation and supporting rules define responsibilities for installation, maintenance, distribution and operation of building locking systems and associated components.
This emergency notification and crisis communications regulation serves as an additional component of the university’s Emergency Operations Plan.
To ensure designated emergency phones are functional and updated according to the Electronic Security Management regulation, this rule establishes guidelines for all university colleges and departments relating to the request, installation, and maintenance of designated emergency phones.
This rule establishes guidelines relating to the purchase, installation, and operation of intrusion and panic alarms. The purpose is to ensure alarm systems are functional and compatible with existing monitoring equipment.
The purpose of this rule is to regulate the use of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in public areas for the purposes of safety and security. This rule applies to the use of CCTV for surveillance purposes, and it applies to all personnel, colleges, and departments of the university.