Welcome to the New York State University Police Department
The University Police Department is dedicated to providing service in keeping with our focus on Community Policing. We are here 24 hours a day, every day, working to maintain and improve the safety and quality of life within our community.
All after-hours calls to NYS University Police will be received by Madison County 911 Center.
NYS University Police’s administrative office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Officers remain on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
In an emergency, after normal business hours, please dial 911.
For a non-emergency, after normal business hours, please call 315.684.6410 and press 1. This will transfer the call to Madison County 911 Center’s non-emergency number and they will dispatch a police officer as soon as possible.
The non-emergency number is also available for any needed safety escort.
Student residents who are locked out of their buildings or rooms should contact the appropriate Residence Assistants (RA) or Residence Hall Directors (RD).
Residents who require rides, such as from a medical center back to campus, should contact MAC Transportation at 315.684.6097.
Temporary parking passes for students, faculty, staff, guests and visitors are available through NYS University Police’s administrative office Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For maintenance issues, after normal business hours, please call Physical Plant Maintenance Operations Center (MOC) at 315.684.6065 or Central Heating Plant at 315.684.6074.
The Mission of the New York State University Police
- To provide quality law enforcement services to the campus community;
- To maintain a high standard of personal and professional ethics and constitutional rights;
- To incorporate law enforcement personnel as part of the educational process in the campus community;
- To embrace the importance of consultation, teamwork, and open discussion with constituencies on law enforcement and related safety matter; and
- To appreciate and value diversity on campus.