The mission of the Rollins College campus safety office is to preserve a safe, secure campus environment where diverse social, cultural and academic values are allowed to develop and prosper through a combination of reactive, proactive and educational safety services.
The goal of the Rollins College campus safety office is to be recognized as a national model in the field of campus safety through the selection and development of the highest caliber personnel and by providing innovative safety services.
Rollins College has enjoyed a relatively safe and secure environment throughout its existence. Within this small, liberal arts institution, students, faculty, and staff enjoy daily positive interactions within a tightly-knit community setting. As a service-oriented department of the Vice President and Treasurer, Campus Safety has maintained the goal of serving the needs of the college community and ensuring everyone’s safety, while exerting considerable effort in continuing to build a strong sense of community.
As a relatively small department that is comprised of 24 staff members, we function in essentially 6 roles: Safety Officers, Supervision, Dispatch Personnel, Emergency Management and Planning, R-Card (I.D.) Management, and Administrative Staff. The role of the department is to protect life and property, preserve peace, recover lost/stolen property, perform support services, maintain a sense of community security and confidence, and ensure compliance with all college rules and regulations.
In maintaining our principal aim of service to the college community, our message is one of a team concept. Realizing that ours is a singular but progressive role, we want to communicate that it is important for us to have your understanding, cooperation and assistance in order to better serve you.
Kenneth H. Miller
Assistant Vice President of Public Safety
Professionalism: All Department members will display attitudes, actions and behaviors that result in serving the highest interests of the campus community above their own.
Trust: All office members will conduct themselves in a manner worthy of the confidence of the college community by exercising wisdom, compassion and a commitment to honesty.
Service: As members of a safety service organization, we recognize that we are servants of the college community.
Integrity: All office members are expected to espouse the highest moral standards, always conducting themselves in a manner that is fair, ethical, legal and portrays a sense of duty and honor.