I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to Colby College and to wish you success with your individual endeavors.

Colby College and its surrounding community offer a quality of life that is widely appreciated and valued by nearly all who live here.  Much of what we value so greatly contrasts sharply with life in the nation’s urban centers.  Because our community is safer than many others, it is all too easy for members of the Colby community to be complacent or careless about their safety and to assume that crime does not occur here.  More...

 

Contact Information
Emergencies:  x 5911
Non-emergencies:  x 5530
Physical Location:  128 Roberts Union
Email:  security@colby.edu

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Crime does exist at Colby.  Members of the College community are rudely awakened to this reality when they find themselves victims.  The comments of these victims are often the same: “I didn’t think things like this happened here!”

The responsibility for crime prevention does not rest solely with the Department of Security; it is shared by you and all the members of the College community.  Your awareness is the most important factor in crime prevention.  The success of prevention depends largely on your following sound security practices and recognizing and immediately reporting suspicious or criminal activity.  We in the Department of Security have prepared this website to assist you in ensuring that your experience at Colby will be happy and safe.

Remember, the potential for crime does exist, but by following the suggestions outlined here you can substantially reduce the possibility of becoming a victim. 

The objective of the Colby College Security Department is to provide a safe and secure environment for the Colby community.  The Department of Security offers a wide variety of services to assist students, faculty, and staff members in their day-to-day living.  The services are widely publicized.  We ask that you familiarize yourself with the contents of this web site and all the services offered by the Department of Security.  The first, and most important step in a successful safety and security program is public awareness.

Pete S. Chenevert
Director of Security

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