The Department of Campus Safety provides the College with the ability to identify and respond to situations in a timely fashion that will increase a student’s success in the education process. Campus Safety is dedicated to identifying and investigating activity that is against campus policies or federal, state, and local laws. Additionally, the department is committed to keeping open lines of communications within the Landmark College community, the local community, and emergency services. During extreme weather and other emergencies, the College will communicate via an emergency alert system.
We encourage members of the community to share their concerns, comments, and thoughts regarding the safety and security of the Landmark College campus. The Students of Concern & Threat Assessment Team works to ensure that the College is safe and secure for all students, staff, faculty, and visitors.
The Campus Safety Office is located in Davis Hall, Room 001. If the duty officer is not in the office, then you can contact him or her by calling 802-387-6899 from off campus, or x6899 on campus. The duty officer can also be contacted via the campus portable radio system, which is held by any of the Resident Deans, Resident Assistants, or Facilities personnel while they are on duty.
Campus Safety Reports
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act requires institutions of higher education participating in student financial aid programs under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to disclose information about campus safety policies and procedures and to provide statistics concerning certain crimes that occurred on or near campus.
This report is posted by October 1 of each year on the Landmark College website.
Printed copies of this report are available at no charge in the Student Affairs, Campus Safety, and Enrollment Offices and at the Landmark College Library.
2019 Annual Campus Safety & Fire Safety Report **Note: Due to the challenges of the global coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Education has extended the date for institutions to distribute their Annual Security Reports (ASRs) and Annual Fire Safety Reports (AFSRs) to December 31, 2020.
These definitions of the State of Vermont are provided as a requirement of the Campus SaVE Act. For a full list of definitions the College uses in its policy, please see the Student Handbook policy entitled “Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking”
Useful Phone Numbers
AIDS Hotline 800-342-2437
Animal Control (Windham County Sheriff’s Department) 802-365-4942
Brattleboro Community Justice Center 802-257-8611
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital 802-257-0341
Brattleboro Retreat 802-257-7785
Domestic Abuse Hotline 800-228-7395
LIFEWAY Crisis Pregnancy Center 802-254-6734
Planned Parenthood Brattleboro Health Center 802-257-0534
Putney Fire Department (non-emergency) 802-387-4372
Rape Crisis Hotline 800-489-7273
Windham County Court 802-257-2800
Windham County Sheriff’s Department (non-emergency) 802-365-4942
Windham County Victims Advocate 802-257-2860
Women’s Freedom Center 802-257-7364
Vermont Department of Motor Vehicle 802-828-2000
Vermont State Police (non-emergency) 802-722-4600
Please feel free to contact Campus Safety at email@example.com or 802-387-6899.