The role of the Security Services Division is to protect and provide for the ongoing safety of the people, property, and information resources of the university community and to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors with a secure environment in which to live, work, study, and play 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The University Security Services Division was established in 1968. Security Services presently consist of a Director, Assistant Manager, Corporal, Officers, Attendants, Administrative Support, and students who provide services in the following areas:
The Security Services Division has the authority to conduct criminal investigations on campus. The Division co-operates with the City of Charlottetown Police in the following areas:
Highway Traffic Act
Liquor Control Act
Criminal Code of Canada
The Charlottetown City Police are responsible for and will act as lead in all other matters, including Controlled Drugs and Substances Act investigations, with assistance from the Security Services Division.