Penn Public Safety
Institute Class VI
Penn Public Safety Institute was developed to introduce the Penn
and West Philadelphia communities to all aspects of the University
of Pennsylvania's Division of Public Safety. This is an interactive
twelve-hour program given in one and one half hour segments on Wednesday
afternoons, beginning at noon (brown bag lunch). There will be eight
clinics beginning on September 25. We invite Penn students, faculty
and staff as well as members of Penn's neighboring communities
to join us at Houston Hall and Irvine Auditorium.
is listed the curriculum for the Penn Public Safety Institute. The
classes will be held on Wednesday afternoons from noon-1:30 p.m.
25: Opening Remarks by Commanders/Orientation/Distribution of
Materials/Scheduling Ride-Alongs, Golkin Room, Houston
Hall, (Vice-President Maureen Rush; Chief of Police Thomas Rambo;
Deputy Chief of Operations Michael Fink).
2: Accountability and Ethics (Chief Rambo) Golkin Room, Houston
9: Criminal Justice System (Deputy Chief of Investigation
William Danks) Fire Arms Training, Golkin Room, Houston Hall,
(Tactical Supervisor Joseph Hasara).
15, 16, 17: 4040 Chestnut Street, Fire Arms Training System
(Tactical Supervisor Hasara) 5:15-7:15 p.m.: Ride-Along/PennComm
16: Special Services/PAL/RAD/Community Relations (Director
of Special Services, Patricia Brennan; Associate Director Maureen
Kelly; Corporal Joseph Fischer; Police Officers Stacey Livingston
and Cooper) G16, Irvine.
23: Security Services/(Director of Security and Technology
Domenic Ceccanecchio; District Manager Sidney Toombs) Golkin Room,
Houston Hall. October 30: Fire & Emergency Services
(Director Ted Bateman and Safety Specialist John Cook) G7, Irvine,
Traffic Safety and Pursuits (Lieutenant Thomas Messner Corporal
6: Question & Answer Session/Graduation Ceremony/Refreshment,
Golkin Room, Houston Hall.
PPSI Enrollment Application and Authorization for Criminal Record
Check must be obtained from the University Police for those interested
in attending the Penn Public Safety Institute. The application
can be found on the web at www.publicsafety.upenn.edu
, or can also be obtained at the University Police Headquarters
building located at 4040 Chestnut Street.
Please call (215) 898-4481 for additional information.
Almanac, Vol. 49, No. 4, September 17, 2002