Location: Hollinshead Hall, 1st Floor
Campus Safety - 24 Hour Service
Emergency # 570-945-8989
Campus Safety & Parking
We are committed to the safety and well-being of everyone on campus, as well as protecting the property on our campus. The Keystone College Campus Safety Department works 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to ensure our students, faculty and staff can work, live, and pursue their professional or academic goals in a safe secure environment.
- Building Access
- Campus parking permits
- Student ID cards and reprints
- Walking escorts to buildings and/or vehicles
- Driving escorts under certain medical or emergency conditions
Annual Security & Fire Safety Report (ASFSR)
The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report includes statistics concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Keystone College, and on property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. This report also includes campus safety policies such as campus access, sexual assault, reporting crimes, and more.
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2018 (PDF)
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2017 (PDF)
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2016 (PDF)
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2015 (PDF)
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2014 (PDF)
The Keystone College Department of Campus Safety prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics.
Report of Hazing Violations
Pursuant to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s new Anti-Hazing Law, 18 Pa. C.S.A. § 2801 et seq., Keystone College is required to issue and publicly post a report of all reported hazing violations for the past five (5) years.
In compliance with the reporting mandate set forth in the Pennsylvania Anti-Hazing statute, there have been no reported hazing violations at Keystone College for the preceding five (5) years.
Keystone College will update this report, as required by statute, every six (6) months, on January 1 and August 1, and keep the report publicly available.
Suspected Child Abuse Policies and Procedures
Keystone College strives to protect the well-being of minors visiting campus and/or participating in College-sponsored off-campus programs and is committed to complying with the Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Law. If a person witnesses child abuse or has cause to reasonably suspect that child abuse has occurred, they should utilize the steps in the Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Procedures below, to file a report.
Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Procedures for Visitors
To Report Suspected Child Abuse
Keystone College (the “College”) strives to protect the well-being of minors visiting campus and/or participating in College-sponsored off-campus programs. Further, the College is committed to complying with the Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Law.
To make an initial report, please utilize the steps below, as appropriate:
Imminent Danger Report: If it is suspected that a child is in imminent danger, please immediately call 911 and report the incident. Subsequent to calling 911 please contact the Campus Safety Sergeant or in her absence, the College’s Risk Management Officer, contact information listed below.
Non-Imminent Danger Report: If a person witnesses child abuse or has cause to reasonably suspect that child abuse has occurred, please contact the Campus Safety Sergeant or in her absence, the College’s Risk Management Officer, contact information listed below.
Keystone College Campus Contacts for Reporting Child Abuse:
- Campus Safety – current contact, Sergeant Melissa Lee, phone (570) 945-8077 email: Melissa.Lee@Keystone.edu or
- College’s Risk Management Officer - current contact, Patricia Lione, Senior Director of College Administration, phone 570-945-8361 email: Patricia.Lione@Keystone.edu