An officer is available 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Visit the Campus Safety Office at 148 N. College Ave., or call 717-867-6111 or ext. 6111, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. Call 911 in an emergency.
The College complies with all federal, state, and township laws regulating the possession, use, and sale of alcoholic beverages, controlled substances, and weapons. Also prohibited are the possession, distribution, sale or use of narcotics, hallucinogens, and dangerous drugs, and the possession of paraphernalia related to the use of alcohol or illegal drugs.
The Lebanon Valley College Office of Campus Safety staff includes a director, seven full-time officers, and several part-time officers. None of the officers has arrest authority; however, several members have experience from law enforcement careers.
Officers have the authority to ask persons for identification and determine whether individuals have lawful business at Lebanon Valley College. LVC officers have the authority to issue parking tickets, which are billed to financial accounts of students, faculty, and staff.
Officers do not carry firearms but have radios capable of inter-connecting with the telephone system and Lebanon County Emergency Dispatch, Annville-Cleona Fire Division (ACFD), and Annville Township Police Department (ATPD).
College policy prohibits any member of the campus community, including campus safety personnel, from using or carrying firearms, explosives (including firecrackers), or other dangerous articles or substances on campus property.
The Office of Campus Safety cooperates with federal, state, county, and local police authorities. Staff meets on a routine basis with the ATPD and other emergency management agencies to discuss campus and community incidents and share information. If assistance is needed with a major campus incident, the ATPD and/or other law enforcement agencies are asked to assist. All crime statistics are reported as required by law.
Campus safety refers alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct to the vice president of student affairs and dean of students or their designee for adjudication by the College.
The campus community is encouraged to report any crime or safety and security concern to the Office of Campus Safety, 148 North College Avenue, Annville, Pennsylvania 17003 717-867-6111 or ext. 6111.
All emergencies are immediately communicated to the college community through the appropriate college officers. Additional information is made available through resident assistants in the residence halls, email, the website, and social media.
LVC Omnilert App
Lebanon Valley College offers the Omnilert App for students and employees to receive push notifications about emergencies and inclement weather procedures.
- Download the Omnilert app to your device(s) from the App Store or Google Play.
- Look for an email from Lebanon Valley College (email@example.com) and the subject line LVC Alert App. In the email, you will find a personal access code you will need to sign in to the app.
- The app’s Messages feature shows new and previous emergency and weather notifications from the College. These notifications will complement (not replace) the email and text alerts you receive from LVC.
- Use the Tips feature to send tips to campus safety.
- Messages and Tips include a red button at the top of the screen to press and hold for help, connecting you to campus safety immediately. You can also enter 911 as an emergency number to dial first responders directly.
- The Resources section includes links to information for reference.