Standing Charge from the Council Bylaws
The Committee on Safety and Security shall advise the president, the director of public safety, and the administrators or directors of specific buildings, offices, or projects on all matters concerning safety and security in the conduct of their operations. Its principal responsibility is to consider and assess means to improve safety and security on the campus.
The Committee shall consist of eight faculty members, two representatives of the Penn Professional Staff Assembly, two representatives of the Weekly-Paid Professional Staff Assembly, three graduate/professional students, and three undergraduate students. The directors of fraternity and sorority affairs, the Penn Women’s Center, special services, transportation and parking or his or her designee, the director of off-campus housing, the director of the African-American Resource Center, the vice provost of university life or his or her designee, and the vice president for public safety shall be non-voting ex officio members of the Committee.
2001-2002 Annual Report