CHRIST (Deemed to be University)
Christ University Road, 30 Valor Court
At Post: Dasve Lavasa,
Pune 412112, Maharashtra.
Ph.No : 1800-123-2009, Fax No : 1800-123-2009
Email : email@example.com
The Christ (Deemed to be University), Lavasa, community has always been characterized by it’s consistent concern for the welfare of our students, faculty, staff and friends who contribute so much to campus life. The first step to bringing peace and safety to the wider world begins here at home.
Our team of dedicated security staff ensure that they create a safe and secure environment for students and employees alike.
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The Department of Campus Safety is responsible for the safety and security of all members of the Iona community. Our goal is to maintain a campus atmosphere that is conducive to achieving the Christ (Deemed to Be) University, Lavasa, Mission Statement.
Our staff is encouraged to take a pro-active approach to security by maintaining positive interactions with our community on a daily basis. The purpose of this philosophy is to improve the overall safety of our campus through increased involvement of all members of the Iona community in security.
The Department of Campus Safety has many duties and responsibilities while servicing the Iona College community. The Department is comprised of administrators, supervisors, and staff personnel that are all Christ (Deemed to Be) University, Lavasa, employees.
The security officers perform their functions with various methods of patrol:
Their daily performances include, but are not limited to: Investigation and documentation of incidents occurring on campus, patrol and inspection of all college buildings and facilities, enforcement of traffic and parking regulations as detailed below, assignment to resident halls, transportation of students with medical needs, report hazardous conditions and unusual occurrences, and any other activities assigned by the tour supervisor or administrator.
Most people are preoccupied with the details of planning and shopping. Unfortunately, the safety precautions we normally take can be forgotten. We remind you to follow these simple tips:
Parking : Parking policy
Procedures have been adopted by the College to ensure the safety and convenience of all persons on campus. They apply to all full-time and part-time students, faculty, administrators, staff and visitors using the facilities of the College
Every member of the College community is required to have his identification card VALIDATED at the beginning of each semester. Each student is required to present a validated ID card at the request of any authorized official of the College. Failure to present this card is a violation of the College Code of Conduct. It must also be displayed at registration, examinations, obtaining parking permits, and for use of college facilities. The card is non-transferable.
All vehicles parked on campus must display a valid College parking permit and park in a legal space.
Parking permits are non-transferable. A parking permit does not guarantee a convenient parking space and fines are levied on those students who violate Campus Parking and Traffic Regulations. Students must pay all outstanding parking fines in order to register for classes, request transcripts, or be eligible to graduate. You are required to provide your school ID card and a copy of your vehicle registration in order to obtain your parking permit.