Public Safety News from 09/2019

YPD holds two training classes for officers

September 17, 2019

In an ongoing effort to have a highly responsive and progressively trained force, Yale Public Safety offers yearly mandatory training.

Recently, 20 Yale police officers completed Kingian Nonviolence training. This is based on the teachings and philosophy of the late Dr. Martin Luther...

Staff Spotlight – Duane Lovello, director of security

September 16, 2019

Duane Lovello is always calm, extremely polite, and welcoming –no matter the situation. He often walks around campus interacting with his team and the Yale community while pinpointing any safety issues and possible improvements.

He and his team are responsible for managing all Yale...

Public Safety welcomes new and returning students back to campus

September 16, 2019

Summer is over and the students are back on campus. Our police and security officers have been busy welcoming new and returning students as they move in, say good bye to parents, and start the fall semester. Our team provides safety awareness briefings throughout the year – with most occurring...

Tom Madera gives back

September 16, 2019

Yale Public Safety values community policing and public outreach. Many of our police and security officers interact with members of the campus and New Haven communities on a regular basis. And just as many do volunteer work after hours. Tom Madera, security manager, is one of those individuals....

Hiking good for mental health and overall wellness

September 5, 2019

Hiking is becoming a popular way for people to destress and get exercise. Walking in rural areas, with beautiful landscapes, provides many health benefits. Therefore hiking is a great tool for wellness and mental health. This outdoor activity brings individuals closer to nature and helps to...