Campus Safety & Security
Kennebec Valley Community College is committed to providing a safe place for students and staff to work and learn. The administration and staff of the College work closely with the Fairfield Police Department to canvas the campus regularly; the College also works in collaboration with several community resources to implement new programs aimed at increasing student awareness and safety while decreasing criminal incidents.
We hope all KVCC students feel safe and comfortable here. Students and staff may address their concerns directly to the Director of Safety and Security. We believe input and feedback is an integral part of effective policy & practice.
To report an emergency on campus:
Call 911, then 453-5700 (the KVCC Emergency Response Team)
For all Safety & Security non-emergencies:
Please note: this number will also ring the mobile phone of the officer on duty.
The forms provided may be used to report an incident or accident occurring on campus. Complete the form in a timely manner following the event and submit to the Director of Campus Safety & Security at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Incident Form A (Print and complete)
Incident Form B (Fillable form; save and send)
Annual Safety Report
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Kennebec Valley Community College distributes an Annual Security Report to all current faculty, staff and students and notice of availability to prospective students, staff and faculty.
View the full Annual Security Report here, obtain a copy by contacting the Director of Campus Security and Safety at 453-5116, or visit The Campus Safety & Security Data Analysis Cutting Tool.
For an overview of what to do in an emergency, see our Emergency Response Overview.
Emergency Response Team
The Emergency Response Team (ERT) is the responsible entity during a major emergency/incident. The ERT follows the principles of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the incident commander and their appointed designee(s) are responsible for the overall management of the incident, including:
Ensuring that emergency responders have been notified
Coordinating with the responding emergency services personnel
Ensuring appropriate campus-wide communication is initiated
Determining the appropriate course of action based upon the specific emergency/incident
The College ERT is made up of both executive leadership members and key personnel from departments which are integral to the emergency plan, namely information technology and physical plant.
Karen Normandin, Interim President
Kathy Englehart, Academic Dean
Russ Begin, Dean of Finance
Elizabeth Fortin, Dean of Workforce Training
CJ McKenna, Interim Dean of Students
Kevin Casey, Dean of Technology & Chief Security Officer (Chair of the ERT)
Mike Marcoux, Physical Plant Engineer – Fairfield
Phil Newcombe, Physical Plant Engineer – Hinckley
Tim (Tug) McDonald, Safety & Security
Donald Trask, Senior Information System Specialist
Brianne Pushor, Director of Operations & Compliance