Public Safety and Security

Chief Kenneth Green

A Message from Chief Kenneth Green

 


SECURITY IS EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS

Crime on campus can be significantly reduced if each person will take the time to properly secure personal and university property, to mark and record the make, model and serial number of personal possessions; to lock rooms and buildings when leaving; to always lock vehicles and take the keys; to observe and report suspicious persons or activities; and never to leave valuables unattended or unsecured. Cooperation is necessary for the successful prevention of crime. The Department of Public Safety offers a number of crime prevention programs to assist University students, faculty and staff in fighting crime on campus. Questions regarding our Crime Prevention programs should be referred to Director of Public Safety Kenneth Greene.

Tel: 718.368.5069 | Fax: 718.368.5301
Kingsborough Community College


 

Lieutenant Richard Lazarini
Lieutenant Richard Lazarini

Richard Lazarini has been a member of the Cuny’s Department of Public Safety for the last twenty-nine years. Since 1996, he has held the title of Lieutenant/ Assistant Director here at Kingsborough Community College. His responsibilities include assisting the Director of Public Safety in running the daily operations, supervising personnel in their activities, supervising budgetary actions, being the liaison for contractual services and other emergency services. He currently oversees the operation on the evening tours.


Lieutenant Irene Szczesny
Lieutenant Irene Szczesny

Lt. Irene Szczesny has been with the Public Safety Department for 14 years and serves as the
Clery Compliance Coordinator and Support Service Liaison. Lt. Szczesny is responsible for
ensuring that the department complies with Federal, State and City ordinances.


Lieutenant Veronica Rodriguez
Lieutenant Veronica Rodriguez

Veronica Rodriguez has been a member of the CUNY’s Department of Public Safety for over twenty years. She started as a contract officer and has climbed the ranks of command. In 2020, she was promoted to Lieutenant/Assistant Director of Public Safety. Her responsibilities include assisting the Director of Public Safety in running the daily operations, supervising personnel in their day to day activities, conducting investigations and managing the parking team. She is well trained when responding to all medical/life threatening emergencies.


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