Friday, January 10, 2020

Campus Safety Services Pilot Program to Foster Inclusion

Campus Safety Services (CSS) is pleased to announce a new Engagement and Inclusion Officer (EIO) pilot program that will focus on enhancing its work in the areas of diversity and inclusion across the university community. The pilot is part of an institutional Action Plan on Engagement, Service Excellence and Safety.

The pilot program will be led by Special Constable Devon Reeves. He will start in his new role on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. Devon has been a respected member of the CSS staff for 10 years and has held a number of positions within the department, including Student Safety Patroller, Auxiliary Campus Safety Officer, Campus Safety Officer, Special Constable and Acting Shift Manager.

To advance the goals of the action plan, the program will help identify and foster engagement activities on campus and work with departments and student groups to increase opportunities for CSS staff to engage with community members and student groups. The position will focus on training and recruitment, and will partner with the departments of Equity and Inclusive Communities and Human Resources.

“We are very pleased to launch this pilot, which is a first among Canadian universities,” said CSS Director Brian Billings. “I would like to congratulate Devon on his appointment and we look forward to our continued work with campus partners to enhance our services and engagement with all members of the Carleton community.”

For more information about the EIO program, please visit the Campus Safety Services website.

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