Safety & Security

Safety and Security

Safety and security is a priority at BCSD. We have a strong personal and professional commitment to providing the BCSD community with an excellent school district safety and security program. Our school district security officers, hall monitors, greeters, student support members, along with excellent support staff, share in that commitment to the safety and security of everyone at Brockport Central School District.  


Our mission is to provide a safe and welcoming environment to enhance the well-being of students, faculty, staff and visitors and protect all school district property. The Safety and Security Department collaborates with local law enforcement and community organizations in fulfilling its mission.
Jeffery Phillips, Director of Security
Jeffery Phillips
Director of Security
(585) 637-1987
[email protected]

District-wide safety measures include, but are not limited to: 
  • Patrol district grounds, as well as response to calls for assistance 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year.
  • Protect persons and property
  • Patrol campus by vehicle and foot
  • CCTV cameras recording 24/7
  • Maximum staffing during evening hours and special events
  • Rapid response to medical emergencies
  • Assistance with minor car problems
  • Enforcement of district parking regulations
  • Investigate all crimes and incidents in conjunction with local law enforcement agencies
  • Coordinates compliance with all health and safety inspections
  • Staff Hall Monitors in all district school buildings for access control and safety patrols
  • Safe School Tip Line
  • Implementing general safety policies and procedures including the District-wide and Building Safety Plans
  • Conducting accident/incident investigations on school property involving health and safety issues

Student Support Team

Our District developed the concept of the student support team as a proactive and creative way to help prevent disruptive behavior in the school, enforce school rules and procedures, mentor students and develop strategies to prevent and/or minimize dangerous situations on campus. It is our expectation that the team will work to build relationships with our students, staff and the community in a positive manner. Our new team members will understand the resources available to them and will have the knowledge to assist and will know where to direct students dependent on the situation. See the presentation below to learn more about the responsibilities and members of this valuable team.

Student Support Partner Intro.pdf

District Visitors

A buzzer/intercom system is in place at the three elementary schools. This system allows us to maintain a high level of security and control building access.

When school is in session, visitors will need to press the buzzer and speak to office personnel through the intercom system to gain access to the building. Once inside the building, visitors should proceed to the main office to sign in, show ID, and have their appointments verified.

District-wide security measures already in place include hall monitors and greeters at the Oliver Middle School and High School, security patrols (24 hours a day/7 days a week), security cameras throughout the District, and a Safety Tipline: 1-877-453-0006 or

As always, you are welcome to visit our schools. If you have any questions or concerns about security you may call Jeff Phillips Director of Security (585) 637-1987.

Student Parking

Student parking permits are issued through the High School Main Office. When submitting the completed application, applicants will need to bring their license and vehicle registration to be copied and kept on file. You may download a parking application by clicking the link below.

Student parking is a privilege at BCSD. It is important that students drivers and their parents understand the rules and regulations that govern this privilege. Noncompliance with this policy and/or violation of applicable laws may result in the revocation of driving privileges on School District property and/or towing of vehicle at the owners expense.

Thank you for your cooperation with this process and have a safe and productive school year!

POD (Point of Dispensing)

The Oliver Middle School is designated as one of the Point of Dispensing (POD) sites in Monroe County. In the event of a public health emergency, the goal is to administer vaccine and/or dispense medication to the entire population of Monroe County within as little as 48 hours.

For more information about Pandemic Flu Preparedness plans, click on the link.


All District employees and community members are entitled to review the District AHERA Plan (Asbestos Hazardous Emergency Relief Act). Please call (585) 637-1887 to make an appointment.

Public Access Defibrillators

Brockport Central School District participates in the PADS program (Public Access Difibrilators) or AEDs. District AEDs are located in the entrance of each building and security car. If you should need an AED, notify security at (585) 370-4193/370-4194 for assistance.

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