Protect your everyday     If you see something, say something

We all play a role in keeping our community safe.  Pay attention to those situations when something seems out of place.  For example, when you notice something that shouldn’t be there, or a person whose behavior doesn’t seem quite right. 

Only you know what is supposed to be in your everyday.  If you see something suspicious, say something – contact Cornell University Police at 911 (or 607-255-1111 from a cell phone), or send a tip through the Rave Guardian app.

Take the Challenge to see how well you notice your surroundings. 


CALL 911 for any situation that requires IMMEDIATE police, fire, or medical response to preserve life or property. You can also use any outdoor Blue Light phone (situated throughout campus) or indoor designated emergency phone to report a campus emergency. Just pick up the receiver or press the call button.

The Emergency Action Guide to the right provides instructions on actions to take in emergency situations. Click this Emergency Action Guide link to download a copy to print and keep in a convenient location.

See Something, Say Something, Do Something


cornell alert logo link to sign up portal

CornellALERT is the university’s emergency notification system and is used for situations involving an immediate threat to the health and safety of the community.

You must SIGN UP to receive voice or text messages on your cell phone.

If you have previously signed up then please review and update your information.


Got 2 minutes?  Watch this video to learn how to do Hands Only CPR!