- Address and treat you in a professional manner at all times.
- Listen to you in an open and genuine fashion.
- Be thoughtful in our work; assessing all information, viewpoints, and feelings.
- Promote acceptance and inclusion of all persons.
- Serve as an integral part of the Tribe community.
- Consistently honor the fundamental individual rights afforded to all persons through state and federal mandates.
- Respond to requests beyond the traditional threshold of police duties. This is our role to assist in problem solving as it relates to quality of life issues on campus.
- Be known for "going the extra mile" for our students, faculty and staff.
- Perform our duties with a sincere desire to help. Our community interactions will be empathic, compassionate, patient, non-judgmental, and service-oriented.
- Value diversity and facilitate a culture of inclusiveness.
- Work towards education, prevention and coluntary compliance as preferred options to potential enforcement situations.
- Make ourselves readily available in the community setting.
- Start each day with the thought, "How can I help someone in our community today?"
- Provide effective, thorough and timely responses to community needs.
- Demonstrate a continuing commitment to excellence, professional standards and development, and achieving desired outcomes.
- Exhibit the appearance, enthusiasm, dedication, reliability, timeliness, discipline, and specialized competencies necessary for success in our University police profession.
- Apply thoughtful analysis in our planning, response to calls for service, and problem solving processes.
- Strive to be solution-oriented, innovative, thorough, efficient and effective in our work.
- Be honest, fair, authentic and straightforward.
- Strive to consider all information provided to us and make ethical choices based on the facts and circumstances at hand.
- Be true to our word; a consistent pattern of doing what we say we are going to do.
- May make honest mistakes, but we will acknowledge them, rectify them, and work to avoid them in the future.
- Constantly strive to “do the right thing” in supporting our community and the greater mission of W&M.