Safety and security services
St. Peter’s College Safety and Security Service Unit is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of individuals, properties, and facilities within the institution. Its primary function is to implement strategies, policies, and measures to prevent, detect, and respond to potential threats, risks, and emergencies.
All students and staff members are required to wear the prescribed school uniform and display their valid school identification (ID) prominently at all times while on campus.
Visitors will be issued a visitor ID card in exchange for their valid identification, which they must wear visibly during their stay on campus.
All individuals, including students, staff, and visitors, must undergo temperature checks at designated entry points.
Health screening measures may be implemented during health emergencies or as per school policy.
All are required to submit their bags for inspection at the designated security checkpoints.
Access to the campus will be restricted to enrolled students, authorized staff, and approved visitors.
Carrying firearms, knives, sharp objects, or any dangerous items on campus is strictly prohibited, except for on-duty police officers in uniform.
For students in possession of any weapon or item that poses a threat to others will result in immediate disciplinary action.
The possession, use, or distribution of illegal drugs, alcoholic beverages, or any controlled substances is strictly prohibited on campus.
Smoking, including the use of traditional tobacco products (e.g., cigarettes, cigars, pipes) and electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes or vaping devices), is strictly prohibited within the school campus premises.
Vehicles should be parked only in these designated areas.
NOT ALLOWED INSIDE
- Spaghetti Straps
- Halter Top
- Plunging Neckline
- Midrift Blouse
- See-Through Blouse
- Tube Top
- Extreme Hair Color
- Piercing Among Male
Regular drills and training sessions will be conducted to prepare the school community for emergencies like fire, earthquake, or lockdown situations.
Fire and Earthquake Safety Orientation and Drill
After the drill concludes, Dean Bahala engages in a post-activity assessment. The participants gather around to share what went well, areas that need improvement, and insights gained from the simulation.
This encapsulates an institution’s commitment to the safety and well-being of its members. The image embodies the proactive spirit of OSAS, under Dean Bahala’s guidance, as they equip the students, faculty, and staff with the knowledge and skills to respond effectively to unforeseen challenges.