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Office of the Fire Marshal

Welcome to the Fire Marshal’s Office

The Princeton University Fire Marshal’s office was established in 1996 to protect students, faculty, staff and visitors from the dangers of fires and other hazardous conditions. The Office of the Fire Marshal is responsible for enforcement of the New Jersey Uniform Fire Code and conducting fire inspections of all University owned buildings in accordance with the Code. The Fire Marshal responds to all fires and hazardous material incidents. The Fire Marshal is also responsible for providing leadership in the development and management of a comprehensive fire prevention program that includes: emergency evacuation drills, fire safety education, emergency procedure planning, and fire data analysis. The Office of the Fire Marshal also participates in management of the Princeton Fire Department Associate Membership Program.

For questions please contact:

Fire Marshal Scott Loh (609) 258-7343
Associate Fire Marshal Twylen Hicks (609) 258-9684
Fire Inspector Dianne Borsuk (609) 258-6805

The Fire Marshal’s office is committed to enhancing safety on campus and increasing the community’s sense of security. We work to create partnerships with the community to identify and solve problems that affect the quality of life on campus. We place the needs of the community as our highest priority and value the opportunities to serve.

Campus Fire Safety is important. Each year college and university students experience fire-related emergencies. Princeton University’s Fire Marshal Office provides a number of services and educational opportunities for the Campus Community.

Fire Safety Education is an effective method of reducing the occurrence of fires, loss of life and destruction of property. The Office of the Fire Marshal provides events and activities for Residential Colleges, University Laboratories as well as Administrative and Academic Departments. All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend and participate in fire safety programs and activities throughout the academic year.

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