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OFFICE OF PUBLIC SAFETY R.A.D.  – RAPE AGGRESSION DEFENSE Risk Reduction / Awareness / Prevention / Defense  THIS IS FOUR DAY CLASS (3 hours each day) AND ALL FOUR DATES ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE COURSE THERE IS NO COST TO YOU FOR ATTENDING  EMPOWERING WOMEN THROUGH SELF-DEFENSE What is R.A.D.? RAD is a national […]

Before Leaving Campus:                                            –When studying at libraries do not leave your laptop or other valuable items unattended, even for a minute.  Work with study partners and keep an eye on each others belongings if someone needs to leave the area.  Campuses usually see a spike in unattended property thefts from libraries at this time of […]

Staying Safe on Campus

Campus crime is not always preventable.  While our campus is a relatively safe place, crimes do happen.  Dangerous incidents such as assaults or robberies can not be predicted, but using common sense and learning how to be proactive about your safety is well worth it.  By being well prepared and aware of your surroundings at […]

PREVENT YOUR LAPTOP FROM BEING STOLEN.  SEE THIS ARTICLE FOR SAFETY  TIPS: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/tech/tec03.shtm

All students who have a car on campus must register their vehicle with Public Safety, and park only in designated student lots.  Public Safety will begin ticketing immediately. Parking rules and regulations remain in effect even when classes are not in session. The RIDE route has been changed to better accommodate students.  Students will no […]

Monday, Sept. 13th at 7:30PM Clark Lounge Wednesday, Sept. 15th at 7:30PM 200 Church Lounge Snacks will be provided! A Panel from WesWELL, Public Safety and the Student Judicial Board will offer answers to students most  frequently asked questions about addressing severe intoxication: What does alcohol poisoning look like? How do I know whether a […]

All students who have a car on campus must register their vehicle with Public Safety, and park only in designated student lots.  Public Safety will begin ticketing immediately. Parking rules and regulations remain in effect even when classes are not in session. The RIDE route has been changed to better accommodate students.  Students will no […]

Monday, Sept. 6th at 7:30PM Fauver Residence Hall Lounge Wednesday, Sept. 8th at 7:30PM Butt B Lounge Monday, Sept. 13th at 7:30PM Clark Lounge Wednesday, Sept. 15th at 7:30PM 200 Church Lounge Snacks will be provided! A Panel from WesWELL, Public Safety and the Student Judicial Board will offer answers to students most  frequently asked […]

Crime prevention is defined as “the anticipation, the recognition and the appraisal of a crime risk and initiation of action to remove or reduce it.”  The first step in crime prevention is to realize that in order to prevent crime or becoming a crime victim, we must accept that crime prevention is a shared responsibility.  […]

According to the U.S. Fire Administration eighty five percent of university housing fire fatalities occurred in off-campus housing from January 2000 to July 2010.  Furthermore, campus fire-watch.com reports that from 2005 to 2007, 23 percent of fires occurred in September and October, which is considered the peak period. Here are a few tips from the […]

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