become a victim, or to report emergencies. . .
- Report the incident
as soon as possible
- If you saw who did
it, note a description of the person, automobile,
which way they went, etc.
- When phoning the
police, try to remain calm.
- Tell us where you
are and wait there until an officer arrives.
Do not hang up the phone.
Department has established and actively participates
in programs that serve to raise the level of
safety awareness of the University community.
These programs are provided annually and/or quarterly
Aggression Defense Training R.A.D.
Advisors Training Programs
and Drug Abuse
Area and Parking Lot Lighting Surveys
Capability from all University phones
Telephones at various campus locations
Oriented Policing Program
- Thefts occur everywhere…
even on campuses. Watch your property and be observant of persons around
you, especially when studying in libraries and when in the cafeteria.
- Lock your vehicle…
don't leave valuables inside and in plain sight.
- Avoid walking alone…
especially during late hours.
- Report suspicious
such as persons loitering in parking areas and unoccupied areas.
- Don't assist strangers…
call the Police. if someone needs help. We will be glad to help them.
- Park legally and
Citations are issued to those who do not comply with campus regulations
and traffic laws. We are concerned for your safety, not the number
of citations we write.