Campus Safety: Crime Prevention
An assigned crime prevention officer is available to with individuals and groups in designing programs and presentations and acting as a resource and referral source for general or specific crime prevention needs. The following list reflects some of the activity and ongoing efforts currently in place. Your ideas and suggestions are welcomed.
Campus Safety Staff are available to meet with you.
- Handout brochures on : personal safety, vehicle theft prevention, carjacking, sexual assault prevention, burglary and theft prevention, etc.
- Video films on theft, rape, assault, campus crime, etc. are available to borrow or to be shown in conjunction with a presentation.
- Operation I.D. engravers for marking personal property are available to borrow.
- Bike registration and licensing with instruction for correct locking of bikes is available at the Campus Safety station or on individual campuses in conjunction with student activities.
- Provide daily reports to campus deans about campus life issues.
- Issue timely security alerts/bulletins to the campus community when there is a potential threat/risk to our customers and/or property.
- Campus Safety personnel are available to talk/present workshops on date rape, personal safety, vehicle security, bike theft prevention, etc.
- Campus office, housekeeping and grounds staff are offered annual security presentations on crime prevention.
- Campus Safety ride-alongs are provided to students and staff as an educational process.
- Active whistle programs on all undergraduate campuses engender rapid reporting and response times and have resulted in apprehension of criminals and added safety for the community.
- Campus Safety officers are assigned as liaisons to each campus to maintain effective communication between Campus Safety and the students on each campus.
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