University Police provides informational and educational programs on crime prevention and personal safety throughout the year. All crime prevention programs are available to faculty, staff, and students upon request. Programs include drug and alcohol awareness, personal safety, sexual assault prevention, active shooter response and other special topics as requested. Educational materials and brochures are also provided.
Safety and security programs are held in the residence halls, generally within the first month of school, and periodically throughout the academic year. These programs are planned in conjunction with the Office of Housing and Residence Life. University Police also provides, upon request, safety and security assessments of facilities and department operations. A property engraver is also available to the campus community.
At orientation, The Director of Public Safety or the Investigations Sergeant answer questions of concern about safety and security issues, provides and overview to students and parents concerning susceptibility to crime, and provides tips on how to avoid becoming a victim and the steps to take if victimized. They also provide, upon request, educational and informational programs on personal safety, date and acquaintance rape, security issues and other topics of interest.
As a part of their responsibility to the students and employees, all University Police Officers are expected to provide informational assistance to members of the campus community concerning crime prevention. Each officer is aware of the department's expectations of effectively conveying to the public information that will enhance the safety and security of the institution.
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