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Department of Public Safety


The University Police Operations Division, within the Department of Public Safety, offers a number of programs that promote security awareness and crime prevention.  All University police officers are dedicated to crime prevention. In addition to departmental programs, the Police Department cooperates with other units on campus to present security and safety programs. A common theme of all programs is to encourage students and employees to be aware of their responsibility for their own security and the security of others.

Programs presented by the Police Operations Division of the Department of Public Safety include:

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Parking Enforcement Officers - Students conduct core campus and parking facility safety patrols on foot.

Safety Escorts - Police officers and security guards are available to provide safety escorts. Tip: To enhance personal safety, and especially after an evening class, walk with friends or someone from class that you know well.

Crime Prevention Tips - Available on the Public Safety web site at then click on the "Crime Prevention" link. Links to other crime prevention pages are also provided.

Refuse to Be A Victim - A three-hour class that presents crime prevention, theft reduction, personal awareness, and home and office security tips and concepts.  These classes are free and open to the campus and local community.

Bicycle Safety -- Police Officers assigned to the Police Mountain Bike Patrol offer classes on bicycle safety and skills to a variety of age groups to include pre-school and elementary age.

National Bike Registry - NBR is a program that offers an informational link between people whose bikes are stolen and the police who recover them. For more information visit:

Operation ID - Engraving service available upon request.

Office Watch - Office complexes are given a Security survey and enrolled in Operation ID.  Office personnel are trained to recognize and confront suspicious persons and to notify the police.

WeTip - Anonymous reporting system for crime, drugs, gangs, graffiti. (800) 78-CRIME

Each Semester

Rape Aggression Defense -- (R.A.D.)- RAD is a hands-on, self defense, and risk reduction education program. It is designed to teach the student realistic ways to defend and protect oneself from sexual and abductive assaults. University Police offer four different R.A.D. self-defense courses which are taught by nationally-certified instructors:

Last updated by Claudia Ryan on September 12, 2006.

2006 Report Index

Access to Facilities 24-25
Alcohol & Drug Policy 18-20
Campus Emergency Plan 26
Campus and Community Resources 29
Campus Safety and Security Report 14-17
Crime Prevention Programs 11-13
Crime Statistics 16-17
Law Enforcement Authority 7
Maintenance of Facilities 24-25
Publications Listing 28
Reporting Crimes and Emergencies 5-7
Sexual Assault Reporting Procedures 7-8
Sexual Harassment Policy 9
Sex Offender Information 9-10
Student Code of Conduct 22-23
Victim Assistance 7
Weapons Policy 20-21

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