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Title Page Access to Facilities 23 Campus Closure 26 Campus Safety and Security Report- Jeanne Clery Act 14 Confidential Reporting 7 Crime Alerts 7 Crime Reporting Information 6 Campus Security Authorities 6 Crime Log 7 Crime Prevention Program 17 Crime Statistics 15 Drug Free Workplace Act 20 Emergency Preparedness 24 Emergency Notifications 25 Fire Log, Housing 29 Fire Safety Report 27 Fire Safety Systems, Housing 28 Housing / Residence Life Information 12 Judicial Affairs Office 11 Law Enforcement Authority- Interagency Relationships 8 Missing Students Procedures 13 Police Response 5 Reporting Crimes and Emergencies 5 Resources, Community 31 Resources, University 30 Responsibilities of the University Community 19 Security of Facilities 23 Sexual Assault Reporting 8 Sexual Harassment Policy 10 Sex Offender Information 10 Student Conduct 11 Timely Warnings 7 University Counseling Center 11 Victim Assistance 11 Weapons Control, Resolution 21
  SIDNE (Simulated Impaired DriviNg Experience) - SIDNE is a battery-powered vehicle that simulates alcohol and drug impairment for the driver. This program is given on-campus as well as to local high schools.

Driving simulation

Robbery Prevention - This seminar, given to cashiers, gives tips on how to survive armed robbery and be a good witness.

Security Surveys - Upon request, a University police officer evaluates a facility's physical security and makes recommendations for improvements.

Theft and Fraud Seminars - These presentations are usually given to people working in areas where check and credit card fraud occurs, (such as the Bookstore, Bursar's Office, Recreation Center, etc.). The seminar covers commonly used scams, how to recognize them, and what to do when they occur.

There are a variety of programs offered by other University units on campus. Consult the calendar of events in the University Center and the student newspaper for scheduled topics and times.

Responsibilities of the University Community
Members of the University community must assume responsibility for their own personal safety and the security of their personal property. The following precautions provide guidance.

1. Report all suspicious activity to UCCS Police immediately (719) 255-3111.
2. Never take personal safety for granted.
3. Try to avoid walking alone at night. Use the campus safety escort service, (719) 255-3111.
4. Limit your alcohol consumption, and leave social functions that get too loud, too crowded, or that have
too many people drinking excessively. Remember to call UCCS Police (719) 255-3111 for
help at the first sign of trouble.
5. Carry only small amounts of cash.
6. Never leave valuables (wallets, purses, books, calculators, etc.) unattended.
7. Carry your keys at all times and do not lend them to anyone.
8. Lock up bicycles. Lock car doors and close windows when leaving your car.
9. Always lock the door to your residence hall room, whether or not you are there. Be certain that your
door is locked when you go to sleep, and keep windows closed and locked when you are not at
home.
10. Do not leave valuables in your car, especially if they can be easily noticed.
11. Engrave serial numbers or owner's recognized numbers, such as a driver's license number, on items
of value.

The current report is available in print upon request

The 2011 report is located athttp://www.uccs.edu/~pusafety/2011Safety/
The latest report is available athttp://www.uccs.edu/~pusafety/safety/
Previous reports are available athttp://www.uccs.edu/~pusafety/police/safety/

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