The Department of Public Safety/University Police is attempting to implement, revise and update a comprehensive Crime Prevention program. Crime prevention officers will be successful attendees of a variety of national and local crime prevention programs and activities.
The Department provides oral presentations to the campus community on a frequent basis to educate community members on police policies and procedures and public safety issues. Students and employees are alerted to recurring or significant crime problems being experiences on the campus, and are provided with useful information that may reduce their vulnerability to criminal acts.
The Department distributes pamphlets on various topics of Crime Prevention, which are available to all students, faculty and staff members. Topics: Police Protection and Security Services, General Crime Prevention Techniques, Campus Watch, operations I.D., Rape and Sexual Assault, Date Rape, and Drug topics. Information on safety and security is provided to students, faculty, and staff members regularly through seminars, films, bulletins, crime alerts, posters, brochures, and University staff and student newspaper.