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Crime Prevention - Personal Safety


  • Do not give your name and address to strangers.
  • Do not give out personal information over the telephone to people you do not know. (Social Security Number, credit card numbers, driver's license numbers, address, etc.)
  • When leaving your residence hall, campus, etc. let someone know where you are going.
  • Walk with a friend. It is less likely that something will happen if there are two of you.
  • Never walk alone at night. The Public Safety Office offers an escort service, which provides you with the assurance of safe travel on campus.
  • Have your key ready to open your car doors, especially at night. Your keys can be a defensive weapon.
  • Look inside your car before entering; also check vehicle for possible break-ins. Assailants sometimes hide in the back seat of a vehicle.
  • Personal property should never be left unattended, even if it is only for a few minutes.
  • Remember, take it with you or lock it up. Take your books and book bags to your table when you go to eat.
  • Always make sure that the office or classroom door is locked if you should be working or studying late. Remember, never prop any door open for someone else.

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