The Department of Public Safety at Brown University is pleased to offer a new Crime Prevention Video - Campus Safety 101 for students. This short 14 minute video highlights the most critical aspects of campus safety for new and returning students residing on campus. Email us at email@example.com and let us know what you think about this new resource!
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https://campussafetyuniversity.com/ The Essential Guide To Surviving College is here. Click the website link above to get instant access to 3 free chapters from the recently released book! The Ultimate Guide to College Safety provides students with a wealth of information in an easy-to-read format that will keep them safe during their college years and beyond. Chapter titles: Chapter 1: Introduction To Personal Safety Chapter 2: Personal Safety Guidelines Chapter 3: Bullying & Hazing - Recognition, Types, Prevention and Tips Chapter 4: Cyber-Bullying - Taming the Digital Threat Chapter 5: Cyber-Security and Online Safety Chapter 6: Social Media and Cell Phone Do's and Don’ts Chapter 7: Alcohol Responsibility / Party Drugs / Prescription Meds Chapter 8: Travel Safety - Around Campus / At Home / Semesters Abroad Chapter 9: Credit Card and ATM Safety Chapter 10: Dorm Room Security – Keeping You and Your Valuables Safe Chapter 11: Personal Safety Alarms and Apps Chapter 12: Physical Threat Self-Defense / Safe Dating / Sexual Harassment / Rape Prevention Chapter 13: Active Shooter Preparedness & Defensive Actions Chapter 14: Terrorism Chapter 15: Building Self-Confidence Chapter 16: The Altitude Of Your Attitude Chapter 17: Health, Fitness and How to Avoid the “Freshman 15” Chapter 18: Safety Tips For Women If you are the parent of a high school junior or senior who is going to be heading off to college, this guide is a must-have. Help keep your college-bound student safe from the countless threats to their personal safety when away from home and your protection. This book is the next best thing to you being there! https://campussafetyuniversity.com/
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Most Oregon college campuses do not have armed security, but after 4 years of study the Portland State University security force became the latest to add guns.
Our Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers work around the clock to maintain the safety of the USC campus and surrounding community. We followed them around for a day to see all the aspects of working at DPS.
David Nance, http://www.personalsafetyexpert.com, appears on the Better Living with Adrienne segment on NBC 40 WMGM-TV Atlantic City. This segment focuses on how to stay safe when on campus. David sheds light on overlooked areas and situations where students are vulnerable. David's programs are offered nationally and internationally teaching safety tips, self defense, personal protection, office safety, home safety, campus safety and personal security. His Sabre College Safety Program helps 18 to 22 year olds enjoy a safe, confident and empowered college experience.
Clackamas News Online spoke with students and interim campus safety director Bob Cochran to further understand the inner workings of the campus safety department at CCC and to gauge how safe the campus is.