The Safety and Security Department provides escort services upon request 24 hours a day to students and staff.
We are equipped to jump-start vehicles due to dead batteries.
If you locked your keys in the car we will attempt to pop your lock. You will have to sign a liability release form, unless you have power locks. Because of the complicated wiring in those vehicles, we cannot attempt to unlock the vehicles.
Crime Prevention Presentations
Crime prevention presentations are conducted annually to such groups as physical plant staff; international students; student government; students, faculty and staff; and other recognized student organizations.
A recent amendment to the federal Right-To-Know Act requires the reporting of all incidents where prejudice against race, religion, sexual orientation or ethnicity is employed during the commission of murder, forcible rape, aggravated assault, and violation or arrest relating to Weapons, drug or alcohol. Future annual reports will reflect all incidents reported in any of these categories.
Printed Crime Prevention Materials
Crime prevention brochures are distributed at crime prevention presentations and at various locations throughout the campus.
Electronic Alarm Systems
A sophisticated electronic monitoring system located in the Department of Safety and Security has a comprehensive network of intrusion on devices and alarm systems.
Closed-Circuit Television System
This system provides instant access to all campus buildings.
Security personnel conduct comprehensive surveys of exterior lighting, exterior doors and grounds.
Rape Awareness, Education and Prevention
In cooperation with the Dean of Student Services, the department provides rape awareness education and prevention presentations to the campus community.
Numerous efforts are made to advise campus community on a timely basis about campus crime and crime-related problems.
These efforts include the following: