Department of Public Safety

Crime Prevention Programs

Community Education Programs

Advise faculty, staff, students and visitors of Crime Prevention Programs through demonstrations, public speeches, campus media, University Web Sites, E-Mail, and public relations material

Crime Analysis

Examine crime reports to determine crime patterns and trends on campus and the surrounding community area. Program and project recommendations to combat identifiable problems and prevent future ones from developing.

Crime Prevention Programs

Implement various programs such as "Operation ID" auto glass etching, traffic safety, crime prevention surveys, campus newspaper media tips, public speaking on such topics as "Street Smart and Safe", and "Safety Tips for Walking Safe for Fitness Program", personal security and others as requested.

Crime Prevention Surveys

A comprehensive survey of a requested area which includes physical security, personal security and safety, and recommendations to maintain or improve the requested area.

Crime Prevention Library

The unit maintains a resource library stocked with various publications, pamphlets, a updated web site, in which the community may use as a research tool and source

Crime Prevention Officers

The Department of Public Safety Crime Prevention Unit Police Officers shall be available upon reasonable request to discuss all aspects of Crime prevention with faculty, staff, students and visitors of the University.