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Are you a college student?

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Are you concerned about your own relationship with a partner or ex-partner, or are you concerned about a friend’s relationship?

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We respect diversity in gender identity, but at this time this app contain information based on research with women. Many of the resources may still be useful and we hope to update soon with more information for gender variance.

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Men can experience relationship violence, but this app was developed specifically for women. If you’re a man living with violence we recommend you call 1-888-7HELPLINE.)

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  • The PIN code is for your safety and prevents an unwanted user from accessing your app.
  • Please remember your PIN code as there is no reset option. If you forget your pin, click Exit on the PIN screen to log back in to the app.
  • In the event that your partner forces you to unlock the app, you can enter in the code 0000 to unlock the app, and have it show only general safety content.
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CAMPUS SAFETY

Hello! Welcome to Campus Safety. This app/site will provide you with helpful tips for staying safe on campus. It is specifically designed with college students in mind.

Getting From Place to Place Safely

  • Never walk or jog alone at night. If you do walk or jog at night, do so with at least one other person or in groups.
  • If you need transportation during evening hours, call Campus Safety for a walking escort or mobile transport.
  • Should you find yourself walking alone at night, avoid secluded or dimly lit areas. Stay away from wooded areas or locations where shrubs or buildings might provide cover for assailants.
  • If you feel you are being followed, yell or scream and move toward a public, well-lit area, or try to reach a campus “Blue Phone” located around campus. Additionally, all residence halls and many other campus buildings are equipped with exterior telephones located near their primary entrances.
  • Should you be the victim of a hold-up, don’t resist or endanger your own safety. Call the police immediately to report the crime.
  • Always be aware of what is going on around you. Be alert to your surroundings and possible safety concerns, whether you are in your place of residence or moving about the campus or city.
  • Never accept a ride from a stranger.

 

 

Vehicle Safety and Security

  • Keep windows rolled up and doors locked.
  • Park in well-lit and well-traveled areas.
  • Have your keys ready when approaching your vehicle and look in your back seat before entering.
  • Make sure your car runs well and always has plenty of gas.
  • Keep a charged cell phone with you when driving.
  • Never pick up strangers and never go with a stranger.
  • If you park in a University garage, keep your access card in your wallet rather than inside the vehicle. Immediately report lost or stolen access cards.
  • Store valuables in the car's truck, or at least, hide them from the view.
  • If someone approaches your vehicle and attempts to enter, blow the horn to attract attention and drive away.

Dorm Room Safety

  • Keep your residence hall room door locked whenever the room is unoccupied, if you are in the room alone or if you are sleeping.
  • Do not open your residence hall room door unless you can identify the person seeking entrance.
  • Report suspicious persons or activities in your residence hall to the RA on duty, the hall director or to Campus Safety.
  • Never prop open exterior doors to residence halls or allow unescorted visitors into the hall.
  • If your residence hall room key is lost or stolen, report the loss immediately to the residence hall staff. Never leave your keys lying around in your room when you are not in the room.
  • Do not keep large amounts of cash in your room.

 

Bicycle Safety

  • Keep your bicycle securely chained and locked when not in use. Campus Safety can advise you on types of locks and chains that are considered most secure.
  • Do not park or store your bike in dimly lit areas.
  • Engrave or permanently mark your bicycle with an identifying number and record that number with Campus Safety.

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