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Safety and Security Suggestions

Campus Safety:

While traveling on or around campus, it is always advisable to travel in groups, especially at night. Use well lit and populated streets to travel. If you must travel alone, tell someone where you are going. If you need an escort, the Security Department will provide you with an escort from campus to your residence hall.

If you are the victim of a theft or burglary:

Call the Security Department (724-846-9632) as soon as possible. Give the Security Officer a detailed report of the incident, including where the theft took place and what was taken. In the event of a burglary (person entering your dorm room or office without authorization), notify your Resident Director and the Security Officer to make arrangements to have room codes changed and offices secured.

If you have any safety or security concerns:

If you see anything that "just doesn’t seem right," contact the Security Department (724-846-9632) and inform them immediately. Examples include smelling or seeing smoke, or noticing a door that has been propped open for an extended period of time.

If you see a suspicious person on campus:

Call the Security Department (724-846-9632) and be prepared to give a full description of the individual. Also, give the location where the subject was last seen and include a description of a vehicle if applicable. DO NOT approach the subject.



 

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