Accurate Descriptions - One way you can help in crisis situations is by giving accurate descriptions. Use helpful adjectives, take notice of distinguishing characteristics. The information you provide can help immensely.
Awareness Programs - The Campus Police present many Awareness Programs for our students: Community Concern Programs, Crisis Situation Programs, Drug & Alcohol Awareness, and Personal Safety and Operation ID. If you would like to have an information program presentation please call Chief Christine Shegan at (570) 662 - 4900 or e-mail cshegan.
Community Safety - When you live with other people, community safety is everyone's responsibility.
Computer Safety - Cyberspace is not necessarily a safe space, despite the perceived anonymity it offers. Take some precautions to keep yourself safe.
Crisis Do's & Don'ts - Chances are you might encounter a crisis situation during your time at school. It may be a medical scenario, an accident, or other emergency. These tips can help.
Crisis Situations - Fires do not discriminate - they happen on and off campus. Know the facts to keep yourself safe.
Safety Tips - Trusting your intuition is the key to staying safe. Get help right away when you're feeling threatened.
Safety Where You Live - Includes information on common areas, apartments, dorm rooms, and your stuff.
Vehicle Safety Tips - Crime can take place in isolated parking lots. These tips can keep you out of harm's way.