Safety Information

Safety Information

DSC_0462Accurate 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 Scott Henry at (570) 662 - 4900 or e-mail shenry.

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.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Home Security Inspection Checklist

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.

Incident Reports

Crime Incident Reporting Form

Daily Crime & Fire Log

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act requires that all incidents that occur on campus or on property contiguous to campus be included in the annual report.