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Always walk with a friend! When you are going to and from class, make sure you have a buddy- especially at night. Two sets of eyes and two pairs of ears are always safer in any situation than one. If you have to wait for public transportation or on friends make sure you do so
Safety Starts with You! Be aware of your surroundings and who is around you- especially at night. Be aware of where emergency call boxes are located throughout campus and make sure you know your School’s Emergency Action plan in case of an event. Also, look up and download the school’s emergency contact numbers into your
Too many questions can be strange! Is a person asking a lot of questions about where things are in a school building? Are they asking where administrator’s offices are or what the office staff does? Do they seem really interested in security procedures or what happens at the school after normal hours? Say something!
If someone is paying unusual attention to your school of place of business, say something! Extended loitering, unusual, repeated, or prolonged observation of your building is not normal behavior. If the person also has binoculars or a video camera, this behavior is definitely not normal! Other forms of potential, unusual or suspicious observational behavior includes
If you see something suspicious or out of place, contact your local law enforcement immediately! When talking to the dispatcher be prepared to describe, as specifically as you can, what you saw. Make sure to include as much of the following information as possible: Who or what you saw. If it was a person, what
Having separate passwords for every account helps keep you safe from cybercriminals. We know that it can be seen as bothersome, but having you unique passwords of at least 12 characters makes you much harder to profile and hack. If you think that is just too much, at the very least separate your work passwords
Two step authentication is a great safety feature and your friend! Whenever possible, turn on two-step authentication, also known as two-step verification. Adding the extra step in a two-factor authentication like a text message to your phone or a biometric like your fingerprint provides much more robust account security. This helps you keep hackers out