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University of Iowa students generally feel safe on campus, support the current weapons ban on campus and approve of the job UI campus police to do protect them, a new survey by a UI journalism class found. See the survey.
The University of Iowa Department of Public Safety is proud to promote the 360 Stay Safe at College video series along with this month’s Crime Prevention Newsletter. The Crime Prevention Newsletter will challenge you to “think outside the box” this spring break and inform you why abstract thinking and training are so important to your personal safety and self-protection.
The video series is an attempt to identify and describe safety issues, and the videos include recommendations for addressing them. These recommendations are presented for your consideration in an effort to assist you in the improvement of personal safety and general security. We do believe the implementation of the recommendations contained in the videos will enhance the safety and security awareness of those areas addressed in the videos. You can simply log in with your Hawk ID at http://cts-lamp.its.uiowa.edu/publicsafety to access the videos for FREE at ANYTIME.
Posted by Poole | 11 March 2013 | Tags: Spring Break, Spring Break CPN, Spring Break Crime Prevention Newsletter, Crime Prevention Newsletter Spring Break, University of Iowa Police Crime Prevention Newsletter