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Vol 57 No. 19 : December, 2005
Vol 57 No. 19 | December, 2005
Help Prevent Crime

University Police would like to remind staff, faculty and students that a large number of thefts on campus are crimes of opportunity and can be prevented if you take the following simple precautions.

  • When not using your desk, lock it and take your keys with you.
  • When you leave your office, always lock your door, even if you are going to be just a few minutes.
  • When you do leave your office, tell your neighbors so they can keep an eye on it.
  • Help your fellow workers by keeping an eye on their offices when they are gone.

If you do see a suspicious person or activity, call the police immediately and answer all questions. As best you can, give an identifying description of the suspicious individual, such as gender, age, height, weight, race, hair, clothing, and last direction of travel.

For additional information, please feel free to contact any University Police officer or the office of Crime Prevention at 562/985-8538.

 

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