HPU Security encourages members of campus to follow these safety tips during the holiday season (whether on or off campus).
Learn to protect yourself against becoming a victim of a crime or attack. It is easy to fall prey to an attacker – learn about the resources available to help you prepare for, respond to, and recover from an attack. For a good student safety reource, click here.
According to a White House task force report released in 2014, nearly one in five college students experiences a sexual assault during their college career. The University is committed to providing a safe campus for all. If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual assault, report it today.
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Safeguard your belongings. Basic protective measures, such as locking your doors, serve as a significant deterrent to criminals. Many thefts reported to Security on campus could be avoided by basic security actions.
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the county, and students are particularly vulnerable. Learning about common scams is the best way to prevent becoming a victim:
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