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CAMPUS SAFETY SEX OFFENSES 12% 97,000 students between the ages of 18 and 24 are victims of alcohol-related sexual assault or date rape. On average only 12% of student victims report assault to law enforcement, leaving about g97% of rapists who will walk free. 97% 17,342 74% Women in sororities are pregnancies resulted from rape in 2012. Approximately 2/3 of more likely to experience rape than other college women. rapes were committed by someone known to the victim. TIPS Never leave a friend alone at a party. If he/she makes new friends, just make sure to keep tabs on their whereabouts. they'll come in handy when you least expect it. Invest in some date rape test coasters/cards from Drink Safe Technologies- Never leave your drinks unoccupied and don't take drinks from people you don't 2 know. This may seem like common sense, but it might be easy to forget once you've had a drink or two in your system. Drink Smart, Drink Safe!m Date Rape Drug Test Cards 1. Place a drop of your beverage onto both spots of one yellow test area. 2. Rub each spot gently and allow to dry. 3. Dark blue in either spot indicates a possible "date rapa" drug has been detected. Never let your intoxicated friend leave with an unfamiliar face from a party. They might get mad at you, but they'll thank you in the morning. See package back fer detailed instructions. www drinksafacanada ca Patent Pending Version 12TM Never accept rides from people you're unsure about. If you've 4 had too much to drink and you can't drive home, just call a cab. Giving up a few bucks is better than compromising your safety. AGGRAVATED ASSAULT The FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program defines aggravated assault as an unlawful attack by one person upon another for the purpose of inflicting severe or aggravated bodily injury. The UCR Program further specifies that this type of assault is usually accompanied by the use of a weapon or by other means likely to produce death or great bodily harm. There were 4,232 reported aggravated assaults involving college students in 2012. TIPS Never walk with your earphones on at night. If this is a hard habit for you to break, then try wearing your earphones on only one ear. Offenders are way more likely to go after targets who are unaware of their surroundings. Stay away from dark bushes when walking at night, as this is a common 2 place for offenders to hide. Remember that the safer route is always better than the faster route. Invest in pepper spray and create the habit of walking with your keys in your hands. Having easy access to your keys provides you with a potential weapon you can use to defend yourself from attackers. 3 BURGLARY, ROBBERY & THEFT In 2012, there were a total of Renters are 26,054 {85% U more likely than burglaries, robberies or thefts involving college students owners to be burglary victims. Six out of ten completed burglaries take place through unlocked doors or windows, and 90% of burglars will enter through the front or back door. TIPS Make sure your windows are closed at night before you go to sleep, especially if you live on the first or second floor. Consider installing wireless sensors on your doors and windows- YOU might sleep through the sound of someone trying to break in, but your security sensors wont. Don't leave your expensive possessions out in the open where they can easily be seen through the windows of your car or apartment. Burglars can easily break your window, take your belongings and run away without getting caught. Today, security systems offer the ability to enter in a duress code that can help you when you need it the most. If you're caught in a situation where an invader is forcing you to deactivate your alarm system, typing in your duress code will fool them into thinking that you've done just that when in actuality, you've sent an alert out to the police. DRUNK DRIVING Everyday in America, Drunk driving 28 accidents between midnight and 3 AM kill someone another people die as a result of drunk driving crashes. every 23 minutes. HOW COPS SPOT A DRUNK DRIVER <10 Driving off the road or drifting in and our of lanes Driving slower than 10 mph below the speed limit Swerving Forgetting to turn on the headlights Stopping or turning abruptly Quick acceleration Almost hitting another car, curb or object or deceleration TIPS NEVER drink and drive. If you find yourself in a sticky situation and you can't find a ride home, just call a cab. Assign a designated driver. This person should be responsible and aware of the fact that everyone's lives are in their hands. As the designated driver, you should never have "just one drink". Be safe and stick to non-alcoholic drinks the whole night. Sources: 1. 2. 3. 4. https://www.rainn. 5. http://www.oneinfourusa. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.'Drive+Sober+or+Get+Pulled+Over'.print LINK Home SecuritY -information/statistics/sexual-assault-victims ORINK 2 TEST DRINK 1 TEST %24

Campus Safety Infographic

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