WE HAVE MOVED TO: http://www.qcc.edu/campus-police
“Reducing Crime and Promoting Safety”
SAFETY TIP OF THE MONTH: Do not leave your purse, wallet, or cell phone in a shopping cart, not even for a moment.
Gambling can be fun but if one takes it to the steps of being a source of income, it can lead to a destructive life. Compulsive gambling could lead to crimes of larceny and violence. Here are some questions to ask yourself to determine if your or someone you know needs help:
· Did you ever lost time from work or school due to gambling?
· Have you ever felt remorse after gambling?
· Have you ever sold anything to finance gambling?
· Did you ever borrow to finance your gambling?
· Have you ever considered committing an illegal act due to gambling?
· Did you often gamble until your last dollar was gone?
For more about gambling problems, visit www.gamblersanonymous.org
BULLYING IS WRONG
Nobody has the right to hurt other people by hitting, kicking, or calling them names, spreading rumors or anything else that is intended to be upsetting.
If this is happening to you it is not your fault, and may want to do something to stop the bullying.
Stand up to bullying by exposing their actions to others and stand up to them by letting them know they are not your enemy and feel compassion for their need to bully.
Never forgotten: Binge Drinking Fatalities
Samantha Spady, 19 years old. High School homecoming queen and Colorado State University freshman went on a binge, consuming an estimated 30-40 drinks. She was found in a bed where her friends left her to sleep it off.
FIREFIGHTER FLO on GETTING BURNED
STOP DROP AND ROLL: If your clothes catch fire, stop, drop and roll, wherever you are. Rolling smothers the fire.
COOL BURNS: Use cool tap water on burns immediately. Do not use ointments. If skin is blistered, dead, white, brown or charred, call for an ambulance.