WE HAVE MOVED TO:
CAMPUS POLICE - Police Informer-
"Reducing Crime and
“Reducing Crime and Promoting Safety”
Vol. 3 Issue 2
Editor: Lt. Reynaldo Rodriguez
SAFETY TIP OF THE MONTH: If you have a
navigation mapping system, remove it from your dashboard when parking car.
Otherwise it may invite a thief to break into your car.
APARTMENT CRIME SAFETY QUIZ
TO COPE REDUCES CRIME
The next time you’re worried or
overstressed and tempted to use violence to solve a problem, try to remember
that you can intervene by taking a comedy show or rent a dvd. You might be
surprised at how much better you feel after you’ve spent some time laughing.
DRIVING SAFELY WHEN ON OR OFF CAMPUS IS
Never forgotten: Binge Drinking
Jenna Foellin, 20 years old, Winona State University died of alcohol poisoning,
a day after last exame. She had three beers during the day, then played beer
pong and downed some vodka.
EMERGENCY GUIDE/TORNADO WARNING:
If in a
building, one should move away from outside rooms and go to the center
hallway. An interior area at the
bottom level of the building is preferable, away from potential falling
the Gym or Auditorium or any large space with free span roofs.|
caught outside, go quickly to the bottom level in the nearest building.
If not possible, get as close to a building or structure and lie flat
on your stomach with your arms covering your head area.|
If in an
automobile, get out immediately and follow the same rules as above.|
ADVENTURES OF OFFICER BOB
Counterfeit Charlie was
arrested for shoplifting. He had $900 in his pocket, which would have
covered what he stole. Judge Janice put his bail at $400, which he paid with
the cash he had in his pocket. Officer Bob later discovered the money was
bogus. Before Officer Bob could track him down, Counterfeit Charlie returned
to argue that he overpaid and wanted half his money back. Officer Bob
arrested Counterfeit Charlie on the spot.
FLO asks that we all work to ELIMINATE FIRE HAZZARDS:
“Storage of bikes, chairs, desks and other items is
prohibited in all exit ways. Only use approved security bars on windows”
EXCUSE OF THE MONTH: “I wasn’t
aware of the speed limit on campus. It was fairly new to me and I had no
warning even before the ticket. I think a warning should be given first.”
When traveling on campus, QCCPD asks that you do not drive too closely
because anything can happen.