Safety and Crime Prevention

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Your University Police provide services and training to promote safety, crime awareness and prevention. 

5/5/17
Everyone has a role in the campus effort to be prepared and respond to emergencies. Know what you can do if there’s an emergency on campus.
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UB is a pedestrian right of way campus. Driving safely calls for extra awareness.
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Walking and biking is good exercise and great for the environment. Get tips on how pedestrians and bicyclists can be safe and be seen. 
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Everyone can make a difference in preventing sexual violence on campus. We encourage you to understand the importance of consent, speak up when you see or hear disrespectful behavior and get involved in sexual violence prevention groups.
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As UB community members, we share responsibility for our own personal security and that of our friends and colleagues.
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Whether you’re in the residence halls, a campus apartment or living off campus, there are steps you can take to prevent crime in and around your home.
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Learn about avoiding email scams, protecting your devices and where to get help if you've been hacked.
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If you have been a victim of crime, the effects of your experience can go far beyond the crime itself and can cause you a considerable amount of inconvenience, worry or stress. Your University Police are commited to supporting victims and witnesses during the criminal justice process. We, and those who work with us in the criminal justice system, will do all we can to help you feel safe, informed and supported.

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