Be aware of your surroundings. Don’t leave valuables out for someone to take. Use common sense. By following some simple guidelines, you can help keep yourself — and your possessions — safe.
UB’s University Police offers a comprehensive list of safety tips for students. We encourage you to visit their site and follow their advice.
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.
Are your passwords safe? Do you know how to safeguard your laptop, smartphone or tablet from theft? Visit the UBIT website and learn how to keep all of your devices safe and secure.
If you’re working, researching or interning at an off-campus location, make sure you know the safety and security measures you should follow. Many job sites have a security office or public safety department that can help answer your questions about preventing crime. Ask your supervisor if you have any concerns about your safety getting to or from your job, or while you’re at work.
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