the Victim of a Theft
are stolen from you, there is little hope of recovering them unless
you make a timely and complete report.
as the theft is discovered, notify the police. An officer will
take a report from you. Try to supply as much information as
possible concerning the stolen property, including serial number,
make, model and value.
of thefts on campus occur because property was left unsecured or unattended.
It is estimated that over 80% of all thefts on campus could be prevented
if everyone would lock up valuables. This is the most effective
way of preventing theft.
the Victim of an Assault
the administration and law enforcement as soon as you can.
remember as much about the person as possible. Important characteristics
include: sex, race, hair color and length; clothing description; scars
or tattoos and other noticeable markings; mode of travel, vehicle
type, color and tag number.
will be search immediately for suspects and neighboring police agencies
will be notified to assist.
see anyone acting suspiciously, contact the school’s administration
or a law enforcement department. Do not approach the person
the type of suspicious activity and give a general description of
the subjects (sex, race, dress, vehicle, and location).