Public Safety is offering virtual, interactive, monthly presentations on situational preparedness. Students living in a new city and attending college are susceptible to encountering dangerous situations. Being aware of your surroundings and recognizing situations that are potentially dangerous are key to keeping yourself safe. Although there are some public safety factors that cannot be controlled, there are measures students can take to prevent themselves from being victims of a crime. DPS will provide tips to encourage students to think and act accordingly—not to be scared, but to be prepared. If a student is the victim of a crime, it is vital that they report it promptly to Drexel Police so that the crime can be investigated and Public Safety can connect the student with proper resources.
These presentations are hosted by Drexel Community Relations Officers Kim McClay and Thomas Cirone, and though they are focused on students, they are open to the entire Drexel community. Please complete this short survey to select the presentation you would like to attend.
If you have a community or group you would like us to present to, or would like to propose an alternate presentation time, please contact Officer Tom Cirone at firstname.lastname@example.org or Officer Kim McClay at email@example.com to schedule based on your availability.