Community involvement is essential to the success of public safety at Drexel. The Department of Public Safety offers crime prevention and awareness programs to help educate students, faculty and professional staff about how to promote a secure and productive environment.
Public Safety & U
The Public Safety & U workplace safety program highlights the importance of workplace safety through workshops and discussions designed to empower and educate members of the Drexel community on how to manage security issues on campus. Campus safety at a large urban university is dependent on many groups working together. This program educates the University community about the resources and roles of Drexel Public Safety, the Drexel University Police Department, and the Public Safety Communications Center. This program relies on interactive audio-visuals, live demonstrations and an open discussion forum to engage participants.
Through face-to-face interaction with public safety officials, this program provides a valuable opportunity to build relationships and encourage collaboration, while tackling important issues such as workplace safety, the challenges associated with an urban environment, and active shooter awareness and education.
This program can be customized to the specific needs of an administrative department or academic college or school to address unique security challenges and identify solutions. If interested in organizing a workshop session, please contact Public Safety at 215.895.1550 or complete the Request a Presentation Form.
Bike and Computer Registration Program
All students, faculty and professional staff are encouraged to register their bikes with the Department of Public Safety. The goals of this program are to heighten awareness in the University community, deter would-be thieves and provide law enforcement with valuable crime-solving information. Your bike must have a visible serial number to be registered. Computers/laptops may also be registered if they have a visible serial number.
This free program takes only a few minutes to complete and includes:
- Documentation of bike description, serial number and owner information;
- Engraving your bike with a registration number;
- A registration program sticker applied to your bike; and
- An information booklet.
Registration can be completed at Drexel Police Headquarters at 3219 Arch Street. For more information, call 215.895.1550.
Rape Aggression Defense Program (R.A.D.)
The R.A.D. System provides self-defense courses for women and men, teaching the basics of hands-on defense training taught by certified R.A.D. instructors, held at Drexel.
Learn More About R.A.D. and Register