January is stalking awareness month
Jan. 13, 2017 - January marks National Stalking Awareness Month, and the Division of Public Safety & Security seeks to educate the campus community about how to identify and report it.
Stalking is a crime.
Stalking is a serious crime that affects millions every year. It can be difficult to recognize, investigate and prosecute. Unlike other crimes, stalking is not a single, easily identifiable crime, but a pattern of conduct directed at someone that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear.Read More
New U-M "Safe Exchange Zone" aims to keep community members safe during on-line sales transactions
Dec. 19, 2016 - The increase of online sales and trading unfortunately has been accompanied by a dark side. Although rare, armed robberies and violent incidents have occurred during the exchange of online transactions.
While the overwhelming majority of online transactions occur without incident, the Division of Public Safety and Security is committed to providing a secure environment for U-M community members and recently established a "Safe Exchange Zone."Read More
U-M emergency protocol for active attackers
Nov. 28, 2016 - As news continues to unfold about today's incident at Ohio State University, we want to assure our community that we also train for such unfortunate situations.
At the University of Michigan, our officers regularly exercise protocols and are equipped to respond to active attackers.
Our training for our students, faculty and staff includes Run, Hide or Fight -- run if you can, hide if you can't and as a last resort fight.
Tips to prevent bike theft
Nov. 21, 2016 - Thefts of bicycles from the U-M campus continue to be a challenge for our U-M community.
So far in 2016, more than 70 bicycles have been reported stolen from campus locations. When bicycles serve as the primary mode of transportation for
many of us, we need to take every measure to ensure their security.
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DPSS Crime Alerts
Crime alerts are issued when a crime is reported to law enforcement, either on or near campus, that in the judgment of the UMPD commanders constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat to the University community. The alerts are distributed via email to all U-M Ann Arbor students, staff and faculty; fliers posted around campus; email to non-campus subscribers; and this web site.
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