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For optimum effectiveness, the cooperation and involvement of students themselves in the campus safety program is also necessary. Personal safety and protection of a person’s property is the responsibility of each individual person. Make the decision to assume responsibility for your personal safety and security of your property. The NGU Office of Campus Safety and Security urges all members of the university community to participate in making our campus as safe as possible. If you develop good security habits, you can assist us in safeguarding you, your property, other people and university property.


Although the North Greenville University campus and the surrounding area are relatively safe, we are still vulnerable to criminal activity. Educate yourself about the resources available to you and the ways you can help protect yourself. Learn how to apply these tips and instructions.


Some Personal Safety Tips and Risk Reduction


Rule # 1 is lock it. Lock your car. Lock your dorm room door when you leave. Lock your dorm room door and windows when you are sleeping. Lock up your valuables. Lock It!!! Get in the habit. Be aware of your surroundings. Do not wear headphones while walking or jogging. Do not read while walking or standing on the street. They distract you. Be alert, be aware, do not be a victim. Have a plan for the different situations. Awareness + common sense + early planning = best protection. Do not go into places or situations that could turn “ugly.” As Kevin Hart stated, "I made a bad error in judgement and put


myself in an environment where only bad things can happen, and they did." (Sept. 16, 2017).


 Do not make yourself a target for robbery or attack. Do not carry large amounts of cash. Refrain from pulling out large amounts of cash or sitting or standing counting your cash. Do not flaunt jewelry, cameras, and/or other items of value. They attract the wrong kind of attention.


 Report any suspicious activity to Campus Safety & Security by calling (864) 977-7777. Report any crime to Campus Safety & Security. Do not enter a crime scene or potentially dangerous situation without Campus Safety & Security with you. Do not touch anything in a crime scene area.


 If your cell phone has GPS, make sure it is always “on.”  When going off campus, always tell someone, or better, several people where you will be and what time you are going to return.


 Do not hitchhike and do not pick up hitchhikers.  Do not talk to strangers.  Never give information about yourself or others to strangers on the phone.  Never leave your wallet, purse, electronic devices or valuables unattended and unsecured.  Put the NGU Campus Safety & Security Phone Number (864) 977-7777 on Speed Dial or Favorites in your phone.


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