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Personal Safety Tips
Walk confidently and pay attention to surroundings. Stay in well-lit, populated areas and walk with friends.
Take advantage of the Security Escort Service by calling 914-654-5204.
Don't carry or display large amounts of money.
When going out, make sure you have "emergency" money with to make a phone call or take a cab home.
If you think someone is following you, cross the street. If they continue to follow, go to a populated area and ask for help.
Protect Yourself In The Residence Hall
Always lock your door when leaving -- even if you are just going down the hall.
Never leave the outside door propped open -- even for a friend.
Identify visitors before opening the door.
Store valuables out of sight -- in a drawer or closet.
Do not lend your key or ID card to anyone.
Report any suspicious persons or activity to Security. If you are aware of a violation it is essential that you report it. Security cannot protect you without your assistance.
Prevent Theft At Work
Lock doors and windows when office is unoccupied and at night.
Do not leave office open and unattended.
Lock up valuables when leaving the office.
Lock petty cash, stamps, pocketbooks, and personal valuables in a file drawer or cabinet -- restrict the number of keys and do not leave keys in the work area.
Report lost or stolen keys to Security immediately.
Retrieve keys when employees leave the College employ.
Vehicle Safety Tips
When approaching you car, have keys ready -- fumbling for keys provides a window of opportunity for an attacker.
Be alert to your surroundings as you approach the car.
While driving, keep car doors locked at all times.
If you think someone is following you, try to get a description of the car and its license plate. Make a few turns. If the vehicle continues to follow, drive to a well-lit, populated place or to the police department.
Be suspicious of people approaching your car for directions or with flyers.
Be alert when using drive-up ATM machines.
If possible, carry a cell phone with you for emergencies.
If your car breaks down, raise the hood and tie a white handkerchief on the antenna as a distress signal. Lock yourself in the vehicle and wait for assistance to arrive. Don't accept a ride from a stranger -- ask them to call the police for you.
Protecting Your Vehicle From Theft
Always lock your vehicle and take your keys.
Don't leave personal property in plain view in your car.
Always park in well-lit, populated areas.
Don't leave your registration in the vehicle.
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