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Campus Safety is up to YOU. The mission of Adams State Police Department is, in stewardship of the authority with which we are entrusted, in partnership with the community we serve, to maintain a safe and orderly environment for learning and working. When in doubt – call us out!

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campus safety is up to you
Campus Safety is up to YOU

The mission of Adams State Police Department is, in stewardship of the authority with which we are entrusted, in partnership with the community we serve, to maintain a safe and orderly environment for learning and working.

criminal activity trust your instincts

When in doubt – call us out!

RIGHT NOW – 911

PRETTY QUICK – 589-5807

Sometime - 7901

CRIMINAL ACTIVITY

= trust your instincts

criminal activity
CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
  • Protect yourself first
  • Call 911
  • Remember at least ONE THING about the suspicious person
  • Stay with the police dispatcher until an officer arrives IF it is safe to stay
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Medical Emergency

When in doubt – call us out!

RIGHT NOW – 911

PRETTY QUICK – 589-5807

Sometime - 7901

medical emergency
MEDICAL EMERGENCY
  • PROTECT YOURSELF FIRST
  • LEAVE THE PERSON WHERE THEY ARE (unless evacuation is essential)
  • Call 911 whether the victim wants you to or not and follow the dispatcher’s instructions
smoke fire explosion
Smoke, Fire, Explosion
  • PROTECT YOURSELF FIRST
  • Call 911 and activate the fire alarm
  • AFTER calling, consider using extinguisher
  • ALWAYS EVACUATE WHEN YOU HEAR AN ALARM
    • Use stairs and get far away from the building
    • Return to building only with OFFICIAL all-clear
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EVACUATIONS

  • Decide whether to GET DOWN or GET OUT
  • “protect in place” may be as safe or safer than evacuation
evacuations
EVACUATIONS
  • IF YOU GET OUT!:
    • Look ahead: Is your exit path safe?
    • Don’t use elevators
    • Assist those who need help getting out
        • Protect in place OR alert rescuers OR get help to lift
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BOMB THREATS

- Suspicious items

When in doubt – call us out!

RIGHT NOW – 911

PRETTY QUICK – 589-5807

Sometime - 7901

bomb threats
BOMB THREATS
  • Listen to a threat caller, write it down, use the check sheet where possible
  • CALL 911
  • “PROTECT IN PLACE” FIRST

Evacuate only by order

OR if you SEE a device

a few words about bombs
A few words about bombs
  • Bombs can look like anything
  • Bomb threats are often used to manipulate institutions
  • Most interior devices are anti-personnel (they injure from shrapnel, not concussion or building collapse, therefore the best protection is keeping a wall between you and the device)
hazardous materials
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
  • Get down or get out!
    • Protect in place if instructed:
      • shut doors and windows
  • Call 911 from a safe place – don’t risk any electrical current from phones, cells, or light switches, etc.
  • When in doubt, handle as a fire alarm:
    • Sound the building fire alarm
    • Evacuate – avoiding the area of contamination
    • Get FAR away and WAIT for EMS/FIRE to check you
psychological crisis
Psychological Crisis
  • PROTECT YOURSELF FIRST
  • Signs of psychological distress
    • Threats of harm or self harm
    • Under influence of alcohol or other drugs
    • Disorganized speech
    • Uncontrolled behavior
    • Manifested anger
    • Sudden changes
    • Perceptual delusions
students of concern
STUDENTS OF CONCERN

reporting points:

Use Early Alerts

Counseling Center

Student Affairs

Web

ASCPD

severe weather
Severe Weather
  • Watches – keep “watching” for storms
  • WARNINGS - get down! or get out!
    • Protecting in place
      • Interior, protected structure
      • Away from windows
      • Keep away from cordoned off areas
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Review:

  • # 1 – When in doubt, call us out
  • # 2 – Get DOWN or Get OUT!
  • # 3 – Protect yourself first
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