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Here are few suggestions on what you can do to prevent crimes in your area or being the victim of a crime:


  1. Lock your valuables up even if you are just going down the hall.  It takes a thief less than 10 seconds to enter a room and steal your property.
  2. When entering a secure area, do not let someone “tailgate” in behind you.  Make them show their ID badge if you do not know them.
  3. Do not leave messages on your door indicating that you are away and when you will be back.
  4. Do not put your home address on your keys and do not leave your keys in a “special” hiding place in your office.
  5. Call Security or the Management Office to report any suspicious persons or activities.


  1. Be aware of your surroundings at all times.
  2. Walk with confidence, not like a vacationer not knowing where they are going.             
  3. Avoid walking alone at night.  If you need an escort, call Security.
  4. If you encounter a suspicious person, try to put as much distance between yourself and him/her (i.e.: cross the street).
  5. Be aware of safe zones (i.e.: businesses, churches, and schools).

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