At a Glance
|Date:||Monday 20 June 2011|
|Time:||11am to 3pm|
|Location:||Outside the Students' Union building|
|Summary:||Advice on how to avoid becoming a victim of crime and a chance to register your valuables with the police.|
Crime Prevention Day is an opportunity to learn about how to keep safe, and what to do if you become a victim of a crime, including theft and hate crime.
If you're living off campus, or moving off campus next year, it should be particularly of interest.
Members of the Student Support team, Mick Parkes (the campus policeman), the Students' Union and members of the University Security team will all be present, as well as some local service members.
You will have the opportunity to register any valuables e.g. bikes (or anything with a serial number) with the police for free through a system called Immobilise.
One the day you can:
- Get advice on Hate Crime Awareness/Reporting (what is Hate Crime?)
- Get advice on Theft from people and property
- Register your valuables with the police