Training For Students
UPD Crime Prevention Programs for Students
To schedule classes contact Crime Prevention at (512)245-8341 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal Safety is a safety awareness presentation. The program is designed so the participants become aware of the possible dangers around them.
Whistle Defense Presentation
The Whistle Defense Program is aimed at personal safety. The University Police Department provides whistles to students to keep on their keychain to use in an emergency.
The Gotcha presentation is a theft awareness program. The Gotcha cards are left in an unlocked room so the participants become aware of the possible dangers of leaving their property unsecured.
Cops and Donuts Presentation
The Cops and Donuts program is a peer to peer question and answer open forum. The program is designed to engage the participants in open dialog with police officers.
Basic self-defense is taught to participants using Krav Maga methods.
Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events presentation is designed to teach survival techniques that can be used in the event of an active shooter. We also cover what to expect when the police arrive.
The Alcohol Awareness presentation covers the dangers of alcohol abuse, state laws and university regulations concerning alcohol use. We also provide a list of resources available for those struggling with alcohol addiction.
The Drug Awareness presentation covers the dangers of drug abuse, state laws and university regulations concerning drug use. We also provide a list of resources available for those struggling with drug addiction.
Impaired and Distracted Driving Prevention
This program provides DWI education and review of state laws and university regulations concerning DWI. We also use a Driving Simulator to demonstrate the dangers of impaired or distracted driving.
The Sexual Assault program provides participants with information and personal safety tips to be used for sexual assault awareness. We also provide resource information for sexual assault survivors.
This program provides information on how to secure your property and prevent thefts.
Standard Response Protocol
Participants are taught the four responses to emergencies while on campus which use standard language and actions to make responding to an emergency less stressful.
Coffee with Chief
The Coffee with Chief presentation is a question and answer open forum. The program is designed to engage the participants in open dialog with the Director and Chief of Police.