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Georgia State University Police Department
Georgia State University Police Officers are certified by the State of Georgia. Officers are certified by the State of Georgia. Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. GSUPD is a National Accredited and State Certified Police agency. GSUPD is a National Accredited and State Certified Police agency.
Emergency Contact Emergency Numbers (404) Emergency (404) Non-Emergency from any campus phone Emergency Call Boxes –Over 77 on campus –Immediate contact with Police –Blue flashing strobe light Please insert emergency phone # in Cell Phone
Escorts & Assists Lost and Found (404) Vehicle Assist (404) Jump Start Batteries Tire Change Safety Escorts (404) Safety Escorts are available 24/7 to parking decks, public and private parking lots, and train stations near campus.
Pedestrian Safety THE FACTS OVER 85% OF PEDESTRIANS HIT BY A CAR GOING OVER 40 MPH WILL BE KILLED. A PEDESTRIAN STRUCK BY A CAR GOING 10 MPH TO 30 MPH WILL BE INJURED. A PEDESTRIAN MUST ALWAYS WATCH OUT FOR VEHICLES. Where Pedestrians are Injured 40 % Intersection 60 % Non-intersection
Panhandlers You will be asked for money!! What to do when asked Politely say “NO” and walk away. Don’t give them money! Call the Police. Panhandling is illegal in Atlanta
Crime Prevention Unit The Crime Prevention Unit provides brochures and presentations to boost crime awareness on campus and to the University community. Fight to Flight Workplace Violence Office Safety DUI/Alcohol Awareness Campus Safety Housing Safety For information on any of the Georgia State University Crime Prevention Programs, contact Crime Prevention at (404)
Campus Safety Tips Do not leave your items unattended!!!!! Do not leave valuables in plain view inside your cars. (CLEAN CAR CAMPAIGN) Secure your bike with a U-Lock or with (2) Locks. If possible, walk in groups of two or more. Always walk in well-lit areas. Be aware of your surroundings and using mobile and electronic devices while traveling throughout the area.
Office Of Emergency Manag ement for comprehensive, "all-hazards/threats" emergency and disaster management planning efforts for Georgia State University.Created in 2007 for comprehensive, "all-hazards/threats" emergency and disaster management planning efforts for Georgia State University. How it Effects You Level 1 Minor emergency Level 2 Major emergency in one area Level 3 Major emergency effecting the entire campus