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1 UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

2 DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT Director Mike Belcher (33 years experience) Director Mike Belcher (33 years experience) 24/7 operation 24/7 operation Thirteen sworn positions Thirteen sworn positions Full police powers through an M.O.U. with the City of Stockton Full police powers through an M.O.U. with the City of Stockton Average response time of less than 2 minutes Average response time of less than 2 minutes

3 BUILDING LOCATION Located in the Wellness Center Building Located in the Wellness Center Building Corner of Manchester and Brookside Rd. Corner of Manchester and Brookside Rd. Bottom Floor Bottom Floor Emergency Phone Emergency Phone

4 Crime Statistics Fall Semester Arrests 9584 Arrests 9584 Residential burglary 137 Residential burglary 137 Auto burglary 413 Auto burglary 413 Acquaintance rape 11 Acquaintance rape 11 Forcible rape 00 Forcible rape 00 Vehicle theft 0 1 Vehicle theft 0 1 Robbery 1 2 Robbery 1 2 Theft over $ Theft over $ Theft under $ Theft under $ Vandalisms Vandalisms 18 21

5 Clery Statistics Assault Assault Arson Arson Burglary Burglary Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Forcible Fondling Forcible Fondling Vehicle Theft Vehicle Theft Homicide Homicide Robbery Robbery121012

6 Comparison to City Incidents per Thousand of People IncidentsCity of Stockton Pacific IncidentsCity of Stockton Pacific Assault Assault Larceny Larceny Auto Theft Auto Theft Burglary Burglary Robbery Robbery Violent Crime Violent Crime Property Crime Property Crime

7 Safety through Awareness Walk in a familiar areas and avoid alone at night. Don’t wear headphones. You need to be aware of your surroundings. Avoid unpopulated areas, deserted streets, and alleys Always carry identification and medical information. If someone makes you feel uncomfortable, trust your feelings and move away. If you are followed, seek safety at a public facility. Consider carrying money and cell in a leg wallet

8 Safety through Awareness Know where your blue light phones are while on campus. Know where your blue light phones are while on campus. Don’t text while walking, you become vulnerable. Don’t text while walking, you become vulnerable. Watch your cell phone conversations. Watch your cell phone conversations. When a teller or clerk asks for your phone number, write it don’t say it. When a teller or clerk asks for your phone number, write it don’t say it. Watch where you are counting money. Watch where you are counting money. Always have an escape plan while walking. Always have an escape plan while walking. Avoid using ATMs in the evening. Avoid using ATMs in the evening.

9 Safety through Awareness When leaving a store or restaurant, know where your vehicle is and have your keys ready. When leaving a store or restaurant, know where your vehicle is and have your keys ready. If you are concerned for your safety, return to the store and ask for assistance, most stores have security for escorts. If you are concerned for your safety, return to the store and ask for assistance, most stores have security for escorts. Make sure all of your contact information in your Pacific Connect is updated. Make sure all of your contact information in your Pacific Connect is updated. Have the Public Safety number in your cell phone address book. Have the Public Safety number in your cell phone address book.

10 Room Security Computer Locks Computer Locks(www.secure-it.com) Storage Boxes Storage Boxes

11 Bicycle Security Suggestions Bike Locks Bike Locks Don’t use Don’t use We suggest using We suggest using

12 Vehicle Protection Alarms Alarms Steering wheel lock Steering wheel lock Kill switch Kill switch Tracking devices Tracking devices

13 Remember You are part of the Public Safety Team in helping keep the University of the Pacific safe. If you see something unusual or suspicious call us right away at You are part of the Public Safety Team in helping keep the University of the Pacific safe. If you see something unusual or suspicious call us right away at


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