CAMPUS SAFETY Police Services Emergencies…………………………..……………………………..(360) 867-6140 Non-Emergency Dispatch…………….............................(360) 867-6832 Contact to request an escort to/from lower campus and other non-emergencies, such as lock outs and maintenance needs afterhours Office of Sexual Assault Prevention …….……….(360) 867-5221 Provides appropriate services and support to survivors of sexual assault. Services include accompaniment to care, information on reporting procedures and legal advocacy, and counseling referrals. Student Health Center …………….............................360) 867-6200 Provides on-campus health care for acute conditions and injuries, referrals to greater campus community health services and sexual health services.
SAFETY TIPS @ TESC DOORS Never prop open building doors. Always lock your door when you leave your room or when sleeping. PERSONAL BELONGINGS Engrave all valuable items with your driver’s license number Keep a record of their description and serial numbers. WINDOWS Lock your windows. Shut your blinds when you are not home, so theives can’t scope our your stuff. PARKING LOTS Police Services (867-6832) to escort you from a parking lot or upper campus. PHONE Enter Police Services (867-6140) into your phone contacts.
BEACH Do not use the beach trails after dark by yourself. Bring a friend and flashlight if you go there in the dark. KEYS Never put your room number on your key. WALKING AT NIGHT Keep your hands free and walk with confident. Do not listen to your iPod or talk on the phone. Stay alert! Travel in groups of two or more and walk in well-lit, heavily-traveled areas. Take the safest route, not the fastest route. SUSPICIOUS PERSON/THING If you see something OR someone suspicious, call Police Services. You may prevent harm from happening to you or your neighbors. If you see something, do something! SAFETY TIPS @ TESC
FIRE ALARMS BUILDING ALARM 1.Leave the building immediately! DON’T USE the elevators! 2.Meet at the big rock next to the Pavilion (indoor soccer field/Thunderdome). Tell RAD staff that you evacuated the building. Tell RAD staff if you believe someone was unable to evacuate the building or may need assistance evacuating. 3.Do not re-enter the building until given permission from the fire department.
EMERGENCY PHONES Safety phones have been installed around campus: A, B, C, & F dorms parking lots CAB Building Communications Building Geoduck Beach Property Mod Housing Laundry & walkway Seminar I Building two locations in Seminar II Organic Farm These phones are equipped with a push button and flashing blue strobe light that when activated directs your call to Police Services.
THINK ABOUT IT… RESPONSIBILITY Personal and community safety is every resident's responsibility. You have a responsibility to make sure your neighbors are safe. Think about how your actions or non-actions impact your neighbors’ safety RED ZONE During the first few weeks of the term, students are particularly vulnerable to safety risks and crime on campus. New students especially have lowered inhibitions and can be targets for theft, injuries, alcohol/drug overdose and sexual assault. POPULATION Evergreen is just like other high-density living communities in that crime exists. College campuses and college students can sometimes be targeted for their high populations and sometimes vulnerable and inexperienced students We want you to have a positive college experience. You must take your safety and well-being seriously. Follow the safety tips recommended here, know your resources, and look out for your roommates and peers!