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Crime Prevention Tips

Cell Phone Safety

Cell Phone Theft Prevention Video

Safety Posters

On Foot

By Car

Bike Safety

On Buses and Subways

Jogging and other Outdoor Activities

Dating Safely

Think Before You Drink

If Someone Tries to Rob You

ATM Safety

Campus Housing Safety

Residential Safety

Safety Tips in the Office, Classroom or Lab

Con Artists

Computer Security

Identity Theft

Active Shooter Video

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• Be aware that you are a potential victim of a crime. Stay alert and
   attuned to people and circumstances around you.
 
• Send the message that you’re calm, confident, and know where
  you’re going, even if you don’t.
 
• Trust your instincts. If something or someone makes you uneasy,
  avoid the person or leave.
 
• On and off campus, know where the emergency phones are located.
 
• Know your neighborhood and campus; find out which buildings are open
  late (or early) and where you go to summon help if needed.
 
• Choose an ATM that is located inside a building or other well-lit locations.
   Never count cash at the machine or in public. Wait until your are in a secure
   place.
 
• Obtain a whistle from the Campus Safety & Security Department and carry it
   with you at all times. Use your whistle to draw attention.

• Take the shuttle or call for an escort.

Use lighted walkways at night.  Criminals do not like lights!  Avoid dark alleys,
  streets or secluded paths.

If someone seems to be following you, turn in the opposite direction or cross
  the street.  If he/she persists, move quickly to the nearest open business or
  group of people and ask for help.

Avoid using cell phones, iPods, or MP3 players while walking.  Suspects
  target cell phones and other items in plain view.

 

Campus Safety & Security at Johns Hopkins University Emergency number: 410-516-7777