Crime Prevention Update May 18, 2017

With the campus quieting down, here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety: Earlier this month, the Department of Public Safety released a Timely Warning in reference to a motor vehicle theft that occurred on campus. Although there is no way to eliminate crime, there are several risk reduction strategies you may […]

Crime Prevention Update May 4, 2017

First and foremost, congratulations to all graduating seniors. We wish you the best of luck with your future endeavors. With commencement just a few days away, here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety: For those who will be attending or participating in Spring Commencement, the Department of Public Safety would like […]

Crime Prevention Update April 20, 2017

With finals just around the corner, here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety: The Department of Public Safety and Fire and EMS is always looking for ways to better serve the campus community. Please take a few moments to complete a survey concerning Public Safety’s involvement on campus. The link will […]

Parking Information for Move-Out from Residence Halls

Parking Information for Move-Out from Residence Halls  The College of Charleston’s offices of Residence Life, Public Safety, New Student Programs, and Parking Services have partnered together so that we can provide convenient parking for the families of students moving out of residence halls for the summer. Be advised that any street parking other than metered […]

Crime Prevention Update April 6, 2017

With the spring semester quickly moving along, here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety: This week, the Safe Campus Outreach, Prevention & Education Peer Team (S.C.O.P.E.) launched the Red Flag Campaign. The Red Flag Campaign addresses interpersonal violence (e.g., dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking). The purpose of the campaign is […]

Crime Prevention Update March 23, 2017

It is hard to believe how quickly the spring semester is passing by. With April right around the corner, here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety: The annual Cooper River Bridge Run will take place on April 1, 2017. With this event just around the corner, please take a moment to […]

Crime Prevention Update March 9, 2017

I hope everyone is enjoying their spring break. As we await the return of our students, here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety: There has been an increase of bicycle thefts on campus. Many of the bicycles targeted were secured using a cable lock, or not locked at all. Invest in […]

Crime Prevention Update February 23, 2017

It is hard to believe how quickly the spring semester is passing by. With March right around the corner, here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety: There has been an increase of bicycle thefts on campus. Many of the bicycles targeted were secured using a cable lock, or not locked at […]

Crime Prevention Update February 9, 2017

I hope everyone had a happy and safe Homecoming. We enjoyed seeing students, faculty, and staff at the various events throughout the week. Here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety:   You may have noticed signs around campus highlighting Public Safety’s “See Something, Say Something” initiative. This is a national campaign […]

Crime Prevention Update Jan 26, 2017

The spring 2017 semester is off to a strong start. As everyone continues to settle in, here are a few things to pass along from Public Safety: The College kicks off homecoming week this Sunday, January 29th, through Saturday February 4th.  Public Safety will be participating in several of the festivities. Keep an eye out […]