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ISU Public Safety

Residence Life Safety

Special Safety Tips for Living On Campus!

Don't Leave the Door Open to Crime!

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Although it is felt that student residence facilities at Idaho State University are relatively safe, theft and various crimes against persons are problems experienced in residence hall facilities at colleges and universities throughout the nation.

Living in a residence hall is convenient and fun...and it can be safe too.

At Idaho State University, we are beginning to equip residence halls with card readers, and any student who enters the building after hours must have an ISU identification card.

What happens if you lose your card? You will have to get another one, but if you report it lost/stolen anyone who finds your card will not be able to use it to enter the residence hall as it will be de-activated.

Pretty neat, right? But don’t rely on this only -

The following are some good crime prevention practices that will assist you even further in protecting yourselves and your property.

Operation Identification!

Residents should engrave valuable items with the identification number and keep a record of descriptions and serial numbers. Bicycles should be registered. Visit our on-line Bicycle Registration page.

Public Safety officers have engravers and inventory forms, and can assist with the engraving. These services are free of charge.

Obscene Phone Calls!

Hang the phone up immediately! Record the time, what was said and any special sounds or noises. Contact Public Safety.

ISU PUBLIC SAFETY
CAMPUS BOX 8140, BLDG. 27
POCATELLO, IDAHO 83209

208-282-2515
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Last Modified: 01/30/09 at 02:55:59 PM