is National Campus Safety Month and the Montclair State Police Department has
teamed up with the nation’s leading nonprofit campus safety advocacy
organization, the Clery Center for Security on Campus, and other university departments
and organizations to sponsor a series of special events for students, faculty,
“Safe Campus, Strong Voices,” this campus-wide campaign is designed to raise
safety awareness and to promote good practices in personal safety. Events include:
Promotion at Montclair State, ongoing in September
Health Promotion at Montclair State is sponsoring a poster campaign in the Student Center to promote information on the amnesty program for reporting dangerous alcohol situations for medical assistance. The Alcohol Task Force will be continuing their efforts to educate students on making responsible choices and to further research ways to increase awareness of this policy that encourages reporting of dangerous situations related to alcohol use.
of September 24 is National Hazing Prevention Week
The Title IX program will be hosting tables at the Student Center to promote the Hazing Awareness Education Program. In addition, this office is offering training to any organization on campus that wishes to be trained in the MSU Step Up Against Violence – a nationally recognized bystander intervention program designed to encourage active involvement in the safety program here at Montclair State.
Police officers will be doing unannounced safety checks of offices and residential facilities to ensure you are locking and securing your items of value throughout the week of September 24 – if you don’t lock it you may lose it.
ID points will
be set up to engrave an alphanumeric identifier to assist law enforcement and
owners in locating or identifying an item of value (such as a laptop, gaming
system, etc.) should it be lost or stolen. Engraving may be set up anytime by
appointment by contacting P/O Jaison Frazier at x5222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Operation ID dates:
- Thursday, September 20 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., at Police Headquarters located next to the Red Hawk Deck
- Tuesday, September 25 from 1 - 3 p.m., Blanton Hall atrium
September 27 from 2 - 3 p.m., Abbott and Costello Hall at the Village at Little
Falls, 1st floor
September 26: Self
Defense Demonstration, 6 – 8 p.m., Dinallo Heights Multipurpose Room
Join University Police Officers who specialize in the martial arts to learn real world techniques to defend yourself in scenarios on any college campus and beyond. You don’t have to be an expert to learn simple methods to protect yourself. In addition, the University Police sponsors ongoing self-defense classes throughout the semester each Monday from 6:30pm to 8pm at the Campus Recreation Center.
28: Drug and Alcohol Program
Fatal Vision exercise, Student Center Annex area (near University Hall) Police officers will be on hand to demonstrate the effects of alcohol/drugs and how it can alter perception and judgment with specialized goggles.