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Responding to an Active Shooter - Run, Hide, Fight

The tragic events at Sandy Hook Elementary School serve as a reminder that violent acts such as this can occur anywhere, anytime. University of Maryland Police Officers train routinely for such events.  Students, faculty and staff must also be prepared to respond and react to an active shooter incident. Please take a few moments to review this information on this page and watch the short video below, courtesy of the City of Houston Mayor's Office of Public Safety.

Holiday Safety Tips

With finals approaching and with the holiday season in full swing, please be aware of some important crime prevention and safety tips.   I hope this information serves as a reminder of what you can do to reduce your chance of being the victim of a crime and to help you remain safe during the holiday shopping season.

At your home or UMD residence:

Hurricane Sandy

Dear University of Maryland Community,

Hurricane Sandy is expected to begin affecting UMD College Park on Monday.  The campus administration is working together to ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff and to mitigate the impact of the storm.  Please view Provost Rankin's message to the University Community at http://www.umd.edu/hot-topics.cfm?topic=19041.

Please consider the following tips and precautions:

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