Safety Training Calendar  (Spring 2015)

For those wishing to attend one or more of the safety presentation, you must register through the link (located) below the class on the calendar.  Some classes have minimum number of students that need to register for the class to be held.  You will receive a confirmation email when the class is scheduled.

The Xavier Police Department can present these programs to groups on campus.  If you wish to schedule a program for your group or department contact Sgt. Bryce at 513-745-2010 or bryces@xavier.edu.

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September 2015

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The Alarming Truth Fire Safety

1000am - 1200pm

Conaton Boardroom

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Safe and Secure in an Electronic World

12-1pm

Flynn Hall

Register for the Class

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Personal Safety

7:00 -8:00 pm

Flynn Hall

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Dangers of Underage Drinking

10:00-11:00 am

Flynn Hall

 

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Active Shooter Program

12-1pm

Flynn Hall

 

Register for the Class

 

5 to 6pm

Flynn Hall

 

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Personal Safety

7:00 -8:00 pm

Flynn Hall

 

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Active Shooter Program

12-1pm

Flynn Hall

 

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5 to 6pm

Flynn Hall

 

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October 2015

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Campus Emergency Procedures

12-1 pm

Flynn Hall

 

Register for the Class

Personal Safety

7:00 -8:00 pm

Flynn Hall

 

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Active Shooter Program

12-1pm

Flynn Hall

 

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5 to 6pm

Flynn Hall

 

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Dangers of Underage Drinking

10:00-11:00 am

Flynn Hall

 

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November 2015

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Active Shooter Program

12-1pm

Flynn Hall

 

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5 to 6pm

Flynn Hall

 

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Personal Safety

7:00 -8:00 pm

Flynn Hall

 

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Dangers of Underage Drinking

10:00-11:00 am

Flynn Hall

 

Register for the Class

 

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Active Shooter Program

12-1pm

Flynn Hall

 

Register for the Class

 

5 to 6pm

Flynn Hall

 

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December 2015

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Active Shooter Program

12-1pm

Flynn Hall

 

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5 to 6pm

Flynn Hall

 

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Program Descriptions

THE DANGERS OF UNDERAGE DRINKING

Objective is to teach student about the choices available and how to respond when in situations involving alcohol. (a) Personal choices (b) smart choices(c) safe choices (d) life altering choices.

Statistics on death, injury, assault, sexual abuse, unsafe sex, academic problems, health problems, drunk driving, vandalism, property damage, and police involved incidents all relating to alcohol will be presented during the program.  The student will also learn what low risk and high risk drinking are, what are the signs of alcohol poisoning and what should they do if they encounter it. The program will also cover myths v. facts about alcohol and campus drinking.

ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE

This interactive program will inform student, staff and faculty of how to respond safely and quickly in the case of an active shooter incident. (a) How to recognize a possible active shooter threat/reporting the threat (b) Getting out of the area safely (c) techniques to overcome the threat if necessary.  After watching a video, the students will be placed in a simulation exercise involving different active shooter scenarios.

PERSONAL SAFETY

This program will explore how to be safe on campus.  Students will learn vehicles safety, off campus housing safety, how to avoid being a victim of an opportunity crime, and how alcohol use can lead to a higher risk of being a victim of a crime.  They will learn how to contact the Xavier Police and how to use and Assistance Phone.

CAMPUS EMERGENCIES 101

Campus Emergencies 101:  is a program designed to provide the Xavier University community with a comprehensive understanding of the types of campus emergencies and to apply "an all hazards approach" to address a variety of events including earthquakes, fires, explosions, hazardous materials releases, extended power outages, floods, or mass casualty events.

We will also discuss the NIMS Model (National Incident Management System) and preparing SMART Objective (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely) to assist with emergency management and planning

SAFE AND SECURE IN AND ELECTRONIC WORLD

In this class you will learn the various types of online information theft and security risks and to provide safety tips to help adults have a safe and secure experience online.  We will dicusse  identity theft and explore ways in which criminals access information.  Other topics covered are:

  • Tips to keep information secure from theft
  • Facts regarding Internet Service Providers and the security of your personal information
  • How newsgroups, personal web pages, and web browsing expose and jeopardize personal information
  • Understand how spyware, spamming, and phishing collect personal information and how you can protect yourself from them
  • Safe and secure emailing
  • Shop safely online, online auction fraud and discover ways to recognize and avoid it

Review tips for secure wireless and home computing