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    2017 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

    The 2017 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available for viewing. The report contains campus crime and fire statistics as well as information about campus security policies, procedures, and programs.

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    Rave Guardian Mobile Safety App

    Boise State has a mobile safety app called Rave Guardian that allows you to text a tip and call Security at the touch of a button, and designate a guardian to check in on you when you are out and about.

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    Bike Theft Awareness Video

    Check out this helpful new bike theft video produced by the Boise Police Department and the Boise State University Department of Public Safety to learn how best to protect your bike.

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    Campus Security Escorts

    A security escort service is available upon request by calling the the Boise State University Department of Public Safety at (208) 426-6911. This service is free and available 24 hours a day, any day of the week.

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    Report a Concern Anonymously

    The Anonymous Reporting Form and the Silent Witness Program allow members of the university community to anonymously report criminal activity and other threats and/or concerns.

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    Be Notified of an Emergency

    BroncoAlert is a phone and text-based system allowing the university to proactively notify students, faculty and staff when an emergency is taking place on or near campus.


Report a Crime Anonymously

If you have information about a crime that has occurred on campus but wish to report the information anonymously, call Crime Stoppers at (208) 343-2677 (COPS) or go to the “Silent Witness” page. Your information will be taken with the strictest confidence by specially trained personnel. Tipsters are issued code numbers to protect their anonymity and never provide their name or personnel information. Contact us at policeuniversitysecurity@boisestate.edu for more information.



National Safety News


Senate Passes Anti-Hazing Bill Drafted After Penn State Hazing Death

April 21, 2018, 11:00 am

The Senate unanimously approved the bill that would create prosecution tiers for hazing and establish the crimes of organizational and institutional hazing. The post Senate Passes Anti-Hazing Bill Drafted After Penn State Hazing Death appeared first on Campus Safety Magazine.


ASU Police Warn of Sex Traffickers at College Parties

April 20, 2018, 1:14 pm

ASU police say sex traffickers are attending college parties to recruit women into prostitution by putting them in compromising positions and threatening to expose them to the campus community. The post ASU Police Warn of Sex Traffickers at College Parties appeared first on Campus Safety Magazine.


Increasing Student Demand for Housing at Texas A&M Commerce with Wireless Locks on Room Doors

April 20, 2018, 1:30 am

Attend this webcast to hear about the current trends specific to residence hall security and why more and more schools are considering electronic locks at residence hall room doors The post Increasing Student Demand for Housing at Texas A&M Commerce with Wireless Locks on Room Doors appeared first on Campus Safety Magazine.


Conference on Crimes Against Women Brings Experts, Advocates Together

April 19, 2018, 9:43 pm

The conference helps attendees prevent and respond to crimes against women in their communities. The post Conference on Crimes Against Women Brings Experts, Advocates Together appeared first on Campus Safety Magazine.


Binghamton University Stabbing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Dorm Killing

April 19, 2018, 3:37 pm

Binghamton students have expressed concerns regarding their safety as Sunday's stabbing marks the second student murder in five weeks. The post Binghamton University Stabbing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Dorm Killing appeared first on Campus Safety Magazine.

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