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Vehicle Safety And Security

Vehicle Safety And Security

Security arrangements in the University aim to protect people and property around the University. These include alarms and closed-circuit TV systems in many major University sites, as well as a 24-hour a day uniformed patrol service. Many of the Security Officers are trained in emergency aid and Defibrillator use. The Security Gatehouse monitors the CCTV images and most of the intruder and fire alarm systems.

Be aware about your personal safety and security by following these basic rules:

  • Avoid isolated places, especially at night.
  • Stick to well-lit routes where there are people in sight.
  • Try not to be out alone after dark.
  • If you are going out late, try to tell someone where you’re going and what time you expect to be back.
  • Mobile phones, laptop computers, digital music players are attractive to thieves. Be careful about where you take them and how you use them. Mark them with a UV pen detailing your name and address.
  • Never get into a taxi on the street unless it is a black cab. Only use a private-hire cab that you have booked by phone.
  • Don’t accept lifts from strangers.
  • Trust your gut feelings and avoid persons and situations that make you feel uncomfortable.