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UPD Programs

Alcohol Risks - Program presented by Chief Burns on risks of drinking and driving. A graphic PowerPoint presentation depicting results of intoxication and fatality traffic accidents. Presentation may be extended for demonstration and use of Fatal Vision "Beer Goggles". Presented upon request. 6x annually.

Domestic/Dating Violence
- Hour program presented by the Victims Assistance Coordinator dealing with the cycle of violence and ways to avoid or get out of a threatening relationship. Presented upon request. 4x annually.

Community Wellness - Hour program exploring ways of reducing crime by maintaining proper lighting, grounds maintenance, and personal safety tips. Presented upon request. 1x annually.

Property Theft - 15 minute presentation to all new employees indicating ways to reduce theft incidents. Presented monthly at New Staff Orientation and upon request.

Operation Dark Star - An active program that encourages students and employees to report poor lighting conditions to UPD. A schedule of inspections are conducted each semester by UPD officers.

Bomb and Biochemical threats - Program directed towards faculty and staff about possible threats of bombs and biochemical incidents. Presented upon request. 3x annually.

Firearm Safety - Program teaching basic firearms safety and discussion of weapons used in law enforcement. Taught by one of UPD's certified firearms instructors. Presented upon request only.

Operation LockOut Theft
- Program that helps students mark their belongings and record vital information in the event something is stolen. Information is retained by UPD to facilitate faster reports in theft cases and increase the likelihood of recovery.