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Welcome to The University of Toledo Police Department (UTPD) website. We have designed the website to deliver the latest safety and security information to our students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Please spend some time educating yourself on safe choices and best practices and let us know how we are doing. Thanks for visiting our website and for other UTPD safety information please visit us on our facebook site.
UTPD Officer Fred Cerrone Retires
By UTPD Staff
Congratulations to Officer Fred Cerrone on his recent retirement. Officer Cerrone (left) is congratulated by Chief Jeff Newton (right) and presented with a plaque and retirement badge. Officer Cerrone, who began his career with the former Medical College of Ohio Police Department, provided 25 years of service to the campus community. The UTPD offers best wishes to Fred on his retirement.
UTPD's Safety Event - Wednesday, February 26th, 7:00 - 9:00 PM at the Student Union 2592
By Chief Jeff Newton
On Wednesday February 26th UTPD and Student Government will be hosting a safety event between 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. in the Student Union, 2592. We will entice you to check out the event with the offer of pizza and the opportunity to win prizes. I will be there to briefly discuss the ways UT Police communicates with students during both emergencies and non-emergencies, encourage students to take advantage of safety technology available to UT students like the smart phone app Lifeline Response EDU and answer questions and take suggestions about safety.
After pizza and my brief remarks, UTPD is offering students two fantastic training options; ALICE and Healthy Boundaries. ALICE stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate, and will help you survive a shooting or violent incident. ALICE will open your eyes to options you may have never considered in a life or death situation. It’s training that transfers to any environment and will stay with you well after college. Sergeant Doug Perry will instruct ALICE.
The most common form of violence is not random violence, but violence found within context of personal and romantic relationships. Healthy boundaries helps students learn healthy relationship skills, providing mutual balance and growth within a relationship and constructive ways to deal with conflict. Healthy Boundaries training is lead by Lt. Tressa Johnson, also a certified counselor.
Prior to the event, I will be conducting a Twitter safety chat from 6-7 p.m. Follow UTPD on Twitter at @UToledoPD, and LifeLine Response EDU at @LLResponse and participate with the hashtag #UTSafetyChat to join the conversation.
Participate in the Twitter chat at http://utole.do/safetychat or with the Twitter website or app.
Look forward to seeing you Wednesday night.
UT Office of Public Safety issues the 2013 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for 2012
By UTPD Staff
Vehicle Break-In Prevention Safety Tips
Increases in crimes such as vehicle break-ins often correspond with warming weather. The University of Toledo Police Department and the Toledo Police Department are urging students to take precautions to combat thefts from motor vehicles:
• Keep vehicle doors locked.
• Keep windows rolled-up.
• Leave nothing of value in your car.
• If you have to leave an item of value in your car, make sure it is not in view.
• Play music at a reasonable level. Loud music draws unnecessary attention to high-end or upgraded stereo systems. Your vehicle will be targeted.
Please follow these tips and keep your property safe, whether on campus or off campus. Be a responsible member of the community. If you see someone suspicious, or have information on a crime, please report it to the police.
Non-emergency: text 69050, keyword utpd
Remember: See it, hear it, report it!
Crime and Community Awareness Bulletins
UT Police has introduced a pair of reporting tools symbolic of the UTPD's committment to providing information about reported crime in the area.
Community Awareness Bulletins consist of reports from citizens and other law enforcement agencies about off campus incidents. The information contained in these bulletins is subject to change as facts and circumstances arise. They are in no way is this communication intended to be a comprehensive record of all reported off campus incidents.
Crime Awareness Bulletins are intended to educate the campus community on crime trends that may impact them or the institution. They are also used to seek the assistance of the campus community in identifying suspects or individuals involved in crimes.
Residence Hall Security
The University of Toledo Police Department would like to remind students to be vigilant concerning the security of the residence halls. Remember, your residence hall is your home. Never leave doors to the building propped open. Never allow an unknown person or persons to enter. Never let anyone into your suite who you do not know. Suite doors should always remain locked, even when you are there.
Itis illegal to enter another person’s suite uninvited. Individuals who enter a room uninvited may appear to be social or lost but actually may be looking for opportunities to commit crimes. Please report any suspicious incidents immediately to the University of Toledo Police Department at 419.530.2600.