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Don’t leave anything valuable in your car—such as handbags, wallets, cell phones or laptops. Don’t leave anything in your glove compartment or center console—it is the first place thieves look. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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Don’t leave your books unattended. If you think your books were expensive the first time, imagine how you’ll feel if you have to replace them. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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Make plans & be prepared. When going out, know ahead of time who is going and plan to stay together as a group. Construct a backup plan for the day/night so that all of your friends know where to meet up if someone gets separated and/or their phone dies. Always have a designated sober friend in the group, even if they won’t be driving. Be sure to check that you have everything you need before you leave — a fully charged phone, the number for a reliable cab company, enough cash to get you home, etc. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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Be the first to know if COD is closed for bad weather or if there is an emergency on campus. Get Rave Alerts and check to make sure we’ve got your correct phone number. www.getrave.com/login/cod.
—September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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If you are a victim or witness of a crime, report it to the COD Police Department as soon as possible. Obtain as much information as you can about the perpetrator(s) without endangering yourself. Try to notice such things as height, weight, build, race, color and length of hair, color of eyes, clothing, and any scars or tattoos that may help identify the criminal. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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Take control of your online life. Be mysterious online. Think twice before you share personal information. Constantly posting social media updates on your whereabouts, activities or even class schedules may allow someone to track your every move. Use your best judgment when “checking-in” on Facebook or Foursquare and geo-tagging images you post to Instagram. Remember this motto: If you would not share the information with a stranger, then you shouldn’t share it online. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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Watch your stuff in the library. You may need to take a quick run to the vending machines to fuel up . . . just as someone happens to walk by and see your phone and laptop unattended. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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Don’t let your computer get lonely. Laptops left on their own often walk off with others. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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Engrave valuable possessions with serial numbers or owner-recognized numbers. Did you know you can check out an engraver from the COD Police Department? —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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44% of rape victims are under 18,
80% are under 30,
82% of rapists are known by the victim. Trust your instincts. If you feel unsafe, or even uncomfortable, in any situation, go with your gut. Don’t worry about what others think; your own safety comes first.

Make sure that you have verbal and sober consent before engaging in sexual activity. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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Check out the COD Student Safety Video for some basic information about safety on campus http://cod.edu/multimedia/safety/
—September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
Safety at College of DuPage. Learn about how to stay safe from fire, severe weather and other dangers while on campus.
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Party smart. Guard your drink at parties. Don’t accept one from people you don’t trust or know well. Stick to drinks you got or prepared yourself. If you happen to walk away from it, get a new one. If you’re drinking alcohol, keep track of what you’ve consumed so that you can stay in control. If you feel like you’re getting sick or are too intoxicated, ask a friend for help getting you to a safe place or to a hospital. —September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
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College of DuPage is Illinois' second largest provider of undergraduate education, after University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. With more than 26,000 students, COD serves nearly 25% of all high school students in District 502.


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