Campus Security Policies
- Alcohol and Weapons
- Building Security Policy
- Campus Security Act
- Missing Student Protocol
- Surveillance Equipment
- Crime Reporting
- Blue Emergency Lights
- Safety Escort Program
- Sexual Violence Programs
- Share The Road
- Protecting Personal Property
- Personal Safety Tips
When Walking or Jogging
1. Avoid walking or jogging alone and never walk or jog after dark. If you must travel alone at night use the UND Safety Escort Service (777-3491) to escort you to your destination on campus or locations near campus. This service is provided 24 hours a day by UND security or police officers.
2. Avoid dark or vacant campus areas. Walk along well lit routes.
3. Be alert to your surroundings. If you suspect you are being followed, run in a different direction, go to the other side of the street and yell for help, or head quickly for a lighted area or a group of people.
4. Have your keys ready when returning to your residence hall or apartment and keep your personal or valuable items concealed and close to your body.
5. Be aware of the on-campus “Blue Light” security system. These telephone units are highly visible and located throughout campus and can be used to contact police in a crisis situation. Locations of these “Blue Lights” are available at the UND Police Department (777-3491).
6. Stand tall, walk purposefully and make eye contact with those around you. If you feel uncomfortable in a situation, leave.
If you see any suspicious activity or people on or near the University campus, it is your responsibility to call the UND Police Department (dial 911) immediately and report what you have seen. Do not assume that what you see is an innocent activity or that another individual has already called the police. Do not worry about being embarrassed; rather think about what could happen if you do not act. However, do not approach suspicious individuals, this could put you in immediate physical danger.