At the School of Career Education…
We consider the personal and physical safety of our students, faculty, and staff necessary for a successful learning environment. Part of crime prevention is individual safety consciousness and awareness of one’s personal environment. The School of Career Education suggests the following crime prevention measures, which can contribute to personal safety and security:
- Do not leave valuable items in your car, including personal items and school related materials.
- Do not park in isolated areas.
- When using a personal vehicle, keep the doors locked at all times. Before entering a vehicle, always look around the vehicle and in the back seat.
- Keep personal keys in your possession at all times.
- At night, travel in well-lighted areas and in pairs if possible. Avoid short cuts and deserted areas.
- Notice and be aware of suspicious persons and conditions.
- Leave items of high monetary value at home.
- Do not leave personal property unattended.
- Do not carry more cash than necessary and do not advertise what you have.
- Mark personal items with your name or some other traceable identification.
- Do not bring any kind of firearm, dangerous weapons, explosives, or lethal materials onto School of Career Education property.
- If anything makes you feel unsafe or threatened, dial 9-1-1.
The U.S. Department of Education has produced a variety of free information on the topics of safety, crime and violence in the Nation’s schools. The intended audience for this information are educators, administrators, safety officials and parents. All of the information is available at no cost from the ED Pubs website.
View our Campus Safety and Security Report.