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The Wright State Police Division takes pride in building and maintaining positive relationships within the community. Our goal is to make the community safer and provide excellent service and this is why we strive to maintain a quality community policing program. The goal and focus of our programming is to provide educational training for faculty, staff and students. The programming we offer focus on various safety measures and risk reduction techniques. While the police division focuses these programs on specific topics such as alcohol use awareness, sexual assault awareness, general safety tips, and recognizing distressed individuals and violent intruders, officers are always willing to address other current or prudent educational topics. The Wright State Police Division is always looking to increase awareness and safety on our campus. Below you will find a description of these various educational programs and a request form to start the process. We look forward to serving you, Raider Up!
This program will focus on securing one’s property in their residence halls, vehicles and all other areas around campus. There is a focus on risk reduction as it pertains to property theft and identity theft. There are some general safety rules that will be covered regarding walking on campus and personal safety techniques. The instructor may utilize a PowerPoint, hands-on demonstration, and other possible educational material.
This program is designed to increase survivability in a violent intruder incident. The university has adopted the Run, Hide, Fight program that was created by the Miami Valley Crime Prevention Association (MVCPA). The instructor will go over the concepts of these program in detail in an effort to prepare and empower members of the campus community should a violent intruder incident occur. The instructor may utilize a PowerPoint, videos, hands-on demonstration, and other possible educational material.
This program will cover the various laws and penalties in Ohio associated with underage drinking, open containers, disorderly conduct, false identification, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, and several other areas associated with alcohol use. There is also a focus on residential housing policy and violations that are processed though the University student conduct system. There is also a focus on binge drinking and the inherent dangers of this. The instructor may utilize a PowerPoint, fatal vision goggles, hands-on demonstration, and other possible educational material.
This program will cover statistics related to sexual assaults on college campuses. There will be information provided regarding the legal definitions of sexual assault-related offenses. While all sexual assaults may not be able to be prevented, the instructor will focus on several risk-reduction techniques. The instructor will also provide an overview of what a police investigation may look like, protection orders, campus resources/support, and hospital care. It is important to report acts of sexual assault and information will be provided on reporting options and holding the perpetrator accountable for their actions. The instructor may utilize a PowerPoint, hands-on demonstration, and other possible educational material.