Sure, we’ve all left something valuable in our car or cut through an alleyway instead of going the long way around. But that’s not being very RamSmart, is it? Nobody asks for a crime to happen to them. But there are concrete things you can do to decrease your chances of becoming a victim. Learn about them here.
- VCU Police Department
- RamSafe (free evening shuttle service)
- 2013 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
- Bike registration
- Emergency Reporting Telephone System
- LiveSafe app
- Operation PC ID
- Rape Aggression Defense training
- Threat Assessment Team
- VCU Police’s daily incident log and safety tips
- VCU Technology Services – Information security
- Victim-Witness Program
Yes, staying healthy means eating right, exercising, getting a flu shot and refraining from doing keg stands, but it also means taking care of your mental and emotional health, and not being afraid to speak up when a friend, roommate or classmate seems to be struggling. The following VCU programs and resources can help you get and stay healthy.
Emergency preparedness. We know what you're thinking. Those monthly siren tests give you a headache. But being prepared for an emergency never hurt anyone. And it could save your life. So take a few minutes to explore these VCU resources.