Signs of behavior that might be suspicious:
- A person trying to enter a residence without the proper access card.
- A person running and looking about furtively, as if he or she were being watched or chased.
- A person going door-to-door in an office building or residential area.
- Any person forcibly entering a locked vehicle or building.
- Transactions being conducted from vehicles, especially near schools or parks. You may be witnessing an illegal drug sale or sale of stolen property.
- One or more persons sitting in a parked car closely scanning the area.
- A person (especially a juvenile or female) being forced into a vehicle.
- A person exhibiting unusual mental or physical symptoms.
- Unusual noises, including gunshots, screaming, sounds of fighting, barking dogs, or anything suggesting foul play, danger, or illegal activity.
If you see suspicious activity in your building or on / in the vicinity of campus, IMMEDIATELY report it to Public Safety by providing the following information:
- Person's last known location and direction of travel.
- What made the person's actions suspicious?
- Did the person say anything? If so, what?
- Did the person appear intoxicated?
- Were any weapons displayed or was there threat of a weapon?
- Provide a description of the person including: Gender, race, age, height, weight, complexion, eye / hair color, facial hair, scars, and tattoos.
Don't assume someone else has called Public Safety. If person(s) involved in suspicious activity are in a vehicle, provide vehicle make, model, color and license plate number.
If you see something, SAY SOMETHING!