Preventing Crime in the Residence Hall
It's up to you!
Preventing crime in residence halls is as simple as closing a door. Universities want college students to be comfortable in their residence halls but often, with comfort comes complacency. By practicing a few simple safeguards, crime in residence halls can be decreased. Here are a few helpful hints for residence hall safety.
Crime in residence halls is usually crime of opportunity. If you remove opportunity, you substantially lower the chance you will be a victim of crime!
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