Safety Resources

In our continuing effort to increase safety and awareness, the District Police Department has adopted several new technologies designed to relay important information and increase awareness for all who visit our campuses.

Students, faculty, staff, visitors and parents are strongly encouraged to sign up today for one, or all of our emergency alert/notification solutions listed below. Through education and awareness, you will increase your personal safety, as well as the safety of those around you.


Public Alert Software

TipSoft Alerts

TipSoft Alerts is an informational text messaging and email alert service that allows the District Police Department to communicate with the public regarding events in our area such as crime, fugitives, Amber Alerts, and other emergencies. To sign up for TipSoft, please click on the following link.

Sign Up for Alerts

 

TipSoft WebTips

Submit Tips from any Web Browser! In an effort to encourage the prevention of crimes on campus, we are now using TipSoft WebTips. Through this web application, you are able to anonymously submit crime tips to the District Police Department. Two-Way Dialog features allow the tipster to return at their convenience and securely provide uploaded images and additional information to their original tip and administrators can securely ask questions or provide information back to the tipster as well. Use this link to assist us in maintaining a safer environment for all who visit our great campus.

Sign Up for Tips


Social Media

Facebook

The District Police Department regularly posts arrests, crime prevention tips, statistics, emergency notifications and general topics of interest. This social networking endeavor began in 2011 and has proven an effective and relevant manner in which to keep students, staff, faculty and visitors informed.

Like Us on Facebook

 

Google+

The District Police Department recently included Google+ in an effort to increase public awareness. Google+, like Facebook, will be used to post arrests, crime prevention tips, statistics, emergency notifications and general topics of interest.

Google+