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Campus Safety Tips

Campus Safety

The Roane State Community College campus is a great place to learn and grow. But a college campus, like any other community has its share of crime.

Crime is everyone’s business. Learning to work together can lower crime rate, reduce fear and help build a safer and more comfortable environment throughout our campus. The right attitude and actions can help protect you, your belongings, other students and your campus.

It is the intent of the Roane State Police Department is to serve you well in every manner possible. However, this will require the cooperation of the college community as a whole to make the campus of Roane State Community College a safe environment.

Personal Safety

Good self defense is most often mind set awareness or i.e., attitude and does not require fighting, guns or karate. Try to avoid situations that require fighting.

Often, a person simply being and looking alert and displaying an attitude of not putting up with any foolishness will signal a would-be attacker that this person is not a good target.

The opposite behavior, looking timid or afraid, often signals would-be attackers that this person is easy prey.

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