Services & Programs

 

Provides safety skills and basic self-defense concepts to improve your chances of surviving a violent encounter. Self Defense is a two part class including an instructional section and a hands-on section.  This event may be scheduled or offered upon request.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Participants will describe one habit common attackers look for in their victims.
  • Participants will demonstrate two defenses against attackers in practical exercises. 

Provides safety skills and basic self-defense concepts to improve your chances of surviving a violent encounter. Self Defense is a two part class including an instructional section and a hands-on section.  This particular course is catered to a female's physical abilities.  This event may be scheduled or offered upon request.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Participants will describe one habit common attackers look for in their victims.
  • Participants will demonstrate two defenses against attackers in practical exercises. 
Provides general crime prevention strategies, provides guidelines for you to use when notifying law enforcement of a crime, and includes an overview of services offered by Public Safety.  Safety Tips by Public Safety provides you with the tools that will assist with property recovery in the event of a theft and general safety tips.  This event is offered upon request.

Provides basic bicycle safety and rules of the road.  Ride with Public Safety offers a riding course for those interested in biking on campus, as well as bike theft prevention strategies.  Participants must provide their own bicycle.  This event is offered upon request.

 

Provides strategies, guidance, and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event.  The Civilian Response to an Active Shooter Event (CRASE) course incorporates the Avoid, Deny, Defend (ADD) strategy developed by Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT).  This event may be scheduled or offered upon request.

Learning outcome:

  • Participants will identify three ways to respond to an active shooter event. 

Next scheduled event:  January 31, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. in Doc Bryan 242. This event is open to everyone in the Arkansas Tech Community. 

Provides American Heart Association (AHA) skills for adult and child CPR and AED use, infant CPR, and how to relieve choking in adults, children, and infants.  This course may require participants to pay a small fee if they wish to receive a certification card.  This event may be scheduled or offered upon request.

Learning outcome:

  • Participants will perfrom life-saving techniques during practical exercises. 
Provides tips for safe and legal alcohol consumption.  Alcohol awareness has a classroom section and a hands-on section.  This event is offered upon request.
Provides education on dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.  This course offers interpretation of criminal laws prohibiting dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.  It also provides information on and off campus resources for those affected by these crimes.  This event is offered upon request.
Provides the opportunity for participants to meet with a group of Public Safety officers for a Q&A session.  This event is offered upon request.
Provides the opportunity for participants to meet with the Chief of Public Safety for a Q&A session.  Refreshments will be provided.  This event is offered at scheduled times throughout the year.
Provides an after-dark service for safely assisting participants between on-campus locations.  Public Safety student workers or officers may walk with or drive the student to their destination.  To use this service, call 479-968-0222 during dark hours.

Provides an annual event hosted by Chief of Public Safety where participants can identify safety concerns on campus that will be recorded for further evaluation.  This event is offered once annually at a scheduled time.

Learning outcome: 

  • Participants will discuss safety concerns on campus and the improvements of those concerns.