Crime prevention and awareness at CTC requires the involvement of all members of the college community. The CTCPD strives to provide leadership and direction for this effort through programs ranging from crime prevention presentation to on-site inspections. CTC police officers participate in many crime prevention and community awareness programs each academic year.
CTCPD crime prevention programs stress campus community awareness through the dissemination of materials and presentations to familiarize students, faculty, and staff of their individual responsibility to help reduce criminal activities. Presentations, posters and handouts are all utilized in an effort to make all members of the campus community aware of the potential for crime and information on how to reduce or prevent becoming a victim of crime.
The CTC Student EagleMail, and the weekly employee publication NewsLink, are used for presenting crime information to the campus community which may include the occurrence of serious crimes on the campus. Security awareness and crime prevention programs are based upon a dual concept of eliminating and minimizing criminal opportunities when possible and encouraging students, faculty and staff to share safety responsibilities. Campus Police disseminate serious criminal activity which may have a direct impact on students and staff through the use of Timely Warnings.
Crime prevention and sexual assault programs are presented to students each academin year. Topics covered in these presentations include:
The following crime prevention programs are available on central campus: