LiveSafe – LiveSafe is a free personal mobile application for Wake Forest University students, staff, and faculty to engage in a two-way conversation with WFU police.
Vehicle Overloading Dangers – Just how many people can the Deacon safely get in a car?
Pedestrian Safety – The Demon Deacon learns how to safely use crosswalks.
Alcohol Awareness – Make memories worth keeping!
Tailgating – Game days and tailgating are fun… make sure you have your fun in a responsible way!
Watch Your Stuff – Always keep your belongings in sight if you must leave them somewhere.
Trail Safety – Always have a buddy with you when hiking or walking. You never know what you’ll run into!
Thieves are Watching Your Stuff, Shouldn’t you? – Be aware of your surroundings and the people near you. Always keep your belongings in sight if you must leave them somewhere.
Make Sure You Report Suspicious Activity on Campus – Help University Police help you by noticing and reporting suspicious behavior on Campus and calling 336.758.5591.
“Shots Fired On Campus”
is a 20 minute video that provides you with critical guidance on how to recognize and survive an active shooter situation. This video stresses awareness, preparation and rehearsal, the keys to safety.
Shots fired on campus… the last thing you’d expect to hear. The odds of being involved in a situation like this are similar to your chances of being struck by lightning… It’s a strange thing about lightning though. We use it as a way to describe something that seemingly has no chance of happening. But how many of us would stand next to a metal pole during a thunderstorm? Preparedness is the key to survival.
The University wants all faculty, staff, and students to be educated on the safety issues that may arise on campus. Personal safety is always a concern. This video will teach you how to avoid potential safety problems and introduce you to available resources on campus.
This student orientation video includes messages from Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC), Winston-Salem Fire Department (WSFD), Alcohol Law Enforcement (ALE), and Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD). This video will give you an awareness to North Carolina laws and agencies enforcing these laws regarding alcohol, drugs, and public safety.