Avoid Being the Victim of Theft!

TextbookTheftIt’s a sad fact of our world; Unattended laptops, textbooks, campus IDs, and bags attract thieves. It’s that time when we need remind everyone: PLEASE be careful with your belongings.

While it’s true that campus police report that on-campus thefts tend to increase during the last weeks of every semester, we’re really never free of being vigilant about our personal property.  But raising awareness of this issue can help prevent some theft.

Please do not step away from your valuables, even for a short trip to the copier, printer or restroom.

Ask a friend to watch them for you or (better yet) take them with you. If something is stolen from you while you are in Milne, please do report it to us at the Service Desk. Often, items are turned in by caring souls for your protection and you just might find it is being held for you, but even if it is not, we can help with reporting the loss to University Police. Don’t let the ‘bad guys’ get away with it!

Textbook Theft Rises At Semester’s End

It’s that time of the semester when we need be careful with our belongings.  Campus police report that on-campus thefts tend to increase during the last weeks of every semester.  But raising awareness of this issue can help prevent some theft.

Please do not step away from your valuables, even for a short trip to the copier, printer or restroom.

Unattended laptops, textbooks, campus IDs, and bags attract thieves.   Since book buy-back occurs at the end of each semester, securing your textbooks is especially critical.

Ask a friend to watch them for you or (better yet) take them with you.

 

 

Just an end-of-the-semester reminder… avoid being a victim of theft.

Petty thefts tend to increase at the end of the semester.  Please do not step away from your valuables, even for short trips to the copier, printer, or restroom.   Unattended laptops, text books, Campus IDs, and bags attract thieves.  Since book buy-back occurs soon, securing your textbooks is especially critical.

Take your belongings with you or have a friend watch them while you’re gone.