Safety Programs / Presentations
The University of North Texas Police Department is proud to offer the following presentations to students, staff, and faculty:
- TEST self-defense
- Responding to an Active Shooter
- Alcohol & Drug Awareness Presentation
- Protocol for Handling Disruptive Individuals Presentation
- Campus Safety & Personal Awareness Presentation
- Emergency Readiness Training
- Protecting Your Good Name – ID Theft Presentation
- Stalking and Hazing Awareness
- Mutually Cooperative Police Contacts
- Campus Carry
- Spring Break Safety
- Theft Prevention
*Each Program/Presentation is approximately one hour in length and free of charge. Self Defense class is a 3-4 hour course..
*Must have at least a 1 week notice to allow for scheduling. Specialized programs can be offered on a case by case basis.
*The program requestor/group/organization is responsible for advertising, reserving space, and media equipment to show a PowerPoint.
Test (Threatening Encounters and Strategies Techniques)
The Test Program will cover the following defense techniques:
- Use of force human factors
- Prevention psychology
- Principles of avoidance
- Passive release and escapes
- Defensive counter strikes
Responding to an Active Shooter
The Active Shooter Presentation cover the following topics:
- Hide Out /Get Out / Take Out
- How to respond when Law Enforcement Arrives.
- Recognizing signs of workplace violence.
Alcohol & Drug Awareness
The Alcohol and Drug Awareness Presentation covers the following topics:
- Alcohol abuse
- Alcohol violations (State of Texas)
- Marijuana use
- Prescription drug abuse
- Mental effects of alcohol/drug abuse
- Physical effects of alcohol/drug abuse
Protocol for Handling Disruptive Individuals
The Protocol for Handling Disruptive Individuals Presentation covers the following topics:
- Who is a disruptive individual?
- What actions should you take when confronted by a disruptive individual?
- Communication with law enforcement.
- Creating a mental description of a disruptive individual.
- Communicating with a disruptive individual.
- Things to avoid when dealing with disruptive individuals.
- Special tactics to follow when dealing with disruptive individuals.
Campus Safety and Personal Awareness
The Campus Safety and Personal Awareness Presentation covers the following topics:
- Campus Orientation
- Emergency Phones
- Less Lethal Options
- Parking Lot Safety
- Holiday Travel
- Bike Safety
Emergency Readiness Training
Emergency Readiness discusses the basics of fire alarms, weather related emergencies, medical emergencies, Campus Carry Law, active shooter response, handling disruptive persons(s), and reporting to the police department.
- The Emergency Preparedness theme is think, prepare, and act
- Learn the Do’s and Don’ts of fire alarms and evacuations.
- What you need to know about weather related emergencies
- Get information about Notifications like Eagle Alert, Admin Announcements/Emails.
- Learn the fundamentals behind the Campus Carry Law.
- Develop an understanding of the three step process when responding to an active shooter
- Discuss how to safely handle a disruptive person.
- Understand what the police department needs when reporting a suspicious person or situation
Protecting Your Good Name – ID Theft Presentation
The ID Theft Presentation covers the following topics:
- • What is Identity Theft?
- • How your identity can be stolen.
- • How identity thieves can use your personal information.
- • How to prevent identity theft.
- • How to detect identity theft.
- • What to do if you're the victim of identity theft.
The Hazing Awareness Presentation covers the following topics:
- What is Hazing?
- Hazing myths
- Examples of Hazing/Behaviors
- Hazing laws
- What to do if you are a victim of hazing
The Stalking Awareness Presentation covers the following topics:
- What is Stalking?
- Examples of Stalking
- Stalker behaviors
- What to do if you are a victim of stalking
- What info is important for law enforcement to have for a stalking case
Mutually Cooperative Police Contacts
Learn what to expect when contacted by the police.
- Understanding what are your civil rights.
- Discuss the theme, “Cooperate now and Complain later”.
- Learn what is necessary to be consider legally detained.
- What is expected from you during a traffic stop, pedestrian stop, and if you initiate contact.
Campus Carry Presentation covers the policies to ensure a safe environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors.
- Learn the law & UNT’s policy regarding carrying concealed handguns by license holders on campus.
- Know the procedures and responsibilities of a LTC holder.
- Be knowledgeable what is considered concealed carry.
Spring Break Safety
Spring Break Safety Presentation covers:
- Road trips
- Leaving the country
- At the ATM
- In hotels
- Alcohol safety
Theft Prevention Presentation covers:
- How to protect yourself from theft offenses.
- How to prevent theft from your person, vehicle, bicycle, and residence.
- Texas laws pertaining to theft.
- What to do it if happens to you.
|Ofc. Kevin Crawford|