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Notre Dame Security Police offers crime prevention & safety tips

Author: Rob Martinez

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As part of the Office of Campus Safety, Notre Dame Security Police work with our partners on and off campus to foster a culture of safety that allows individuals to live, study, work and visit campus in a safe environment.  Please don't hesitate to call NDSP at (574) 631-5555.  This number can be used to access both emergency and other services.  When you don't know who to call, call NDSP!…

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Free Winter Break Property Storage for Off-Campus Students

Author: NDSP

Small property items such as computers, TV's and musical instruments may be brought to Hammes-Mowbray Hall (NDSP, 2nd floor between December 7 to December 12 between the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  After hours, go to the 1st floor NDSP dispatch window in Hammes Mowbray Hall. Items need to be in a box or container, along with the owner's name, cell phone, and email address printed on the box.  If the item is too large for a box or bag, attach a sheet of paper to the piece of property with the same information. The items will be secured in an alarmed room and will need to be retrieved upon your arrival back from break.…

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NDSP Food for Fines Program Helps Those in Need

Author: Cidni Sanders

Food For Fines

For a second year, Notre Dame Security Police’s Parking Services will offer a way to pay off ticket fines and do good at the same time. Through the Food for Fines program, Parking Services will accept nonperishable food as payment for parking violations. The program runs from Monday, Nov. 12, to Friday, Dec. 7. Each donated canned good or food item is worth $2 in fine payments. Up to 30 food items can be donated per person, for a maximum fine value of $60.…

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Review safety plans for severe spring weather

Author: Office of Campus Safety

Weather radar

  The spring season brings the potential for severe weather, including thunderstorms and tornadoes. Now is the time to make or review safety plans for campus and at home.   Watch? Warning? What’s the difference?   The National Weather Service issues watches and warnings. According to NWS, a watch means “be prepared” and a warning…

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