Department of Public Safety.
This 20 minute video provides critical guidance on how to recognize and survive an active shooter situation. It is one component of Drew University’s emergency training effort and is designed to be used in coordination with Public Safety’s in-person training sessions.
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Participants who attend and complete this Defensive Driving Class will be eligible to receive a reduction of two (2) motor vehicle points from their license and/or an auto insurance discount. (Be sure to check with your insurance carrier to determine their specific discounts and requirements.) This class will also qualify you to drive rental vehicle or the VRC van for University related trips.
The Department of Safety will be offering this one day, five hour course on TBA. The course is taught by Public Safety officers who are certified by the National Safety Council.
To sign up for the class, you must stop at Public Safety Headquarters (located in the Pepin Building) with your payment (cash or check only). Payment is required at the time of registration.
After you sign up, you will be sent a reminder via email which will include the location of the class.
Note: Registration is limited to 25 participants, with a minimum of 10 for the class to run.
Drew University, the “University in the Forest”, is dedicated to providing its students with a safe and secure environment in which to pursue their educational goals. One of the major reasons for Drew’s excellent record is the fact that it is located in Madison, a community that enjoys one of the lowest crime rates in New Jersey. But the primary reason is the on-going cooperation of the University community with the Department of Public Safety.
The Department of Public Safety is responsible for providing an environment that is safe for all members of the Drew community. This responsibility includes crime prevention, fire safety, and educating students as to how they can contribute to a safe campus. Every member of the Drew community must share the responsibility for maintaining a safe and secure campus.
This Web site provides basic information on subjects that are of primary concern to students and to the Department of Public Safety. It also includes public safety statistics for Drew in fulfillment of the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990.