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University Police: Resources

Crime Statistics & Daily Logs

Effective August 1, 2017 the Daily Report: Crime and Fire Logs will not be posted on the GSU Public Safety webpage.  There will be sixty (60) days of logs maintained by GSU Public Safety (Armstrong State Campus) and GSU Public Safety (Statesboro Campus).  A copy of a Crime and Fire Log can be obtained Monday - Friday during normal business hours at either location. 

RAVE Guardian Safety App

Rave Guardian is one of the best ways to not only improve your personal safety but also that of your fellow guardians within your own private safety network. This application provides rapid and proactive communications with friends, family, co-workers, your college or university, and even participation in a 911 call center in the event of an emergency.  

Automatic Electric Defibrillators (AED)

There are eighteen (18) AEDS on the Armstrong Campus. Fifteen (15) are positioned in buildings across campus, two (2) are assigned to police officers on patrol, and one portable unit is in the Athletic Department.

Disaster Preparedness

We've linked to a collection of resources from the Chatham County Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) to help make sure you and your household are prepared when disasters strike.

How to Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft

Use the following resources from the Federal Trade Commission and the Armstrong Police Department to keep yourself protected.

Crime Prevention Tips

Why do crimes occur on campus?

Usually because you:

Tips on what you should always do

Thinking about trying illegal drugs?

Illegal drug use can result in a jail term or other serious legal actions. People who participate in the use of drugs may also:

When going partying beware of the "date rape" drugs.

"Date rape" drugs are often referred to as "roofies." They are easily put into drinks and cause memory loss and an extremely altered state of mind. This makes an individual vulnerable to sexual assault and rape.

Don't let a fun night turn into a nightmare.

Armstrong Police offers rape prevention instructions, known as Defense and Tactical Education (D.A.T.E) and Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.). These classes are comprehensive, women-only courses that begin with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defense training. D.A.T.E and R.A.D. provide women with the knowledge to make educated decisions about resistance and instills confidence in all those that participate in the program. The class is offered only to female students, faculty and staff free of charge. Armstrong Police currently has four nationally-certified R.A.D. instructors and is in the process of acquiring more instructors. The instructors at Armstrong have partnered with the instructors at Georgia Southern University and the Coastal College of Georgia to provide quality instruction at all of the institutions.

For more information, visit the official RAD website

Additional Resources