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4-1-1 on Severe Weather Safety

On Monday, April 11, from 12-2 p.m. and again from 5:30-6:30 p.m., the Department of Public Safety and the Public Safety Advocates will be at the ArtStreet Amphitheater providing the 4-1-1 (on 4/11...see what we did there?) on severe weather in Ohio and how to stay safe during storm season. 

Why Severe Weather Safety?

Although our UD campus is in southwest Ohio, our community members come from all over the world. Many are unfamiliar with tornado season, the difference between a "watch" and a "warning" and what they should do if they hear the emergency siren sounding on campus during a storm. 

Why Hold Two Sessions?

The event, sponsored by Pepsi, is open to all passersby. By making the event open from 12-2 p.m. and then again from 5:30-6:30 p.m., more students and officers will have a chance to stop by the event. Students are welcome to stop by at one or both of the event times to grab a snack and beverage from Pepsi and pick up valuable information about staying safe during storm season.

Why Should I Attend?

Aside from the free snack, beverage and information, you can pick up one of Public Safety's new magnets! This magnet features a QR code that leads to frequently updated crime prevention and safety tips on Public Safety's website. The magnet will also be featured in upcoming social media posts where those who scan the QR code can learn about upcoming events, participate in challenges and win prizes. By being one of the first to have a magnet, you can help shape the content you see on Public Safety's Instagram account. 

Wait. Public Safety Is On Instagram?

Yes! Where have you been? Follow us at UD_PublicSafety. 


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