Public Safety Monthly Newsletter
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September 2021: Message from VP James F. McShane, Free Self Defense Class, PSO's Quick Response Helps Revive Male from Overdose, Sergeants Find Quick Solution to Free Resident Trapped in Room, PS Partners with Vistelar, and more.
Read Past Issues
Read: Public Safety Places Second in Move-a-thon Challenge to Fight Against Hunger, Public Safety Helps New University Employees Stay Safe, New Sergeants Recieve Training from Columbia University Emergency Medical Services (CUEMS), Service Complaint Form Now Online, and more.
Read: Public Safety Hosts Free Self-Defense Class, Five New Sergeants Join the PS Team, Supervisors Retrace Individual's Injuries to Assist Hospital Staff with Treatment, Public Safety Officer Helps Protect University Property and Community, and more.
Read: Situational Awareness Training, PS helps set the stage for safe commencement, Allied Security Officer Rosa Rodriguez receives compliments from students, Updated summer operations for the on-demand Evening Shuttle (Via), New Safe Havens added in the Morningside, Medical Center, and Manhattanville communities, and more.
Read: Officers Roll Up Their Sleeves and Get Vaccinated, Four Public Safety Officers Join the 25-Year Club, Officer Keron Bowen Receives Anonymous Thank You Note, PS Supports a Sustainable Columbia, Safety and Crime Prevention Tips, and more.
Read: Employees receive perfect attendance and promotion recognitions, Celebrating Women's History Month, Officer Murray receives a shoutout from Columbia student for his exceptional service at Hartley Hall, Crime Prevention Tips, and more.
Read: Introduction to Public Safety Newsletter, Officer Recognition, Tax Season Crime Prevention tips, Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for 2020, University Releases Report of the Inclusive Public Safety Working Group, and more.