UAPD and DHS 'See Something, Say Something Day' This Sunday

#SeeSayDay, SafeZone Mobile Safety App
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#SeeSayDay, SafeZone Mobile Safety App

UAPD is joining the Department of Homeland Security for their "See Something, Say Something Day" Campaign this Sunday, Sept. 25. 

The "See Something, Say Something Day" campaign urges our communities to let authorities know about any activities or situations that may pose a threat to our campus and community.

Each of us can play an important role in keeping our campus safe. If you become aware of something that needs attention, one of the best ways to contact UAPD is through the SafeZone Mobile Safety App. The SafeZone app has a "See it, Say it" function, that allows you to call or chat with UAPD directly. Through the app you can also send images and tips anonymously.

As always, you can also reach UAPD through call or text with our non-emergency phone number, 479-575-2222, anytime.

Please call 911 if you have an emergency or use the SafeZone App while on campus.

Thank you for helping keep our campus safe!

 

Contacts

Allen Porter, community outreach and involvement officer
Public Safety
479-575-7412, alp025@uark.edu

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