Safety: Special Checks of Residences
order to reduce the opportunity for crime (i.e. criminal mischief,
burglaries, etc.), the Division of Public Safety is again offering
to conduct Special Checks of Residential Properties during the following
timeframe: 6 p.m., Saturday, December 22 to 7 a.m. Sunday,
January 6. Students, faculty and staff who live within
the following geographical boundaries--Schuylkill River to 43rd
Street and Baltimore Avenue to Market Street--may participate.
need to complete and return an application prior to vacating the
premise. Applications may be picked up at the Penn Police Headquarters,
4040 Chestnut Street or on the web. Check the Public Safety website
for complete instructions and security tips.
of Public Safety
next issue is scheduled for Tuesday, January 8, 2002. Copy for that
issue is due no later than Wednesday, January 2. January 2
is also the deadline for the Update in the January 8 issue. January
15 is the deadline for the February AT PENN calendar.
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