The Annual Report is helpful in understanding how Public Safety works closely with city, state and federal agencies; its partnership with Allied Barton, ADT Advanced Integration, the University City District and other schools in the area; and its role in the community.
It outlines the Penn Patrol Zone, which extends from 30th Street to 43rd Street and from Market Street to Baltimore Avenue. The report also explains the Division‚Äôs training and diversity policies, lists personnel demographics and showcases its community outreach efforts as well as its sustainability practices.
The report highlights the Share-the-Road Campaign, Campus Fire Safety & Emergency Preparedness Day, DPS‚Äôs free self-defense courses, emergency and safety drills, open houses, new technological developments and the many additional services Public Safety provides, including walking escorts, vehicle-lock-out assists and ‚Äújump starts.‚ÄĚ
The full report is available at http://www.publicsafety.upenn.edu/news/public-safety-announces-digital-publication-of-2011-dps-annual-report/