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Crime Prevention Tips

Cell Phone Safety

Safety Posters

On Foot

By Car

Bike Safety

On Buses and Subways

Jogging and other Outdoor Activities

Dating Safely

Think Before You Drink

If Someone Tries to Rob You

ATM Safety

Campus Housing Safety

Residential Safety

Safety Tips in the Office, Classroom or Lab

Con Artists

Computer Security

Identity Theft

Active Shooter

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Jog with a known companion and never alone.
Stay alert at all times and be aware of your surroundings.
The wearing of headphones while jogging can reduce your level of alertness.
Jog in a familiar area. Do not jog in a heavily wooded, poorly lighted or
  secluded area.

While jogging avoid shortcuts through deserted parks, vacant lots or unlit

Stay away from shrubbery, trees, or doorways which can provide

Wear bright colored clothing to improve visibility.

Avoid jogging at night.

Consider carrying a whistle or other noisemaker and sound it loudly if you are
  accosted or feel threatened.

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f followed go to the nearest residence, open business, or group of people.
  Call police.

Carry some form of identification.

Never leave your belongings unattended anywhere.

Campus Safety & Security at Johns Hopkins University Emergency number: 410-516-7777