"Protecting the health and safety of employees, students, guests, and the environment is the primary concern of all of us at James Madison University." - JMU Comprehensive Safety Plan Mission Statement opening sentence.
This series is designed to highlight safety topics of importance to the JMU community. Be prepared to do your part to keep our campus secure!
NOTICE: Participants will receive a certificate of completion if they attend all sessions.
Session One: Internet Safety, Course# TD1369
January 29, 2010, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, USB 102
Presented by Peggy Campbell
Are you protecting your identity and protecting JMU while using the Internet? Can you recognize a phishing email? Spamming on your email account? Do you know what your kids are doing on your home computer? These topics and more will be covered at this workshop.
Session Two: Campus Safety, Course# TD1263
No sessions are currently scheduled. If you are interested in this course, please contact:
Session Three: Sexual Assault Prevention, Course# TD1371
July 23, 2010, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, USB 102
Presented by Heather Driver, M.A., LPC
Sexual assault happens on college campuses nation-wide. In fact, college females are at the highest risk for being sexually assaulted than all others in the population. What happens when a student you know has been sexually assaulted? Come learn common emotional reactions to sexual assault, JMU policies and procedures for dealing with sexual assault, and resources on campus to help both you and the student with this issue.