Campus Safety Week

campus safety week september 19-23, 2022

Campus Safety Week is a time when the UNM Community comes together to observe National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM), held every year in September. Workshops and other activities held throughout the week are designed to bring more awareness and education to safety-related topics that affect UNM students, faculty, and staff, and the larger community of which UNM is a part.

Use hashtags #NCSAM2022 and #CampusSafety and follow CEEO on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for safety and crime prevention tips CEEO and our partners will be posting throughout the entire month of September!

The dates for year’s 7th Annual UNM Campus Safety Week are:

Monday, September 19th – Friday, September 23rd, 2022

If you would like to host an event or other activity during this year’s Safety Week, please contact Adrienne Helms, Clery Coordinator, at ahelms6@unm.edu or 505-277-5251.

Download the full Campus Safety Week Calendar [PDF]

Monday, Sept. 19

Public Safety Forum

Join GPSA, ASUNM, and UNMPD for bagels and coffee and an open discussion about public safety.

Level Up Your Digital Safety

Join CEEO for a prerecorded presentation by EndTAB (https://endtab.org/) Founder Adam Dodge to learn ways you may be vulnerable online and how you can protect your personal, professional, and dating life using technology itself.

Virtual Presentation

Live Twitter Chat: #LevelUpYourDigitalSafety
  • 2:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Tuesday, Sept. 20

Fire Extinguisher Training

If you think "PASS" only refers to what you might say when someone offers you grubs for lunch, you might want to stop by the SUB Atrium for this fire extinguisher training event with Environmental Health & Safety (EHS).

Naloxone & Fentanyl Testing Strip Training

Imbibing? No Driving!

Not all Lobos chose to drink while in college, but for those who do, we’d like to let you know that we’ve surveyed your peers, and the consensus is Lobos party smart! If you decide to drink while at UNM, the Campus Office of Substance and Alcohol Prevention (COSAP) is here to help you make smart choices so that you stay on track to graduation.

7th Annual Safety Walk – Main Campus

Do you want to help make UNM's campus a safer, healthier place? You CAN by joining us for the 7th Annual Campus Safety Walk on Main Campus! This event is a terrific opportunity to get some steps in after dark with other Lobos. We’ll be counting on you to help identify areas in need of better lighting, pruning, and more.

What to bring (all optional):

  1. Flashlight
  2. Smartphone with the Ramblr app installed (https://www.ramblr.com)
  3. A friend (or ten)
  4. Clipboard and pen or pencil
  5. A desire to help keep UNM a beautiful, safe place!

This event is family-friendly and ALL ARE WELCOME. See you then!

Wednesday, Sept. 21

When Disaster Strikes: Emergency Response on Campus (Chalk Talk)

Active Attack Preparedness and Response

"What would you do?" Work through the worst-case scenario of having an active shooter or other attack on campus at this session with UNMPD's Emergency Response team.

Thursday, Sept. 22

Coffee with Our Cops – North Campus

Grab a cup of Joe, have a snack, win some prizes, and get to know the UNMPD officers who protect and serve our campus year-round!

  • 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • UNM Health Sciences Shade Structure (Upper Plaza) – Map
  • Tish Young

Safety Planning Workshop

7th Annual Safety Walk – North Campus

Do you want to help make UNM's campus a safer, healthier place? You CAN by joining us for the 7th Annual Campus Safety Walk on North Campus!  Like the Walk on Main Campus September 20, this event is a terrific opportunity to get some steps in after dark with other Lobos. We’ll be counting on you to help identify areas in need of better lighting, pruning, and more around the UNM Health Sciences Center and other walkways on North Campus.

What to bring (all optional):

  1. Flashlight
  2. Smartphone with the Ramblr app installed (https://www.ramblr.com)
  3. A friend (or ten)
  4. Clipboard and pen or pencil
  5. A desire to help keep UNM a beautiful, safe place!
  • 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
  • UNM Health Sciences Shade Structure (Upper Plaza) – Map
  • Adrienne Helms

Friday, Sept. 23

Coffee with Our Cops – Main Campus

Grab a cup of Joe, have a snack, win some prizes, and get to know the UNMPD officers who protect and serve our campus year-round!

  • 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Cornell Mall (East side of the SUB)
  • Tish Young

Am I Ready to Listen? 101: Listening and Responding Supportively to Accounts of Sexual Misconduct

In this workshop, you will reflect on the multiple variables that impact how to respond when someone wants to disclose to you an account of sexual misconduct. You’ll consider those variables; you’ll also learn the language to communicate your decision supportively and to offer available resources.  Note: Although we do not talk about the details of sexual violence, we do talk about disclosures of sexual violence. 

**Participation by computer is recommended for chatting during this interactive workshop.**

Safe Zone Training

***All events are subject to change. Check back for more to come!***

 

For in-person events, please adhere to guidance and information at bringbackthepack.unm.edu.