Results for Safety, Security, and Preparedness
The forum series will feature focused topical discussions on aspects of university culture, policies, systems, and services.
Learn more about the university’s winter weather preparedness procedures and the comprehensive preparation and collaboration that goes into winter weather planning and deployment.
The department has earned its eighth consecutive reaccreditation.
On Nov. 20, the Virginia Tech Police Department received several reports of items being stolen in non-residential buildings on campus.
Virginia Tech Environmental Health and Safety's new online system for hazardous waste ticket submittal makes it easier than ever for researchers and Facilities employees to arrange waste pickups.
The Virginia Tech Police Department is passing along information regarding a robbery that occurred in Roanoke on Nov. 11.
On Nov. 11, the Virginia Tech Police Department received a report of a sexual assault that occurred in New Cadet Hall on Nov. 2.
The Virginia Tech Police have arrested two men on multiple charges related to a robbery that reportedly occurred on Oct. 22, 2019 in the Squires Student Center Parking Lot.
Upcoming EHS trainings will include all aspects of fall hazard recognition, prevention, and protection.
While the Virginia Tech Police Department, Virginia Tech Emergency Management, Virginia Tech Environmental Health and Safety, and the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad already work closely on a daily basis, they came together under one organization Oct. 1.
The Victim/Witness Assistance Program at Virginia Tech aids victims and witnesses of crime by providing information and support from the reporting of the crime all the way through the court process.
The drill also provides an invaluable opportunity for Virginia Tech Rescue Squad members to train alongside regional emergency response agencies.
The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad, currently in its 50th year, is the oldest collegiate rescue squad in Virginia.
The Building Emergency Coordinator program was established in 2011 by Virginia Tech Emergency Management to coordinate the emergency preparedness and planning efforts among all university buildings.
VTPD Officer Rob Ogle is certified to train K-9 law enforcement teams across the region in the latest detection strategies.
Virginia Tech Emergency Management shares new ways to stay informed on campus.
On April 18, the Virginia Tech Police Department received a report of a sexual assault that occurred in Pritchard Hall during the fall 2018 semester.
On April 16, 2019, the Virginia Tech Police Department received a report of sexual assault which occurred in an unspecified residential facility on the campus of Virginia Tech.
As more and more members of the campus community use ride-sharing services, it is important to take the necessary precautions to safe while traveling in and around campus.
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