Follow-up to “Safety Is Personal: Lessons Learned as a Survivor of the Virginia Tech Tragedy”

Kristina Anderson

If you were fortunate enough to attend Kristina Anderson’s “Safety Is Personal: Lessons Learned as a Survivor of the Virginia Tech Tragedy” on April 10, you probably would like to be aware of the various resources available to mitigate and be prepared for a Targeted Violence scenario.

As mentioned during the class, here are some resources related to the presentations and campus safety panel.  Even if you didn’t get to attend, these resources are worth taking a look at:

Public Safety Crew

If you know of any additional units, colleges, or departments who would like to schedule our Targeted Violence Awareness academics (60 – 90 minutes), fill out the Targeted Violence Awareness Course request form or contact Jan Webster at 208-426-3221.

Thank you and please feel free to contact Rob Littrell (6-3638), Tana Monroe (6-6911), or John Kaplan (6-6911) with any concerns you have with Campus Safety, Emergency Preparedness and/or Emergency Response anytime.  We consider the whole campus community our eyes and ears for the campus, so if you see something suspicious or not quite right, call the Public Safety Communications Center anytime at 208-426-6911.