October 26, 2012
Public Safety Blotter
Halloween is a time for trick or treating, creative costumes and social gatherings. During this weekend, we expect to see students having a great time hosting events for children and gathering in the evenings to celebrate this annual event; however, in the past there have been increased incidents of people needing assistance because of excessive alcohol consumption, being stopped by the police for inappropriate behavior and neighbors complaining of loud and late parties. The Selinsgrove Police and the Pennsylvania State Police will have extra patrols in the area. This weekend we ask students to make good decisions, to be considerate neighbors and to follow some basic safety precautions:
· Do not consume excessive amounts of alcohol or drink
· Always watch your drinks at parties and do not drink from
open sources of alcohol like buckets or tubs, etc.
· Walk in groups if you choose to traverse the campus or
borough at night or early morning hours.
· Call Public Safety if you need an escort on or to campus.
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