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Community Safety Talks

The K-State Police Department, Hale Library and K-State Student Union are partnering to present a Community Safety Talk series.  The topics of the series will focus on building awareness of public safety issues on K-State’s campus.  Helping to ensure the K-State campus will remain a safe learning environment for all members of our community. The safety talks are open to all members of the K-State community interested in learning more about these important safety topics.

Hale Library

All presentations will be in Room 401B from 12:00 to 1 p.m.

March 12, 2018 – Think Safe on Campus - Community Outreach Officer Randy Myles of the K-State Police Department

Summary:  This presentation will educate the audience on how to recognize and reduce their vulnerability to crimes on campus. This presentation will cover safety resources on campus, crime prevention safety tips, how to prevent and report theft crimes.  

For questions or additional information contact Community Outreach Officer Randy Myles of the K-State Police Department at rlmyles@ksu.edu.

March 15, 2018 – Wellaware-Intervene - WellCAT Ambassadors

Summary: What makes bystanders more or less likely to intervene when someone is in trouble? This presentation prepares the audience to safely take a stand in a variety of situations, including sexual assault and alcohol emergencies.

For questions or additional information contact Community Outreach Officer Randy Myles of the K-State Police Department at rlmyles@ksu.edu.

March 30, 2018 – K-State Conceal Carry Weapons Policy - Community Outreach Officer Randy Myles of the K-State Police Department

 Summary: Do you know the K-State’s Conceal Carry Weapons policy? This presentation will help provide the audience an understanding of the university’s conceal carry weapons policy by defining the term conceal carry. Explaining adequate security measures on campus. Weapon holster and storage requirements and how to handle a situation, when firearms are involved.

For questions or additional information contact Community Outreach Officer Randy Myles of the K-State Police Department at rlmyles@ksu.edu.

April 12, 2018 - Stop the Bleed Module 1 - Officer Dustin Parker of the K-State Police Department

Summary:  Did you know that a person can die from blood loss within five minutes? No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene and best positioned to provide first care. Stop the Bleed training teaches you a variety of bleeding control techniques.

This safety talk will teach you the fundamentals of using compression and tourniquets to control bleeding. If you complete this training and Stop the Bleed Module 2 you can earn your Stop the Bleed certification. Enroll soon via HRIS as space is limited! Class size set at 10.

For questions or additional information contact K-State Emergency Management at kstateem@ksu.edu

April 16, 2018 - Stop the Bleed Module 2 - Officer Dustin Parker of the K-State Police Department

Summary:  Did you know that a person can die from blood loss within five minutes? No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene and best positioned to provide first care. Stop the Bleed training teaches you a variety of bleeding control techniques.

This safety talk will teach you the fundamentals of using compression and tourniquets to control bleeding. If you complete this training and Stop the Bleed Module 2 you can earn your Stop the Bleed certification. Enroll soon via HRIS as space is limited! Class size set at 10.

For questions or additional information contact K-State Emergency Management at kstateem@ksu.edu

April 19, 2018 - How to Survive a Weather Emergency - Chad Omit, Topeka, KS Division of the National Weather Service

Summary: Do you know how to respond to a weather related emergency? This presentation prepares the audience to better handle and reduce the risk of Kansas weather related emergencies to include tornados, driving in ice and snow, lightning and floods.

For questions or additional information contact Community Outreach Officer Randy Myles of the K-State Police Department at rlmyles@ksu.edu.

April 20, 2018 - Stop the Bleed Module 1 - Officer Dustin Parker of the K-State Police Department

Summary:  Did you know that a person can die from blood loss within five minutes? No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene and best positioned to provide first care. Stop the Bleed training teaches you a variety of bleeding control techniques.

This safety talk will teach you the fundamentals of using compression and tourniquets to control bleeding. If you complete this training and Stop the Bleed Module 2 you can earn your Stop the Bleed certification. Enroll soon via HRIS as space is limited! Class size set at 10.

For questions or additional information contact K-State Emergency Management at kstateem@ksu.edu

April 26, 2018 - Stop the Bleed Module 2 - Officer Dustin Parker of the K-State Police Department

Summary:  Did you know that a person can die from blood loss within five minutes? No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene and best positioned to provide first care. Stop the Bleed training teaches you a variety of bleeding control techniques.

This safety talk will teach you the fundamentals of using compression and tourniquets to control bleeding. If you complete this training and Stop the Bleed Module 2 you can earn your Stop the Bleed certification. Enroll soon via HRIS as space is limited! Class size set at 10.

For questions or additional information contact K-State Emergency Management at kstateem@ksu.edu