Safety and parking reminders
Monday, Jan 11, 2010
A message from Seminole State's Safety and Security Department:
Welcome back! As we prepare for the start of another busy semester, it is important to take the following tips and reminders into account:
- Remove visible valuables from your vehicle. Lock all doors and windows when you park and exit your car.
Be aware of your surroundings. Call campus security if you notice any suspicious activity.
In parking lots, be on the lookout for people wandering around and looking into parked cars.
Secure your valuables before you reach your destination; avoid leaving them in the trunk of your vehicle.
Record the serial numbers of all of your electronics (iPods, cameras, GPS navigation systems, laptops, etc.). If possible, have your belongings engraved with your driver's license number.
Avoid leaving bookbags, laptops, purses and other valuables unattended while on campus.
- Park only in designated paved or temporary parking areas.
- You must display the appropriate placard or license plate to park in ADA spaces.
- Vehicles parked in "no parking" areas (fire lanes, yellow curbs, etc.) may be towed at the owner's expense.
We wish you a safe and enjoyable Spring Term. If you need assistance, please contact our security staff at: 407.708.2178 (Sanford/Lake Mary); 407.971.5020 (Oviedo); 407.404.6100 (Altamonte Springs); or 407.708.4410 (Heathrow).
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