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The Office of Safety and Security is a private security organization which patrols campus buildings and grounds by foot and in cars 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Officers do not have deputized or state-commissioned police authority and carry no firearms, but they do make citizen's arrests when appropriate. In addition, they work closely with the Seattle Police Department in the investigation of all crimes reported on campus.
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Faculty and Staff: Women's Self-Defense Class
Who? Female Faculty and Staff
When? April 29, 2014 from 11:45am-12:45pm
Where? Demaray 354
Faculty and Staff RSVP here!

 

SPU Students: Women's Self-Defense Class
Who? SPU Female Students
When? April 30, 2014 from 7-9pm
Where? Weter 202
Students RSVP here!

 

Spring Quarter 2014 Student ORCA Cards - Sold Out

Spring Quarter ORCA cards are sold out. ORCA applications will become available on your Banner account in mid-August for Autumn Quarter 2014.

For information about the local bus system or to find out how to purchase your own personal card, visit http://metro.kingcounty.gov/tops/bus/bus.html.

Parking Applications Online

To access the online parking application, log on to the Banner Information System and select the Personal Menu.  Next, select the Parking and Commuting button. Under this menu, you will be able to file your commute method, register your vehicle and apply for a parking permit. This process must be completed each year and updated as information changes.

2013-2014 Faculty and Staff ORCA Cards Available

The 2013-14 Faculty and Staff ORCA Cards are now available.  The 2012-13 ORCA Cards may be renewed for the 2013-14 year and new cards can be picked up at the Office of Safety and Security.

Alternative Transportation Opportunities

SPU offers various incentives for employees and students to use alternative transportation such as transit, vanpool, and bicycling. Using alternative transportation can help reduce emissions, minimize the number of vehicles traveling to and from campus, and reduce the cost of commuting.

Seminars on Personal Safety Available
Female students as well as faculty and staff can sponsor a seminar on personal safety and crime prevention. The half-hour to two-hour program is presented by Cheryl Michaels, Assistant Director of Safety and Emergency Preparedness. Cheryl Michaels is a nationally certified instructor with Rape Aggression Defense Systems. Email Jenna Fejervary to learn more about scheduling a class.

   

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