Active Shooter Class

This course covers what actions you should take in the event of an active shooter and how to recognize a suspicious activity.  

Women’s Basic Self Defense Class

Florida Poly’s University Police Department offers a women’s self-defense program called S.A.F.E. This free two-hour educational awareness, crime victim prevention program provides teenage and adult women with information that may reduce their risk of exposure to violence and introduces them to the physical aspects of self-defense. For more information go to nsdi.org/safe. For times and location or to participate, please contact University Police at (863) 874-8472 or email police@flpoly.org.

Crime Prevention Class

This class teaches students, faculty and staff how to keep their property safe. Topics include reporting a crime, safety tips, protecting your campus and how to be a good witness.

The class also covers crime and statistics and how to become more involved with University programs like operation ID and “See something, say something.” There will also be a Q&A session.

Anonymous Witness

This program teaches students, faculty and staff how to make anonymous reports by calling or using the anonymous witness form. Please keep in mind this program is intended to assist the Florida Polytechnic University Police Department, and is not intended for crimes in progress or for emergencies.

In those instances, please call 911 for an emergency or 863.874.8472.

Operation Identification

This page is used to register valuables like your computer, TV and game system. For questions, please contact Florida Polytechnic University Police Department at 863.874.8472 or click here to fill out our online form.

Conversations with Cops: Building Relationships, One Conversation at a Time.

Conversations with Cops brings police officers and our University community together to discuss issues and learn more about each other in a casual atmosphere.

Educational Safety Awareness

This is a weekly mobile display setup to provide informational material and pamphlets or Q&A sessions for all our students, faculty and staff members.

See Something/Say Something

Across the nation, we’re all part of communities. In cities, on farms, and in the suburbs, we share everyday moments with our neighbors, colleagues, family, and friends. It’s easy to take for granted the routine moments in our everyday—going to work or school, the grocery store or the gas station. But your every day is different than your neighbor’s—filled with the moments that make it uniquely yours. So if you see something you know shouldn’t be there—or someone’s behavior that doesn’t seem quite right—say something. Because only you know what’s supposed to be in your everyday. Informed, alert communities play a critical role in keeping our nation safe. “If You See Something, Say Something™” engages the public in protecting our homeland through awareness–building, partnerships, and other outreach.

https://www.dhs.gov/see-something-say-something

Orientation and International Student Orientation (State and County Laws)

International Student Orientation will be held before the start of the spring and fall semesters at each campus. International Student Orientation is mandatory for all international students and will address and cover some of the following topics:

  • Why there is a police presence on campus in lieu of security?
  • Florida criminal, civil and traffic laws
  • Police programs offered

University Emergency address systems, phone, lighting detection, outdoor siren, Blue Light Phones and My Poly Alert