Clemson University Public Safety officials warn that you should be aware of the dangers from heavy rain and strong winds today and tomorrow.
Sent: October 3, 2015, 10:30 AM
Clemson University is committed to providing a safe campus environment. Use this site to learn what to do in an emergency, how to avoid becoming the victim of a crime and how to sign up for CU Safe Alerts.
In the wake of another tragic shooting on a college campus, the Clemson University Police Department offers this safety information about what to do if there is an active shooter nearby.
There are three lifesaving actions you can take, depending on the situation: RUN, HIDE, FIGHT.
While those may not be your only choices, they are considered the best options by safety experts:
The Department of Homeland Security produced a video with more information. You can see it here.
In case of emergency or to report suspicious activity, don’t hesitate to call 911 or 864-656-2222. IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
To receive CU Safe Alert text messages on your mobile device, follow these instructions.
Robert Lee Robbins is currently on trespass notice. He is not allowed on any Clemson University property.
Robbins has made an indirect threat toward the Clemson community.
If you see him on campus, please contact the Clemson University Police Department at 911 or 864‐656‐2222.
Robert Lee Robbins
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