Users can access a number of important campus resources on topics that include emergency management, Title IX, travel abroad safety; mental health needs; off-campus housing; gender and sexual violence; crime prevention; protecting your online reputation, and more.
* Access timely and important resources on campus safety and security
* Get breaking news in university and college safety and security; sign up for campus specific news and information
The raw crime statistics displayed through SafeHawk come from data that Seattle University submits to the US Department of Education, and are collected in accordance with the federal law known as the Clery Act. The app's methodology for displaying the information provides depth, dimension and ease of understanding to the data.
See the About Section in the app for more information.
NOTE: Access to the resources in the Resources Desk requires an active Internet connection. The data displayed is the most recent 3 years available from the US Department of Education. See the FAQ in the app for more information.
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This app sponsored by Washington Association of Cities and Washington State Department of Commerce.