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Safety Tip of the Week: BICYCLE SAFETY

– Wear a helmet. More than 70 percent of bicycle-related fatalities are the result of head injuries.

– At night, always wear light-colored clothing and make use of lights and reflectors to increase visibility. More than half of adult bicycle fatalities occur during twilight or nighttime hours.

– Ride with traffic. Don’t ride against the flow of traffic.

– Park in well-lit and well-traveled areas, use bike racks on campus.

– Protect your bike. Keep it properly locked when unattended. Public Safety is now distributing free U type bike locks.

If you are a victim of a crime, call the Department of Public Safety at 305-284-6666 or if calling from a campus phone dial 8-6666.

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22

4:41 a.m. 1231 Dickinson Dr. Simple Stalking

11:15 a.m. 1231 Dickinson Dr. Theft to Vehicle

11:00 p.m. 561 Pavia St. Stolen Vehicle

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23

6:15 a.m.1800 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Theft to

Vehicle

11:30 p.m. 1101 Stanford Dr. Theft

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25

5:30 p.m. 1221 Walsh Ave. Theft

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26

10:30 a.m. 1300 Memorial Dr. Theft

10:47 a.m. 5865 Ponce de Leon Blvd Simple Assault Threat

September 30, 2005

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