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Jennie Jarrett is assisted by Officer Derek Walk to make a report about suspicious activity. The Department of public Safety here at Snow College encourages students to say something if they see something suspicious. Photo by Katrina Christensen

Jennie Jarrett is assisted by Officer Derek Walk to make a report about suspicious activity. The Department of public Safety here at Snow College encourages students to say something if they see something suspicious.
Photo by Katrina Christensen

Snow College Public Safety would like to encourage the phrase, “See Something! Say Something!”  This is a way that anyone can make a difference in the community.

With recent and on-going events around the world, everyone is encouraged to speak out when something seems off.  This is encouraged in hopes of making the world a safer place, one step at a time.

“As a law enforcement officer with over 40 years of law enforcement experience, my heroes are the citizens that have taken the time to report suspicious activities or events within our communities,” said Bob Wright.

Whether something is happening in the community, on the Internet, or social networking sites that is alarming in any way, it should be brought up immediately.  Any kind of concern, worry, or even the slightest chance of someone getting hurt, should be reported to the police for further investigation.

Snow College Public Safety stresses that it is the responsibility of the students and other members of the community to help keep Ephraim and Snow College safe.  By following the “See Something! Say Something!” phrase we can each do our part in the community.

For more information about Snow College Public Safety, or to contact campus police, call 435-283-7170.

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