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DPS Programming for Fall 2023 Semester
Join the Syracuse University Department of Public Safety (DPS) throughout the Fall 2023 semester for opportunities to learn, interact and engage with our team. For some events, like our DPS Game Nights in the Schine Student Center, Coffee with a Cop in early October and De-stress with DPS at Bird Library during finals week, you can just stop by at your leisure; for other programs, you have to sign up for including:
Community Police Academy (CPA)
DPS is proud to offer a CPA for our students, faculty and staff. The CPA is a free four-week program designed to give eligible community members an idea of what it’s like to protect and serve our campus community.
Each session consists of weekly classes at Lyman Hall (room 020) where participants will discuss DPS programs, policies, and procedures. The comprehensive instruction includes open discussion and scenario-based role-playing. Our third CPA will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the following dates:
- Wednesday, Oct. 4
- Wednesday, Oct. 11
- Wednesday, Oct. 18
- Wednesday, Oct. 25
Due to classroom size, space in this CPA is limited. To learn more and apply, visit the DPS website at dps.syr.edu.
Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) Classes
The Syracuse University Department of Public Safety (DPS) is currently accepting sign-ups for its R.A.D. fall session. R.A.D., which stands for Rape Aggression Defense, is a nationally known self-defense program. This women-only self-defense course is being offered exclusively to Syracuse University students, faculty and staff on the following dates:
- Sunday, Oct. 1
- Sunday, Oct. 8
- Sunday, Oct. 15
- Sunday, Oct. 22
“The R.A.D. self-defense program is a pillar of the various trainings that DPS offers to the campus community,” says Associate Vice President and DPS Chief Craig Stone. “R.A.D. courses are taught by our nationally certified instructors who cultivate a welcoming environment where safety and self-defense measures are at the forefront.”
All sessions will be held in the Skybarn on South Campus from 5 to 8 p.m.; attendance is required for all four sessions. To learn more and register, visit the DPS website at dps.syr.edu or contact Michael Patsos (email@example.com).