Education is the primary focus of every university or college. As an integral part of this community, the University Police Department offers education as well.
There are numerous classes and training topics to choose from, including crime prevention, personal safety and risk reduction. Most classes and training sessions can be individualized for specific departments or groups. Some classes are offered to general audiences at the university on a regular basis, while others can be designed based upon suggestions for new materials. Sometimes, the education is simply in the form of an answered question.
For more information, contact the Community Resource Officer .
Rape Aggression Defense is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women 11 years of age and up. It is a comprehensive, women-only course. Three to four classes are offered each year. There are no more classes scheduled for 2013. Please check back for 2014 dates.
The University Police Department offers Resisting Aggression with Defense, Basic Self Defense for Men, teaching men how to defend themselves and how to avoid confrontation. There are no classes for the remainder of 2013. Please check back for 2014 classes.
The Management of Aggressive Behavior program presents principles, techniques and skills for recognizing, reducing and managing violent and aggressive behavior.
Learn about various emergency preparedness training opportunities in the metro Denver area.
View safety videos from the comfort of your desk.
Have a specific training in mind? Use this online request form.