Emory Police Crime Prevention is responsible for carrying out the mission of the Emory Police department in their efforts to anticipate, appraise and recognize crime risks. Crime Prevention is committed to develop programs to reduce the opportunity for crime, minimize the consequences of incidents which occur and address vulnerabilities in our community. Officers in Crime Prevention accomplish this by specializing in using community policing philosophy and problem solving models to assist in reducing incidents of person to person crimes, property, vehicular, burglary and theft. Crime Prevention works to develop relationships with the community to identify vulnerable areas where criminal activity may occur. Members of Crime Prevention are specifically assigned responsibility for developing relationships with the undergraduate division students of the university and developing relationships with the student leadership to provide educational support and programs to provide risk reduction techniques. Crime Prevention can be reached by phone at 404.727.2453 or by email.
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