Safety and Security
Guildford is one of the safest places in the UK. But this doesn't mean we can be complacent. Crime can still happen in Surrey and it's important to make sure you're always keeping yourself (and your stuff) safe.
Just because we have our own campus doesn't mean that it's only Surrey students making use of it, so propping open your front door could let in more than just the fresh air, and leaving your stuff unattended in the library isn't always the best idea either. Keeping safe at Surrey is always important, and it's when we all work together that we can keep Surrey one of the safest places to study.
Teenagers and young adults spend a lot of time online – it can be a great way for them to socialise, explore and have fun. But users do also face risks like cyberbullying or seeing content that is inappropriate.
Dating is also fun, exciting and can be a good way to get to know more people. But, with more students turning to dating apps and sites to find potential dates, we want to ensure you are staying safe online. The leading dating site
Match have put together some golden rules to help you get the most out of your online dating journey.
Top Tips for Staying Safe
1. Make sure you report all crime, however small it may seem to you
2. Add the campus emergency number to your phone contacts NOW, to save time in emergencies. (01483 683333)
3. Stay with friends when walking back from a night out, or get a taxi.
Campus Emergency Number:
01483 68 3333 (3333 from campus phone)
University Security (Ground Floor, Senate House):
01483 682 002
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