Domestic Partner Violence: Understanding and Prevention
The Domestic Partner Violence program was developed by the University Police Department to help students define, identify, and hopefully prevent domestic violence.
The course is designed to familiarize students with the warning signs of an abusive partner and the cycle of abuse through an interactive presentation and discussion. The course will also discuss the importance of abuser accountability and highlight the role of law enforcement, the university, and other resource groups that can provide assistance to the survivor.
Course Length: 1.5 hrs
Drug Awareness Training
The Drug Awareness Program was developed by University Police to educate the public and deter the use of dangerous drugs. The program consists of a Power Point presentation, drug display, and class discussion. This program will also provide information about resources to help fight drug abuse and some current life-saving abilities UPD deploys to fight opioid overdose.
Course length: 1 hour
Safety and Crime Prevention Awareness
This training is meant to inform participants about practices and strategies that may reduce their risk of the loss of personal property and the threats of harm to their personal safety."
Course length: 1 hr. 15 mins.
"Crisis on Campus: Shots Fired."
This video-based class consists of an eight-minute training video written, produced, directed, and starring SUNY New Paltz students. It walks the student through a simulated intrusion event on the SUNY New Paltz Campus involving a weapon and shots fired. The video, followed by a round-table discussion, focuses on important safety tips along with "dos" and "don'ts" when encountering an active shooter event.
Course length: 1 hour
The Drunkbusters program is designed to inform participants about the effects and dangers of alcohol. Participants learn about the laws, rules, and regulations regarding alcohol possession and usage as well as the laws, seriousness, and consequences of driving while intoxicated. Participants also don the “impaired vision” goggles and attempt to “walk the line,” which simulates walking a straight line with impaired vision. Fun, interactive, and informative.
Course length: 1.5 hours