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Penn State Police Offering Virtual Public Safety Programs For Students

Penn State University Park Police and Public Safety will host virtual safety programs for students from Wednesday, August 26 to Friday, August 28, the university announced Tuesday.

Each of the department’s nine virtual sessions will last for 30 minutes and include information about transportation regulations, Pennsylvania public safety laws, and more.

The programs will be held in an open Q&A session for Penn State’s officers to answer students’ questions about public safety.

“We are fully committed to continuing our engagement with our  community during the COVID-19 pandemic,” University Park Deputy Chief Stephanie Delaney said. “The virtual sessions  are  opportunities  for Penn State students to learn about public safety preparedness and ask any public safety questions while helping us stay connected with the community that we serve and the community that we are a part of.” 

Students who intend on joining these sessions can register ahead of time here.

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