A message for all students
Be safe and secure on campus
The University of Salford is, like many other Universities, situated in an Inner City Location – whilst Crime is relatively low on this particular Campus, it is important that all students take care to consider their safety and security – both personally and caring for your possessions.
To assist you with this, the University of Salford has a CampusWatch scheme – this is where up to a 100 staff and student volunteers work with the official security Team to keep their “ eyes and ears” open and ensure any problems are reported to Security as quickly as possible.
Part of this scheme is a very useful leaflet referred to as “Safe and Secure at Salford” – this contains information regarding :
General Security Advice:
Crime Prevention Tips
Reducing Mobile Phone Crime – IMMOBILISE
IT Equipment security
Personal Safety – on and off Campus
Available Bus and Train information
Preferred Walking routes from Campus accommodation to other parts of the Campus
Campus Bus Timetable:
The University provides a FREE bus service which calls at all the Accommodation sites, car parks and Campus buildings and a timetable is printed in the “Safe & Secure at Salford” leaflet. You are advised to use this service when travelling around the Campus, especially at night.
We want you to enjoy your time here at Salford University and to feel safe and secure – following the general helpful tips in this leaflet will ensure this.
Also, please come and talk to security services ( either through the Campuswatch scheme – telephone 52458/54572 )– or to the central Security Control Centre at Maxwell building, telephone 54773. Or speak to any of the Security Officers you will see around the Campus or the Coppermount Security Service personnel who operate on your Accommodation sites - Castle Irwell 8848, John Lester and Eddie Colman – 8821 and Bramall/Mathias – 8828.