Although Liverpool is a relatively safe place to live and study, Merseyside Police have asked that students take extra care on getting home after a night out. The advice comes after men who have been drinking and walking home alone have been targeted.
To help you and your friends stay safe while enjoying a night out, we wanted to remind everyone – regardless of gender – of these seven key safety tips:
The Campus Support Team is on campus 24-hours a day, seven days a week, undertaking a variety of measures to maintain a safe and secure environment.
The Campus Support Services offer a 24/7 chaperone service and will escort you around the University campus to ensure you feel safe while on our site. To request this service, please contact the control room by calling: 0151 794 3252.
If you would like more property or personal safety advice, please contact the control room (0151 794 3252). Campus Support will make arrangements to meet you and provide you with further advice.
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