o Lock and barricade the door o Turn off the lights in the room and remain calm

O lock and barricade the door o turn off the lights

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o Lock and barricade the door. o Turn off the lights in the room and remain calm and quiet. FIGHT - As a last resort, and only when your life is in imminent danger, attempt to disrupt and/or incapacitate the shooter. You should… o Act as aggressively as possible against armed intruder. Yell and scream. o Improvise weapons or throw items at the armed intruder o Commit to your actions . . . your life depends on it. At Aurora University, everyone is responsible for creating a safe environment, so it is important for students to report suspicious or threatening objects, people, or conditions to Campus Public Safety. In Aurora campus emergency situations call 630-844-5450 or 911 or x555 (if calling from on campus); in non-emergency situations call 630-844-6140 or x6140 (if calling from on campus). In GWC campus emergency situations call 262-749-8320. In Woodstock campus emergency situations call 815-338-2131. In the event of campus classes or offices being closed due to inclement weather, or an emergency situation affecting the campus, AU has an emergency alert notification system that will send important messages through text, email, and the university’s social media channels. All current students are automatically enrolled to receive both text and email messages. Please make sure to keep your phone number and contact information updated in WebAdvisor, as well as allow your phone to receive short code messages. If you do not have text messaging enabled on your cellular phone, you can check the AU website homepage and social media channels to see if there is an emergency announcement. SEXUAL MISCONDUCT POLICY Aurora University does not tolerate sexual misconduct against students, staff, faculty, or visitors, in any form, including but not limited to: sex discrimination, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. The University also provides assistance for community members reporting sexual misconduct. For additional information, including detailed definitions,
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