“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Vile and Evil” explores the life of Ted Bundy, one of the nation’s worst serial killers. Bundy raped and murdered several women in Utah.
SLCC is in the process of installing electronic proximity locks to improve security on campus.
SLCC has resources in place to help and protect students, faculty and staff affected by sexual assault.
SLCC has a low crime rate, but students and staff should stay alert in the parking lots.
Learn how SLCC students can improve their odds of recovering a stolen bicycle.
Take a look at what crime occurs most often at SLCC and how you can protect yourself.
Learn more about the new sexual assault training program that helps students protect themselves and their peers.
Theft is the most common crime at Salt Lake Community College campuses. Read through some of the data and learn what you can do to avoid becoming a statistic.
Theft is an unfortunate reality for many student bicyclists. Learn about the free service that can help you if your bike is stolen and other ways to protect your property.
The Utah Highway Patrol provides security services at four SLCC campuses. Learn how to protect yourself at school and who to call if you need assistance.
House Bill 74 changes how consent is perceived in the eyes of the law, especially as it pertains to unconscious victims. Jennifer Garcia explains.
Utah A.G. Sean Reyes and Amber Alert advocate Ed Smart were invited to talk about human trafficking and how students can help stop it.