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TWU to conduct campus wide lockdown drill

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Trinity Western University is committed to maintaining a safe campus environment. As part of this commitment, TWU will conduct a campus wide lockdown drill in co-operation with the Langley Detachment of the RCMP, on March 11, 2015.

Maintaining a safe campus requires regularly exercising TWU’s emergency plan to verify that staff, faculty, and students know what to do in the event of any emergency. The exercise will include a broadcast on the University’s emergency communication system, TWU Alerts, which delivers emergency message to all campus computers, email and personal cell phones. The joint exercise will be used to verify our plans and to make improvements towards our goal to maintain a safe campus environment.

Members of the University’s Campus Situation Assessment Team (CSAT) facilitated a series of lockdown education sessions in Fall 2014 to prepare participants for the upcoming drill. The practice lockdown drills will continue to be conducted on an annual basis.

Trinity Western is committed to ensuring that its campus continues to be a safe place to live, work, and study.

Sign up for TWU Alerts emergency communication system on the security website.

  • Last Updated on March 9th, 2015 at 2:09pm
  • Author: Jennifer Watton
  • Email: media@twu.ca
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