Community Education Program Request Form

We offer a wide array of Community Education Programs. Please fill out the form below to make a program request. We will do our best to accommodate the requested location and date for you or your group; however, we will contact you to confirm or make any necessary changes.

Community Education Program of Interest
An overview of the Run Hide Fight model for response to an active attacker.
An overview of the dangers of excessive and underage drinking and relevant Pennsylvania laws.
A review of signs of abuse along with support and resources for victims.
An overview of safety in the workplace, including guidance to deal with hostile individuals or an active attacker, along with theft prevention and other personal safety tips.
An overview of University Police and Public Safety programs and services.
An overview of the different types of commonly used drugs, their effects on the body, and resources available for treatment and support.
With a focus on prevention, this program reviews sexual assault as it relates to Pennsylvania laws, the importance of consent, and resources and support for victims.
Multiple Penn State police officers are nationally certified as Child Passenger Safety Technicians and conduct child safety seat inspections and assist with installations.
An overview of common scams and phishing attempts, which includes tips on how to avoid becoming a victim and resources for victims.
If you are a Penn State employee who works on campus at night, you can request an officer walk through your area while you’re working on campus. This service should not be used for immediate assistance or emergencies, instead call 911. Not available at all campuses; based upon police service availability at your campus.
An overview of resources and tools available to help protect your virtual meetings.
An overview of laws and University policies related to pedestrians, motorists, bikes, scooters, skateboards and more. Includes safety tips and other important information.
This program is intended for international Penn Staters, including those who speak English as a second language. The program provides an overview of safety at Penn State and University Police and Public Safety.
A 75-minute session that introduces key strategies for personal safety, including physical resistance strategies.