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<br /> Campus Safety<br /> help stop theft<br /> on campus<br /> Every month, more than 50 percent of the theft that occurs on campus involves the theft of<br /> unattended and unsecured property. That makes theft the number one crime on campus. Although<br /> The University of Tampa is a safe environment, it doesn’t mean that everyone on campus will<br /> remain honest when they see an opportunity to steal.<br /> Simple theft is an opportunity crime that is more often committed by the<br /> common person, not the professional criminal. The vast majority of crimes<br /> on campus can be reduced just by taking a few simple steps.<br /> 1. If you see something suspicious, say something.<br /> 2. Do not allow strangers into residence halls or other locked buildings.<br /> 3. Secure all valuables.<br /> 4. Lock all residence hall and office doors.<br /> 5. Report all thefts immediately to Campus Safety.<br /> Although UT Campus Safety officers patrol the campus 24<a title="SafetyFlyer-Theft-2015 page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/95a8813c?page=1"> Campus Safety help stop theft </a>