UTPD Be Safe Campaign

Be Safe Campaign Is Looking For Student And Faculty Artwork

By Stephanie Holmes

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The Be Safe campaign is on its fourth and final phase. For the finishing touches, the UT Police Department is asking students to submit their own art work that represents safety on campus.


Anyone, including faculty and staff, are welcome to submit their original artwork. The type of work submitted can be in any form, including poetry, posters, short films, dance clips and more. Works that meet the criteria will be shared by UTPD and the university in a variety of ways, including social media, banners and the jumbotron in Darrel K. Royal Stadium, said UTPD spokesperson Cindy Posey.


“We want students to get as creative as they possibly can to demonstrate these concepts,” Posey said. “Tell us how you are being safe and what do you do when you are being safe.”


Phase one of the campaign introduced three safety practices- “Walk With Me,” “Be Aware of Your Surroundings” and “Call 911.” The second and third were visuals of these practices around campus and dialogues about safety between students.


There will be no deadline and submissions will be accepted year-round. Guidelines and requirements can be found on the Be Safe website.


To learn more, read the Daily Texan’s article HERE.