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Freshers Video from Police Scotland Tayside
DUSA Advice - Student Safety
DUSA Night Bus
DUSA provide a FREE night bus that runs 7 days a week from 10pm-close, making sure you make it home safe from your night out. You can also catch the bus from West Park Residences to the Union.
Personal Safety Tips from Suzy Lamplugh Trust
Your Emergency Contacts
Adding an ICE ("In Case of Emergency") contact to your phone can help emergency personnel to locate a friend or family member who can speak on your behalf if you become unconscious or incapacitated.
You can add a contact to the lock screen as well as contacts listPlease also make sure that you have put your 'Next of Kin' details on your student information using your log in to evision, this helps us to contact your designated person if required in emergency situations.
Creating Confidence Safety Guide for International Students
Gender Based Violence - University Webpages
Advice on Student Safety from Police Scotland
Security staff are present on campus 24 hours a day - they can be reached by calling 01382 385850, or call into the Security Centre located at the west side of the Library.
Talk to Frank - Drugs Information and Advice
A Student's Guide to Safety - University of Dundee Safety Services
DUSA Taxi Service
Out of cash but need a lift home? The DUSA taxi scheme can help! Call Tele Taxis on 01382 825 825 and give the driver your student ID number. The taxi will take you home and DUSA will cover the cost, you can pay them back later.
Stay Safe Online - Social Networking
Drinkaware - How to stay safe on nights out
Staying Safe on a Night Out
Staying Safe On Nights Out