USM does offer safe and peaceful surroundings, but it is also our responsibility to follow some of the common tips to stay safe – no matter you are living on or off campus. USM constantly works closely with local police force to provide a better and a safe tier environment to the students.
Advice for staying safe on campus:
- Avoid walking or cycling alone in isolated areas or along isolated and unlit or poorly lit footpaths.
- Arrange to walk with others at night and keep to well-lit streets or the main road.
- Avoid using mobile phones when walking alone or when in large crowds.
- Always lock your room when you leave and don’t let strangers get into your buildings.
- Use the bank machine in daylight hours if possible, don’t use them is anyone suspicious is hanging around.
- When carrying a bag, keep the opening in sight or against your body.
- Don’t keep the keys in your bag, and don’t carry large sums of money around – carry only what you need.
LOST YOUR BELONGINGS
- If you lost your belongings within the USM main campus, you need to make a report to the Security Department (Jabatan Keselamatan) and if necessary they will bring you to file a report in the nearby police station.
- If any accidents or stealing case happened within USM, please do contact the Security Department (Jabatan Keselamatan), they are very kind of helping.
- Be vigilant and report anything suspicious to the Security Department (Jabatan Keselamatan) or you can call to the police on 999.
Save these numbers into your mobile phone, or make a note of them, so they’re on-hand if and when you need them.
|24 Hours Emergency Hotline||(+604) 653 4999|
(Jabatan Keselamatan) Counter
|(+604) 653 4333 / 4334|
|Direct Line||(+604) 657 3970|
(Interruption of electricity, water, fire & health problems after office hour)
|(+604) 653 3423|
|Gelugor Police Station||(+604) 657 0222 /
(+604) 269 1999