Safety escort service

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A safety escort service, security escort service, or simply escort service is a service provided on and around many college and university campuses to help ensure the safety of students and staff.[1][2][3] The escort may be provided by campus police staff or student volunteers and may be provided on foot or by vehicle.[4][5] The IACLEA Accreditation Commission adopted new standards on July 1, 2008 that require all student and civilian volunteers that participate in safety escort services to undergo appropriate documented background checks and participate in a training program.[6]

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  1. ^ "UWM S.A.F.E. (Safety Awareness for Everyone) Walkers". Retrieved 2010-01-05. "S.A.F.E. is an escort service designed to keep students safe on the streets around campus at night." 
  2. ^ "Samford University Safety Escort Service". Retrieved 2010-01-05. "The Department of Public Safety provides a safety escort service for all students to any safe destination on campus during the day or night. The escort service is provided for safety-related reasons only." 
  3. ^ "Yale University Escort Service". Retrieved 2010-01-05. "University Security operates a security escort service on campus for any member of the University community who requires an escort. The escort service will provide you with a walking escort to or from any location within a reasonable walking distance on the campus, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week." 
  4. ^ Laura Hoffman (06/09/2008). "Program offers safe escort". The Exponent: Purdue's Independent Daily Newspaper. Retrieved 2010-01-05. "there are 10 student patrollers who can travel all over campus and to any street adjacent to campus." 
  5. ^ "Irvine Valley College Campus Escort Service". Retrieved 2010-01-05. "A Student Escort will be dispatched by radio to meet you at your location, A Campus Police Officer will be dispatched to provide escort services whenever a Student Escort is not available." 
  6. ^ "Campus Law Enforcement Journal: Accreditation Commission Adopts New Standards" (PDF). International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators. January–February 2008. pp. 9–11. Retrieved 2010-01-05.