发布时间: 08 Jul 2018
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Circle the correct answer.
Sergeant Brown Is going to speak about
C the police.
D Mr Fogcrty.
Sergeant Brown is
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
The most dangerous place around the campus is 4 called MacGowan Fields.
The most dangerous place in town is 5
It is dangerous because of fighting, 6
Circle TWO answers A-E.
Which TWO items should a student always carry?
Circle TWO letters A – E.
Which TWO things does Sergeant Brown recommend a student should do?
You will hear a policeman giving a talk to some students.
[man] … and so I’d like to hand you over now to Sergeant Brown. Thank you.
Thank you, Mr Fogarty. Er, yes, as you know my name is Sergeant Jeff Brown, and as Mr Fogarty has : indicated, I’ll be speaking to you briefly today about security, about how to make your time at this university safer and more comfortable.
I am officially the university liaison officer, which means I have a specific brief to act as a go-between for the university and the police, if there are problems, and also to offer an official presence on or around campus and give individuals advice if they need it.
Now, my job is very important to me. I take security and reducing the threat of crime on this campus very seriously , because although I don’t actually live on the campus, both my daughters attended this university, and my son is still here. So I am a local policeman in every respect. I have been the university liaison officer for the last five years but I have been in the police force for 15 in all.
Now, on to some advice . The first thing I want to stress is that this university is a comparatively safe place to live. We have had no serious crimes here in the five years I've been here. In fact, crime of any sort is very rare on the campus. We have good security here and although there are a lot of staff and students, the security staff , including myself, make an effort to get to know your faces!
However, as students it is of course wise for you to take precautions to protect yourselves against crime when you are off the campus. As I said, the campus itself is really very safe, but there is a large park right behind it, MacGowen Fields, and although this is a beautiful place to sit or walk during the day, at night you must be careful. One or two students have reported unpleasant incidents at night while walking in the park, although it must be said that no major incidents have been reported.
Now, there are no areas in town which I advise students to avoid as a general rule , but the town centre is more hazardous than other areas, especially in the evenings on Friday and Saturday. On these days there is often fighting after people have had too much to drink in the pubs and clubs in the area. There have also been a number of robberies and muggings.
Well, that was my advice to you. Most of it is common sense but remember crime always happens when you least expect it. But there are ways to protect yourself. First of all. the university provides all students with personal alarms. If you are attacked , you can use this to put off your attacker. Secondly, don’t take anything with you that cannot easily be replaced like a passport or things of sentimental value. Leave jewelry and other valuables in your room when you go out. Always make sure you take something which will identify , you, perhaps your student card or your driving license . Thirdly, when you are out late at night, come home in twos. It’s much safer if you’re w ith a friend than on your own. And obviously, don’t have very much money on you. Finally, if you do know you’ll be late back and can’t use public transport , tell someone else when you expect to be home and if there’s a problem, they can raise the alarm. So, that’s about all from me and I wish you a pleasant and safe stay here. Thank you