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RAD Rape Agression Women's Self Defense Class :

August 4th-August 8th 2014 Monday-Friday           12-1:30pm held in the dance studio on the second floor of the Webster Center. 


Safety and Crime Prevention

The Office of Public Safety relies on  the Babson community’s assistance in order to effectively perform its duties.
The Office of Public Safety presents various crime prevention programs throughout the year. These education and awareness efforts encourage the reporting of all incidents and any suspicious activity to the proper authority.

Report an Issue

  • Public Safety ext. 5555
  • Anonymous Tip Line 781-237-8164

Suspicious Behavior or Circumstances

Be aware of

  • people in buildings or areas who do not appear to be conducting legitimate business
  • people monitoring areas, buildings or entrances
  • abandoned parcels or other items in unusual locations or high traffic areas
  • report to Public Safety immediately

Identity Theft

Crime Prevention Tips

  • Do not give out your social security number (tax purposes, credit, employment) Know how it will be shared
  • Use a cross-cut SHREDDER for all personal documents
  • Know your billing cycles and check regularly
  • Password protect your financial accounts
  • Use Firewall software to protect your computer
  • Beware of phishing for personal information on the phone and the computer
  • Run a credit check annually

Resources/Contact Information:

  • Equifax 1-800-525-6285
  • Experian 1-888-397-3742
  • Transunion 1-800-680-7289
  • Social Security Office: 1-800-269-0271 

Building/Office Security

  • Don’t prop open building or residence hall entrance doors or windows. Correct these situations when you observe them.
  • Account for and secure keys and access cards -- don’t leave them unattended or give to unauthorized persons.
  • Report lost keys and BabsonOne Cards as soon as possible.
  • Secure all areas when not attended.
  • Be aware of unfamiliar persons in or visitors.
  • Be Prepared: Take time out to familiarize yourself with building evacuation plans/routes.
  • Report suspicious tampering with physical security (doors, locks etc.) Talk with co-workers; know what is out-of-place (unclaimed items etc.)

Wellesley Police Department Sex Offender Information

Needham Police Department Sex Offender Information


Safety and Crime Prevention
Anonymous Tip Line